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A clever and colorful way of gambling with nothing on the line.
What's NewiOS 8.0 and iPhone 6/6+ compatibility fixes!
App DescriptionEnjoy three great dice game classics: Farkle, Yatzy, and Poker Dice. All in a highly colorful sidewalk-chalk art style and 2d dice physics. Takes advantage of the larger iPhone 5 screen if you have one.
Dice clack and bounce. Audiences cheer and groan. The game is very addictive and engaging. A great fit for that pick-up and go phone game experience.
While gameplay is smooth and fun, we took care during design to find that good balance between assisting the player and providing too much help. You will feel that you are actually playing a dice game and not being prompted to select 'good' rolls, while being saved the inconvenience of maintaining game totals and scores.
in all three game variations, you can play against another person (two player), or against one of three computer opponents.
Lots of statistics are included, as well as several game customizations. Find out which computer opponent beats you the most, or how many times you have rolled a yatzy.
Game Center leaderboards and achievements are included.
Several customization options are available. You can even pick from dozens of dice.
• Farkle •
One of the most beloved games for hundreds of years in a well executed iPhone app. Be the first to score 10,000. A tutorial and scorecard are included and easily accessible during play.
Farkle features just enough mental exercise and fun to keep you addictive and wanting to play again.
Both adults and children will enjoy the engaging experience, and the time of play (2-5 minutes) is perfect for having a mobile game while you wait in line.
• Yatzy •
A classic. Finish filling in your scorecard with the highest score. It also includes a tutorial and scorecard within the app to help teach new players.
Our computer players are quite good at it. Can you beat them?
• Poker Dice •
A simple and addictive dice game based loosely on card hands. Poker dice has proven quite popular with the game testers!
A tutorial and scorecard are available for quick reference within the game.
November 22, 2014 New version 1.1.1
December 11, 2012 New version 1.1.0
November 22, 2012 New version 1.0.1
November 03, 2012 Initial Release