Tiny Dice Dungeon Cheats And Tips
If you're a fan of old-school RPGs - and we mean the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest variety - you'll enjoy Kongregate's Tiny Dice Dungeon. It combines the thrill of enormous old-school battles with the sheer luck of savvy dice rolling. In addition, you'll level up your character and recruit creatures to battle at your side, while restoring a town that will open up new resources to you.
Here are some tips that will help you get started in the game!
How does the battle system work in Tiny Dice Dungeon?
Everything is based around dice in the game. Rolls are taken to decide what kind of damage you can deliver to a creature, as well as what harm they can do you to in return. You can dice roll again to try and get a better number, but if any of your active dice come up with a 1, your turn will be over and your attack will miss. This works on the enemy's side as well, so it evens out.
As you proceed on each quest, you'll have the option to use new dice, including higher-powered pieces to make your attacks greater than before, as well as healing dice that will keep you from running out of energy. It helps to revisit your town and see what new dice is available, as well as buying more using coins earned over the course of each battle.
How do I capture creatures in Tiny Dice Dungeon?
Over the course of the game, you'll have the opportunity to take part in Capture Battles. If you successfully win these fights, you'll be able to recruit these creatures and add them to your battle party.
At first, these creatures are rather basic, but as time goes on, you'll have the ability to capturer more rare and powerful ones, which will really come in handy for later quests in the game. Keep an eye out for these and don't hesitate when you have the chance to grab them.
How do I restore my town in Tiny Dice Dungeon?
As you begin the game, you'll see that monsters ravaged the town. You can rebuild it, but you need help. As you proceed through missions, you'll run into townsfolk you'll be able to rescue. Once you do this, head over to your town and assign them to help you rebuild part of the village.
At first, it's a little slow going, as it takes a while to rescue someone. However, keep at it. The more of the town you manage to build, the more access you'll have to powerful dice in the game. It's a nice turn-around, especially as you open new quests.
How does currency work in Tiny Dice Dungeon?
Some of the items you'll be able to purchase are compatible with coin purchases, but most of the time, you'll need to use Uncut Dice, as they act as the prime tool for spending in Tiny Dice Dungeon. You won't be able to earn that much at first, but as your village opens up with new buildings, you'll start to allocate a bit more.
Uncut dice will allow you to buy more premium items in the game, and access some rarer monsters sooner than you would in typical battles. It's also handy for boosting your stamina, which runs out with each battle you enter.
You'll earn a decent amount of uncut dice in the game, but there's an option to buy more, which we'll cover below.
What's the best combination of dice to have in Tiny Dice Dungeon?
Once you open up more dice slots for your character - which you'll do as you level up in-between battles - you'll have the ability to balance your battle strategy. The best way to do this is to have at least two to three good battle dice on you - mixing up their effects depending on who you're facing - and a couple of healing dice in tow.
These will all work together on rolls to keep your character strong enough to continue fighting while unleashing great attacks.
Also, if you get the option to pick up Phoenix feathers, be sure to do so. These will revive any creatures that become gravely injured over the course of battle, so it never hurts to have a few on hand.
Do I need to pay for anything in Tiny Dice Dungeon?
Devoted players probably will. It costs a couple of dollars to refill your energy meter, or you can wait to refill it over time. If you prefer to snag some of the premium items right away, you can also buy a pack of uncut dice, ranging from $2.49 for five to $129.99 for 500. It's advisable that you see how many you can earn in the game first before plopping down cash for a purchase.
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