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"A great dice game... well worth picking up." - App Advice<br>"A quick-fire game with a lot to offer" - Pocket Gamer<br>"Really enjoyable... definitely one you want to check out!" - Board Game Geek<br><br>Roll For It! is fun, it’s easy, and it’s fast! The rules are simple: roll your dice, match a card, and score some points!<br><br>REAL - The prettiest, most realistic digital dice ever. Shake your device to roll 'em!<br>FAST - It only takes a minute to learn, and one hand to play!<br>FRIENDLY - Roll with friends around one device or online, or roll solo against crafty AI!<br>MORE - Cards and shiny dice available in the store! <br><br>Roll for It! is the digital version of the fun family game published by Calliope Games!
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I love the game, its a fun way to pass the time and I look forward to playing with friends via the cloud. The reason I'm not giving 5 stars is that I find it difficult to navigate. It took me awhile to figure out how to play with an AI (tap twice in the color die) because the tiny icon for the robot is hard to tell apart from the person icon. Also, I can't figure out how to go between games. When I'm playing against a real person on the cloud and am done taking my turn I would like to go back to the main menu to play an AI while I wait. My workaround is to close the app and reopen it. There is no rule book that I can find other than the tutorial. I know it's a simple game but it would be helpful to have instructions available for these logistical things.
The game is fun and easy to learn. Navigation controls aren’t very intuitive despite their simplicity. Several times I ruined a game as I didn’t know what a button did. I dropped two stars because the phone version requires you to shake your phone to roll the dice. Wow! What an annoying feature. What about just letting me touch the screen. I found this requirement so annoying and awkward that I deleted the game. I just won’t play it. I’m sitting in a waiting room and it looks and feels stupid that I’m shaking my phone every twenty seconds. Good thing their iPad version allows you to just tap the screen. So, that is where I will play this game. Not this version. Would be five stars because f they just removed this.
The computer inexplicably pulls off near magical moves while the player has a hard time making easy points. Also if the player starts a card, the computer will eventually start and complete that card nearly every time. I truly believe the developer believes this to be a fair game; it is not. No amount of math supports that position. I played the game about a month before deciding to write a review. After more 3 player games (one human and two bots) than I care to count, I have won possibly three times. If you get close to winning the computer will come from no where and win almost every single time.
This is a fun game with great graphics and smooth animations. Unfortunately I think more emphasis was put in the graphics than the entropy necessary to truly randomize the dice rolls. As many others have mentioned, you ca man commit to a 6-dice card and spend the rest of the game trying to roll the necessary dice, and the AI will suddenly swipe the card from you in 1-2 rolls. That’s not to say that can’t happen if playing this came with physical dice and cards. But not likely with the frequency it happens in this game. If the developers would just replace what they have with some better randomization of the dice, this would be a fantastic game.
I really enjoy this game. It’s well made and fun to play BUT! I had a card with 6 3s I was trying to win. I very quickly got 5 of the 6 while the AI only had 2. I rolled at least 15 times and never came up with a 3. The AI was able to win other cards and STILL roll enough 3s to beat me. Can I tell you how frustrating that is. It kind of feels like the game is rigged. For that reason, I prefer the cards with a variety of dice on it to win the challenge but it seems that a majority of the deck are cards with a single number on it. I know the challenge is to get 6 of one number but that’s not always fun.
Developed by Thunderbox Entertainment Ltd..
Roll For It! is ranking in Games & Board & Card & Education
Last update was at Oct 18, 2018and the current version is 1.4.
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Roll For It! have a 350a user reviews.
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