This program allows you to roll dice, play minigames, and perform various other activities with dice. It has over 60 different dice (both conventional and inflexible) and a customizable dice-roll button that will eventually make up a large portion of your gameplay.
~Rolling an XdY type of Dice System:
In order to set up an XdY type dice system, you need to change the initial settings in the Setting Manager. To do this, click a [>] button on the left side, and then click the Initialize XdY button.
There are many options you can change if you want to, such as, number of dice to be rolled, number of sides for each dice, total number of moves, etc.
If you need a more user-friendly interface for changing the settings, you can click a [>] button for the Initialize XdY button. This will then present you with special-handler choices like “Dice Settings” which you can use to change the initial settings for the dice system. Note that this is not the same as the normal dice-roll button.
Another option is to use the “Dice Settings” which you find when you click a [>] button for the Initialize XdY button. This allows you to change the initial settings for the dice. There are also many other options for initializing the dice. See the Initialize XdY section for more details.
~Rolling dice in general:
To roll any dice set in XdY style, click a [>] button on the left side. If an XdY style has already been selected, the button will only have a checkmark beside it. If no dice-style has been selected, the button will say “.” Clicking on this button will make a gray bar appears where you can begin to roll dice. As you begin to roll dice, small yellow labels will appear beside each die, showing you which side you’ve rolled. To change the dice-roll rules, you can click a [>] button on the left side of the gray bar to have the [XdY] list appear. Here you can select from among all the available dice and styles. When you have selected all of the dice you wish to use, click a [> button on the gray bar to submit the dice rolls.
When you roll a conventional die, click a [>] button on the left side to view the results, or
This widget works much like a JRoll Widget, but has all the variations of rolling dice from the LessThanDice Widget and the GreatThanDice Widget. In addition, it provides a rolling options panel in a more intuitive manner. It offers the most comprehensive and extensible XdY compatibility yet.
Web browser version
Culling of invalid roll tables
Custom roll (user defined)
Special handler dice (normal, odds, evens)
Roll buttons (standard, custom, custom odds, custom evens)
Easily customizable roll window interface
Options including all options of the GreatThanDice Widget
Tabs to choose between different dice types
Interface option to change type and color of all buttons
The best way to use this widget is to create your own “roll panels” inside it. Custom roll buttons can be created in HTML and then added to the widget so that they are part of the widget script and will keep the options set in the options window.
The feature list might be a little short since it needs some testing, we currently started with only 1% of the features compared to the XdY Widget, which is all the features that are directly related to the dice rolling itself. The rest will be added when the time comes.
Documentation will be generated when this is done. I am starting with a quick overview and some descriptions of the different options.
Please report any bugs, information or special requests to:
THdice Activation Code@thousandfive.com
More Than a Basic Text Widget
After developing xDice for a while, I was not satisfied with it yet being a basic text-only form. So I
THdice helps you to control the roll of dice for a multitude of dice systems, including the new “diF” dice rolling system.
How to Play Dice
Dice are used to represent uncertainty and unpredictability. In that
sense, they are different from numbers.
In the field of gaming there is a technical term for the number of the dice which are set against a player. When you set a bet to a certain amount, the dices which you have set against the player are
called “the tools” of the player, so the number of dices is the number of tools of the player. In THdice, you will be able to set the number of tools.
– Click the button next to the number of tools on the side of the dice pad:
– The dice pad is displayed.
– Clink once on a dice.
– The dices show.
Roll Dice (which are the tools)
– Click a dice.
– The dice show.
If all tools are rolled, the set bet is lost. If a tool is a better than the set bet, a win is declared. If a tool is lower than the set bet, a loss is declared.
THdice is a widget which will let you roll dice and that has a broad option list and support for several dice systems beyond “XdY” style rolling.
In order to set a dice rolling scheme in THdice, click a [>] button on the left side. Select from the list on the Change Dice Settings window.
When using XdY style rolling in THdice, the right-hand button will be available. The default label is “.” Clicking on this button will present you with special-handler choices.Rain Down Like Diamonds is the third album by the American deathcore band Whitechapel. It was released on August 18, 2014 through The End Records. The album is the first Whitechapel release on The End. The album is also their first release since leaving Roadrunner Records in March 2013.
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OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (64-bit versions are recommended)
Processor: 1.4 GHz Dual Core CPU
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 GB of dedicated VRAM
Hard Drive: 50 GB available space
Additional Notes: 2 GB of VRAM is required.
Processor: 2 GHz Quad Core CPU
Memory: 4 GB RAM