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    Senior Member ironmallet's Avatar
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    Dice game I learned in Chicago

    I learned a game called pig last time I was in Chicago. Wrote it into this little handheld.

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    Kyle,

    thanks for looking

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    How do you play?

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    i'm prolly wrong but you just keep rollin to get the highest score and if you roll a one then you loose all the points you've gained (on that roll) and the roll passes to the next guy. so the skill is to know when to quit. i'm sure there's more though.
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    How to play.

    It's a simple game that's a little tough to explain.

    90% of the rules are in rollovers on the displays. This needs to be advertised a bit.

    Also there's a skin chooser in the lower rh corner that could look better.

    Thanks for looking

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    I like it.

    Doesn't take long to figure out how to play, and is strangely addictive! Simple yet good fun.

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    Hey Kyle,

    It wasn't very clear to me at first, lots of things flashing on the screen confused me. Your simple instructions to "rules are in rollovers on the displays" did the trick.

    Now that I've played, have to say it's an excellent little game you have there.

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