Dice of Destiny
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We rate this game very easy.
NP Ratio: 1.27
1270 pts :: 1000 NP
Dice of Destiny, introduced to Neopia on the 9th day of Swimming, Year 11, is a Lost Desert themed Luck & Chance game. The aim of the game is to clear the 9 numbered levers by rolling dice, then eliminating the lever or levers that add up to the sum of the rolled dice. To move on to the next round, you must eliminate all of the levers within the amount of rolls allotted to you for that particular round. Dice of Destiny was also the first game in the New Game Challenge.
Controls & Instructions
There are 5 rounds in Dice of Destiny. In the first round, you are given 20 dice rolls to eliminate all of the levers. In the second round, you have 17 rolls, 15 rolls in the third, 12 rolls in the fourth, and 10 rolls in the fifth.
Dice of Destiny is played with the mouse. You begin each roll by choosing to roll either 1 die or two dice. If the sum of the dice equals an available numbered lever or combination of numbered levers the roll dice buttons on the bottom of the screen will be inactive. You can then select any possible lever or combination of levers which add to the sum of your dice.
You move on to the next round once you eliminate all nine levers. You are awarded 10 points for each lever you clear, plus an additional 10 points if all levers are cleared. If, once you have eliminated all nine levers, you have unused rolls you then move on to the bonus round. Here there are three possible faces on each of the dice.
|Two green symbols will award you with 10 bonus points,|
|Two yellow symbols will award you with 5 bonus points,|
|Two red symbols will subtract 10 bonus points from your total.|
You continue in this fashion until you either complete the game after five rounds, or lose any round by failing to eliminate all nine levers with the amount of dice rolls you are given.
Tips & Strategies
It helps to try and eliminate the higher levers first (7, 8, 9) by rolling two dice. After you have cleared these levers, you can choose to roll either one or two dice to clear the lower numbered levers.
Here is a list of possible rolls & the best ways to eliminate levers:
|Total Dice Sum||Levers To Eliminate|
|12||9 & 3; 8 & 4; 7 & 5; 6, 4 & 2|
|11||9 & 2; 8 & 3; 7 & 4; 6 & 5|
|10||9 & 1; 8 & 2; 7 & 3; 6 & 4|
|9||9; 8 & 1; 7 & 2; 6 & 3; 5 & 2|
|8||8; 7 & 1; 6 & 2; 5 & 3; 4 & 3 & 1|
|7||7; 6 & 1; 5 & 2; 4 & 3|
|6||6; 5 & 1; 4 & 2; 3 & 2 & 1|
|5||5; 4 & 1; 3 & 2|
|4||4; 3 & 1|
|3||3; 2 & 1|
In conclusion, Dice of Destiny is a fun, easy way to rack up some neopoints and, if you played the New Game Challenge, some cool prizes too. It is also one of the few Luck & Chance games which do not require any NP to play. Now go roll some dice!
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