This set of role-playing dice is fast, not fancy. There are no beautifully rendered translucent 3D dice tumbling to carefully calculated physics here. The user interface is geared towards rapid rolling.
So, if you just surprised the brave party of adventurers with an army of thirty bandits who all need to attack, then this is the app for you. If the party wizard unleashes a spell that does 15d6 damage on your hapless ambush, then this is the app for him too.
- Minor tweaks to support the new iPhones
Ratings and Reviews
Awesome, once I figured it out.
EDIT: It can roll the entire folder. It’s not exactly what I had in mind, but it achieves the desired effect. Changing my rating to 5 stars, as this cleans up the issue.
Extra Edit: When looking at the folders, the d20 logo next to the folder name rolls the whole folder. This would be a great thing to show in the sample folder tutorial.
This app is very useful. Works as intended. Highlighting critical hit rolls is a huge plus. The improvement that would get 5 stars from me is to be able to run multiple totals on a single dice set. Example: The equation would be 1d20+15, 1d4+12, 6d8. This would display as 25, 13, 31. Doing this would allow for attack and damage roll to happen in one click. My lists are cluttered because I have 4 attacks with separate bonuses, plus the damage for those 4 attacks, plus sneak attack for those. Have it all on one click could make combat much faster.
You can roll a whole folder of dice rolls with one click using the roll all button to the left of a Dice Set cell.
You're actually not the first to not realise it's a button. I have to do something about that.
Great level of customizable data, but paid options might not be worth it.
So far I really prefer this app to any other character creator/dice apps. Getting everything set the way I want it is a bit tedious, but should prove very useful once done. My one complaint is with the premium features. I bought the full version so I could use the “link modifiers” function which works for toggling the modifiers on and off, but doesn’t link their modifier numbers like I thought it would, so if I need to increase the mod value I have to go hunt it down everywhere I applied it. This doesn’t make the function as useful as I’d like, and besides the advantage/disadvantage functions, I don’t know if it was worth the trouble to pay for premium.
Finally a dice roller with "any" sided dice.
I am playing a game system that requires some odd sided dice like d5, d7, & d9. Weird I know but those are the rules this dice roller can handle that since it uses a Calculator like interface instead of little dice digitally rolling across your screen. It's not quite as pretty as some of the other dice roller apps, but it can do way way more. With the paid upgrade (very reasonably priced by the way) you can set up stats and rolls for your character or even all the characters at the table if your a game master. An excellent program players and game masters like and definitely worth the $1.99 paid upgrade
- Toby Coulstock
- 32.2 MB
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2010-2018 Toby Coulstock
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock All Features $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.