Dice 3D

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.1
6.99K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

With the free 3D Dice app by Armoured Door Studio, you can easily roll dice whenever you forgot real ones.

Excellent app for all types of board games while using hyper realistic physics. The app supports even the oldest devices.

Throw dice by shaking your phone or by swiping with your fingers in a direction.

* Unlimited dice can be rolled
* You can also lock dice and throw the rest
* Customize the colors of the dice and the playing board
* Supports dice with 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 20 sides
Updated on
Jan 13, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

4.1
6.75K reviews
A Google user
November 5, 2019
It has potential. Graphics are awesome for what it is. Love the sounds. Only a few issues, but could be best app: 1. Ads. I would willingly pay to remove ads. But there is no option. Kids press ads everytime they go to roll. 2. Virtual buttons. The back, home, and switch apps button doesn't have a choice to be hidden. Keep hitting home button. 3. Dice goes away sometimes. Sometimes when rolling the dice, they will go away and I can't get them back. 4. Settings menu a little janky looking.
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FoeHammer865
December 16, 2020
Love this app. Don't like that the dice now(after update) stop rolling and fall straight down and settle. The old physics seemed more realistic. They bounced and rolled right up until they were flat on the board. They roll really quickly and natural and then they just freeze in mid-air and fall straight down. That's new with the update. Like the additions, but not that. EDIT: the falling flat down is gone, but now they don't have as much action with sides or each other year ago version better
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Alan De Smet
March 6, 2023
Moving the dice manually requires holding the die to activate, drag to new position, then another touch to put the die; it's functional, but slow if you're playing a game where you manually manage dice. Pinning dice (so they don't reroll) is similar: touch die, hold, touch to pin, touch to put down. It works, but it's clumsy. Definitely a poor fit for solitaire dice games. Add in intrusive ads (you can pay to remove), and I can't recommend this.
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Armoured Door Studio
March 5, 2023
Hello Alan You can change the eye and stone color of each individual die by long tapping on a die. A menu will appear to customize it. You can also move the stone to where you want it and even lock dice there and then reroll the rest

What's new

Fixed an advertisment being shown potentially too late