Omg, I had such a blast taking a chance and rolling some Ditzy Dice. Author Gardamuse perfectly mixes excitement and nostalgia to deliver a uniquely horny experience that deliciously reveals what kind of bimbo transformations you're secretly praying for. The main delivery vehicle for DD's erotic build up is through the reading of each card's description and just like how you felt opening a new pack of trading cards you'll find yourself excitedly pouring over each card's text and imagining the world each sexy portrait invites you to see. Even the miss-matched artstyles reminded me of MTG in the most perfect way! The game also has a dynamic 'actions' box that reads out what's happening to you as you play, and delivers the dialogue taking place between you and the devil--sexy snippets are everywhere. Even though this style of game really isn't my bag, ya girl needs/prefers a slower burn, I still had a great time and enjoyed my two play throughs.
The game works by selecting the die or dice in the middle of the screen to roll for how many cards (transformations) you will have to choose each round (4 rounds to start...). You then select the dice in the center again to see which transformation will happen to, and depending on how many dice you have that round (you have risky options to choose how many dice you'll roll) you may wind up with a couple of cards to choose from... or 'divinely' just one. Some players will find the UI not to their taste, and that doesn't look like it'll change, but the game is complete and has it's own in game comment section directly attached to your window (scroll down in the play now to read other people's experiences!)
Even though the game can seem counterintuitive with its rolling, and the stats don't open to a larger game, the experience is still fast and fun and a perfect tease to get you going. The most powerful super power the devil may unlock for you is your own imagination...
Big fan of this game. It's nice and light weight and very replayable.
This is one of my favorites. It has simple gameplay that is easy to get into while still retaining the fun of many ts games. I also love how the dice aspect gives rise to a feeling of lack of control.
Pretty good. One of those rare TG ideas that works pretty well both as a game and as a story. Very original. And I agree with the older review that says this game would really be even more awesome with a paper doll or avatar, like Who Wanna Be a Bimbo. By the way, Ditzy Dice reminds me a little of Who Wanna Be a Bimbo, and I am not sure which game is the superior one. Ditzy Dice is more polished, better-looking, and the writing isn't in the slightly broken English of WWBAB. But WWBAB has more options, more interactivity and the paper doll.
Doesn't work for me. Dice infinitely rules upon start and never stops. Unable to do anything.
Edit: Seems fixed now. Can finally start playing XD