Dice

Developer: Frank Meyer

Current Version: 1.3

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 10.2 MB - Download

Description:

Realistic-looking dice in 3D!
With this app you will always have the right dice at your fingertips for the next game night!

The special thing about this dice app is, that the dice fall realistically and in real time, thanks to the physics engine.

To roll the dice, you can simply click the red button. You Alternatively can activate the "Bouncemode".
In the Bouncemode the dice will jump around. Only when the red button is clicked, the dice fall to the ground. A further click on the button brings the dice to jump, again.

You can decide, how many dice to play at the same time! Up to eight dice can be played simultaneously.

- 1 to 8 dice (enough for each board game!)

- Convincing realtime 3D graphics and animation

- The dice fall or roll realistically thanks to the complex physics engine

- Sounds like real dice

- Also available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad (in a separate app)

- The sum of the dice are calculated and displayed automatically


To use:
Click the red button to roll the dice. Alternatively, you can activate the "Bouncemode".
In the Bouncemodus the dice will jump around. Only when the red button is clicked again, the dice fall to the ground. A further click on the button brings the dice to jump, again.

Drag the mouse while holding the left mousebutton to the change the perspective.

The number of dice being played at the same time can be changed by clicking on the (+) and (-) buttons.

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 1.2
Review by redmoskito2

Did what I needed - I needed to give a lecture on probability but I forgot my dice at home. This app saved my butt and made for a nice presentation. It crashed once when I left it running for several hours, and occasionally a die will land on-edge and I'll have to re-roll (but this only happened to me once in over 100 rolls). But all in all, it worked very nicely, and worth the $0.99!

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