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Roll the dice on the new Game of Dice update

By , on August 17, 2017
Last modified 2 months, 1 week ago

Joycity’s fantasy real-estate game, Game of Dice, is getting a huge update this week. The patch will add some thrilling new content to a game already rich in deep single-player and multiplayer play. Expect to find a new map, costumes, and some mechanical fixes when the update lands this week.

Players will have the chance to test their mettle in the all new Cursed Tower map. This new zone lets players use special Runes during each match. Of course, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to revisit older maps, too, thanks to the new "Map of the Day" feature. Starting this week, players will get to play a match in one previous seasonal map each day. It’s a great way to refresh your skills or try out past seasonal content you might have missed out on.

Game of Dice’s board is getting some improvements, as well. The new "Place Rune" block grants players a new property at random and a special skill for an existing property when they land on it. That’s a considerable perk -- here’s hoping you roll your dice well.

You’ll find some quality of life fixes thrown into the mix, too. Hidden Cards are getting patched. You’ll now be able to attach Hidden Cards to different characters if they meet certain requirements. For the fashion forward amongst you, expect to see Lucy and Doria costumes added to the game sometime soon.

These changes benefit new and old players alike. Now’s the time to give Game of Dice a go if you haven’t already. It’s a fresh take on board games like Monopoly with a colorful fantasy setting and exciting combat features.

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