So surprisingly, when I mentioned King things earlier, I wasn’t just talking about updates and me rambling about discoveries like I’m assholishkirk but for King (and as I’ve been 10 times less competent than him, that analogy barely holds up). I’ve felt like writing actual reviews for some of the games (which I have done for the Guitar Hero mobile games, see the forum for what I mean). This is probably gonna hurt, but whatever, here I go.
Dice King Solo Review
Dice King Solo is basically a single-player version of the King game Dice King. If you don’t know what Dice King is, it’s basically a Yahtzee-ish game (in fact, the original name of it was Yatzy) where you compete against up to 3 other people to try to get the highest score.
…so yeah, basically just an online version of Yahtzee. I’ve played it around 7 times, and it was rather fun. However, what if you’re anti-social (like me), don’t have any friends (also like me), and want to play Yahtzee by yourself and not with strangers (also like me)?
Well, if you want that, why are you looking at a King game? You could easily play versions online that are longer based and not timed.
If you want a quick time waster if you’re bored, though, it’s perfect for that.
You should also know this game is only playable in Germany and Spain, as Yahtzee is more of a game of luck and not a game of skill, and online luck games aren’t entirely the greatest if you have one on a “skill gaming” website like King. I might post the SWF sometime; it runs mostly fine in a projector, with only the introduction text missing and the personal high scores messed up.