DiceRun is a computer version of a popular table game most of us know and like. It can be played by 2, 3 or 4 players all of who share the same goal - to be the first to move their pawns from their color start to the same color home position.
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Description: DiceRun is a computer version of a popular table game most of us played with their friends and family before computer games started expanding. It can be played by two, three or four players all of who share the same goal - to be the first to move their pawns from their color start to the same color home position. Very little skill is needed for this game so luck is the key factor. Now even if you have lost your game board you can play with your friends on your computer screen and remind yourself of the old days. Even if you are alone you can play against one, two or three computer opponents and still have fun and kill some time in a better way than you would if you played solitaire. But besides being simple, it is addictive, so be warned and don't blame us if you spend more time playing it than you should :-) Playing against your friends is absolutely free but until you register you can not add more than one computer player to the game. If you like DiceRun please support it by purchasing your personal registration code. As the registered user you will be able to play against more than just one computer player and you will be notified about free updates.
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