Dungeon Dice

It flows like a river under a dungeon.

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Dungeon Dice flow chart

As proof that I really am continuing to work on Dungeon Dice, I present an image of the flow chart I put together for the Human turn in the game. Preliminary code tests are pretty much finished, so now it's a matter of taking this chart and coding accordingly.

Let's Roll!

Alex

Digging in.

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Dungeon Dice

Dungeon Dice arrived in the mail today and I've already begun scanning in the assets. Excited to get started on this one.

Let's Roll!

Alex

Is it considered breaking the rules if you made up the rules yourself?

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Dungeon Dice by Parker Bros.

My next game conversion is now officially announced: Dungeon Dice by Parker Bros.

I would like to thank Flip Florey at the Flip The Table Podcast for providing me with a copy of this game. My original plan was to use assets culled from various websites (eBay, etc.), but the quality of said images was decidedly lacking. With Flip giving me access to the actual game, I can scan in the assets myself and provide the best possible imaging in the finished game.

Now, I'm aware that this game actually breaks my first rule of coding: "Must be directly related to Movies, TV Shows, Comic Books or related characters." But what can I do? This is a cool game and I really want to convert it, so I have no choice but to break my own rules, don't I?

I don't really feel bad, but I should probably put a disclaimer in the rules list or something so I don't get sued.

Break the Rules

Let's Roll!

Alex

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