Long or Short Presents Strategic Craps fka Dice Wars

by Mr Juggles

Strategic Craps

We rebranded Dice Wars as Strategic Craps and released it directly to you, available on our website, for eternity. Gratis. Ignore the title, we rebranded it, we assure you. A permalink to the game will reside in the top left of our site.

Game created by Game Design.

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  1. strategeri
    September 12th, 2006 | 6:57 pm

    This might be the best game ever. You can read other posts while the game runs the opponents. However, I found out to late as I was kicking the computers ass that clicking any of the comments will restart the game! DAMN!

  2. Hogan
    September 13th, 2006 | 10:01 am

    You should know that by posting this game here you have successfully cost a major fortune 100 company £1000’s in labor, productivity, and lost sales. I have done NO work for two days. Wow.

  3. marcel_marceau
    September 14th, 2006 | 7:15 pm

    The “Do you play this one” option is a classic demonstration of the teachings of Sun Tzu. By allowing the choice of whether or not to engage in battle, given a known dispursment of terrain and resource, one may regenerate situations until the circumstance is advantagious for victory.

    Unless of course you choose wrong and a 7 way ass kicking ensues, ending with your hurling of mouse, docking station and Thinkpad across the neighbouring cube farm and the subsequent requisition of a wireless mouse to avoid the negative budgetary impacts of a repeat performance.

  4. Mr Juggles
    September 15th, 2006 | 1:57 pm

    Awesome comment. I apply Sun Tszu tactically in every aspect of my Strategic Craps.

  5. Bond investor
    September 18th, 2006 | 3:57 pm

    What are the rules in terms of number of additional dice received at the end of the turn? Is it number of turns you’ve held the territory? Or is it number of enemies adjacent? Trying to work on a strategy….

  6. strategeri
    September 19th, 2006 | 8:56 am

    The number of dice you receive is the largest number of territories you have that are adjacent to each other. The dice are distributed randomly up to two columns.

  7. Bullpup
    May 5th, 2008 | 3:57 pm

    Somedays the battle rages from morning until night… only pausing for damnable staffing meetings and reserving attestation.

    Somedays I feel like Gandolf when he was locked in combat with that fire monster. “We battled for days, until I smote the Green Player’s ruin on the mountain side.”