egzthunder1 · Aug 31, 2010 at 09:00 pm

Save Yourself from Rolling Dice with HeroScape Helper for Android

Some of you may be well acquainted with board games and dice rolling games like HeroScape. If you are tired of rolling your dice on the board and knocking everything out of place, or rolling simply to look at your dice rolling off the table and under a very heavy couch, you may want to take a look at this handy app made by XDA member agentlotek. The app will simulate the roll of both attack and defense and calculate for you the points obtained per roll.

The app was created with App Inventor, so please leave some feedback for the dev.

This app is for combat dice rolling when playing the “HeroScape” miniatures game… I made this to replace all the dice so that you can maximize your game board size without worrying about having room to roll all those damn dice…

Hello guys…just finished making an app for Android phones/devices using google’s new app inventor software…was gonna try and upload it to android market but that feature is not built in to app inventor yet so…I decided to share it with you guys first…hopefully in the future I will be able to add it in the official app store…anyway…here ya go…

Also thanks goes out to: Deadmaxx for his HeroScape dice logo’s & AliasQTip for his HeroScape blue hex wallpaper

You can find more information in the application thread.

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