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Thread: Pic and games
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Roman Black wrote:
> Nuri ERGINER wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> > Can anybody give me same ideas for a pic game.
> > Any information is welcome.
> > No quite a game, but how about a variable dice for "those" people who play
> dungeons and dragons? I have seen them with 6 sided, 3 sided, 4 sided, 16
> sided, 24 sided dice!

<nitpick>
You forgot 8, 10, 12, and 20 sided.  Also I'm not too familiar with 16 or 24
sided dice, and I've been playing D&D (among may others) for about 20 years.
</nitpick>

But that's okay - most who aren't gamers wouldn't even realize that there's
so many different types of dice used. ::grin:: And for even more fun there's
the oddball dice like the 7 sided (yes, I'm serious!), the 30 sided, and the
100 sided (looks a lot like a golf ball - pain in the ass to roll cause it
takes damn near forever to stop rolling).

> Pretty amazing, but messy rolling them all over the table.
> > Maybe one button for each standard dice "size", press the button and get a
> number. I bet you could even sell them to the D&D crowd via the internet.

I've been thinking on and off about doing something like this for quite some
time - it'd sure be a hell of a a lot easier than carrying around a bulging
bag of dice.

Hhmmm ... off to the piclist.com site I go to look for random number
generator code ...
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                     | everything is of great understanding,
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