I know it’s a primitive dice game, but I’ve always loved Yahtzee. I think it’s because it’s basically like playing poker, but with dice. And what better thing to combine with my compulsive gambling habit but a drunk-ass, foul-mouthed, beer-swilling bending robot?
They say a good man is hard to find. You know what’s even harder to find? A good dungeon master. If you and your merry band of PCs are lucky enough to have one, why not show your gratitude by giving your DM a D20 lollipop?
When I see the DiceForChange, I’m somehow reminded of this movie our teacher made us watch back in high school. It was called Pay It Forward and starred Haley Joel Osment, who was a cute kid then and is still a baby-faced twenty-something now.
We knew that Battlefield 3 was pretty impressive while we were waiting for it to arrive, but now we have some numbers regarding the first week’s sales. The latest game in the franchise hit retailers last week, and has moved 5 million units in one week’s time.
The more I see, the more I can’t wait for this game. Battlefield 3 Multiplayer looks frakkin’ amazing and crazy. The game is still a week away from the official release, so EA and DICE thought it would be a good time to give us another look and get us drooling while we wait.
Etsy sellers Stefan, Barak, Doug and Erin – collectively known as Mechanical Oddities – have the perfect dice for fans of steampunk tabletop games. Or steampunk. Or games. Or gambling. The point is they make beautiful six-sided dice with a steampunk design.
It seems like game makers are making some very questionable decisions with their games lately. First there was the whole Diablo III thing that left us scratching our heads, and now we have some disappointing news about Battlefield 3.
Roll 3d6 to save? How about you and the Dungeon Master go head-to-head, best of five with the ol’ Rock Paper Scissors? It’s also good for settling petty disputes among friends. Who gets to ride shotgun?
Hacker, modder, and all-around madman KipKay is at it again. The guy who brought us the crazy Mr. Microphone spy hack has managed to figure out an easy way to make dice that roll the same number every single time you roll them.
The incredibly simple trick involves putting the dice in your oven, and melting them just enough so they get a tiny bit heavier on the bottom.