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Dice for Pocket PC
Posted on 1-Dec-2004 19:46 | Tags Filed under: Software


Dice for Pocket PC
Ever got out your favourite board game and found that the dice was missing? Do you feel a hankering to throw a dice occaisionally? Are you a role playing game aficionado? Ever wish you had an easy way to limit your opponents time to answer a question in a board game?

Dice is a random number generator that is modelled after the dice used in any regular board game. The program very flexible, with configuration for a standard six sided dice or a more uncommon 4, 8, 10, 12, 20 or 100 sided dice.

It also includes countdown timer so you can manage the amount of time contestants take to answer a question - no more guess work. It has been designed to not require you to use a stylus - the controls are large enough so that you can simply use your finger.

Program requires .Net CF if running on a Pocket PC with an OS older than Windows Mobile 2003.






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