New Game - Tiny Dice Dungeon

Tiny Dice Dungeon ticks all the many RPG boxes with monsters, quests, experience points, boss fights & inventory management.

Your weapon of choice though is the DICE !!

Depending on what you roll will decide how much damage, healing or other special attack damage you can deal to your enemies.

If you roll a 1 however you will miss your turn. You can catch monsters to train & fight alongside you through the various quests. After a few stages of dungeons you will encounter a boss fight & once you have defeated your MIGHTY (& I mean MIGHTY) foe. You will have saved another villager which unlocks another shop or feature in the game.

The world map seems quite small but the dungeons soon become challenging thus requiring you to revisit the earlier stages to do some grinding to level up your character & monsters. This grinding does not feel like a chore because it gives you the opportunity to capture new monsters, collect & equip new items & find shards from defeated monsters.

To add the game does have wait mechanics (countdown timers) for your players stamina to reset. This does not bother me because I don't get more than five or ten minutes to play during a day.


  1. What is the IAP situation like in this game? Is it a buy once and just play deal?

    1. You don't need to buy any IAP because you can get get uncut die from gold purchases or battle drops

    2. Tried it, deleted it. Has the "You've played this for more than 5 minutes" game play mechanic where my character needs to rest... OR I can pay to carry on! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!

      Same with Trials Frontier, I can just about cope with earning credits to upgrade the bike by grinding, because playing the game is fun. BUT, when it will only let me race 4 or 5 times before I run out of fuel, that sucks! Making me wait for upgrades to be installed sucks! And of course, all these things can be bypassed with IAPs... NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!

    3. I don't mind the wait mechanics because I don't really get more than five or ten minutes to play so it fits in fine with my limited gaming time.

  2. Springloaded Software3 May 2014 at 13:52

    Thanks for the review! Its great that you enjoyed the game! Luffer, to your point about the wait timers, we don't stop you playing like most free to play games, in fact I thought we were very generous with the stamina system, and the game in general. People at Kongregate (our publisher) have unlocked all of the games content without spending any money at all...
    Thanks again for the review, it's amazing to read what people think of pour game.