Dice Roller

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About this app

Notable features:
- Dice types: D4, D8 with numbers 1-4, D6 with dots, D6 with numbers, D8, D10 (hundreds), D10 (ones), D12, D20, and D30.
- Dice colours: white, black, red, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple, white marble, black marble, cyan glow, lava, neon, copper, red "celtic knot", Fudge, Settlers, black and bronze, and black and aluminium dice.
- Rolling surfaces: felt, wood, ice, marble, and carpet, each with their own physics and sounds.
- Optionally use the motion sensor on your device to roll the dice.
- Easily create and use presets so that rolling is fast and easy.
- Use preset groups to organise your tabletop gaming experience.
- Resize the dice from 50% to 200% of default size - great for rolling many dice.
- Many configuration options, from light intensity to physics options.
- Realistic dice rolling sounds.

Revision history (from 2.3 onwards):

Release 3.8:
- Added a history of previous rolls.
- Slight tweaks to dice shadows to make them look a bit better.

Release 3.7:
- Removed Unity's analytics and ad packages.
- Added privacy policy.

Release 3.6:
- Fixed red and blue percentile dice totals again again. Unity seems to be breaking those dice, so i've completely deleted and recreated them. Hopefully this fix sticks. Apologies to all.
- Added a button on the preset editor to let people who are unable to enter negative modifiers make the modifier negative.

Release 3.5:
- Reduced the size of the app a little bit
- Fixed totalling of the red tens D10 and blue ones D10 (thanks for the email, Scott)

Release 3.4:
- Fixed negative numbers in preset modifiers. Again. (thanks for the email, Jason)

Release 3.3:
- Added quick usage instructions if the tour is skipped

Release 3.2:
(Apologies for the frequent updates; people keep finding bugs from 3.0)
- Fixed a couple more dice that were totalling incorrectly (thanks for the email, Anderson)
- Made the two buttons at the top of the screen a little less obtrusive

Release 3.1:
- Fixed a few D6s that were causing incorrect totals (thanks for the report, Stano) in a few different dice sets
- Added an option to turn off the total display
- Added Black and Bronze dice set
- Added Black and Aluminium dice set

Release 3.0:
- Significant rework of the user interface to better support large screens
- Redid the preset interface to make it easier to use
- Added D6s with numbers on them to all relevant dice sets
- Added D30s to all relevant dice sets
- Added preset groups
- Added a tour of the app for new users
- Updated to Unity 2018.3
- Tweaked some audio and physics settings
- Adjusted the "Purple Metallic" dice to actually appear metallic
- Redid the "Black Marble" and "White Marble" dice to look more like actual marble

Release 2.8:
- Updated the about screen.

Release 2.7:
- Added configuration option to mute audio
- Added ability to set the dice size (from 50% to 200% of normal size)
- Added a series of new ways to roll the dice
- Added a way to exit the app

Release 2.6:
- Fixed preset modifier field to allow negative numbers

Release 2.5:
- Disable debugging setting accidentally left on for release 2.4.

Release 2.4:
- Upgraded to Unity 2018
- Fixed the "ones" D10 to give a value of ten when rolled outside of a percentile roll
- Lowered glowiness of the "cyan glow" D6
- Set the "clear dice before rolling" preference to on by default for new installs

Release 2.3:
- Added sound (thanks Justin)
- Tweaked the glowiness of the cyan glow dice
Updated on
Jul 28, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

711 reviews
Tärri McIntosh
September 15, 2023
It's a great app. the rolls are actually random. no severe losing or winning streaks. shame It's made with Unity and will probably soon have a $0.15 charge per use, at which I'll have to uninstall. while it's still free I'll still use it for all my dice needs. It really is a beautiful dice roller. many variations of dice, modifiers, even glow in the dark dice, can set up for different games and rolls with user defined presets. Just gorgeous.
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A Google user
December 30, 2019
Please add a history button. Otherwise, this is the best dice app out there. Very pretty, lots of customization with the looks and physics. But, it also has the BEST system I've seen for presets. Honestly, I felt like you had to either have good custom rolling features or good looks until I found this. It has both. It only needs a history!
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Jeff Isaak
January 29, 2020
Thanks for the review, and I'm glad you like the presets system. It's taken a while, but the hard work is paying off. :) Check out today's update that includes a roll history.
Frank Snyder
December 15, 2022
I absolutely love this app. Was going to give 4 stars, then realized what a mistake that would have been. Don't change a thing...other than add a bit more customization. Like a color palette for the surfaces, and/or a few more dice sets (sparkle, marble, pearlescent, translucent, smoky, etc. I used to work in a gaming shop. 😊
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What's new

Rolled back to 3.8 due to some significant dice totalling problems (thanks for the email, Elephant Wig (yes, Elephant Wig))