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About Slice & Dice

Free demo, single IAP to unlock the full game. No ads.

Take control of 5 heroes, each with their own dice. Fight your way through 20 levels of monsters and try to take on the final boss. If you lose a single fight you have to start over so be careful (and lucky!).

Gameplay
- 3D dice physics, choose which dice to reroll
- Simple turn-based combat
- Level up a hero or gain an item after each fight
- Randomly generated encounters
- Undo actions as much as you like, each turn is like a mini-puzzle
- No hidden mechanics, everything is visible at all times

Features
- 60 hero classes
- 36 monsters
- 171 items
- Plenty of achievements
- Unlockable modes, including infinite curse mode!
- Online leaderboards

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I've been playing the beta of this game for years now, through many different versions, and it's gotten better and better over that time. This is my favourite game on mobile, hands down. I'd recommend anyone...
Mark Knewstubb
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Cant really express my joy, seeing most games in the store arent really all that interesting. Some are just clones while others are meh. Also note the games that bombard you with ads, to tell a few. This gam...
Russell Plays
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I'm usually not a fan of this style of turn-based combat, but the dice mechanics and tight balancing here had me engrossed. Seems to have a lot of replay value extrapolating from my experience of one run and...
Ewan Adam