8 goals, 28 rolls

a Everything Else by tsmpaul

Player Rating5.57/8

"#112 overall, #10 for 2007"
based on 444 ratings since 01/02/2007
played 6,625 times (finished 674)

Story Difficulty1/8

"no possible way to lose"

Maturity Level1/8

"appropriate for all ages"
Stories with this maturity level will not, by design, have any potentially objectionable content. An example of a type story with this rating would be a quiz on mathematics.

8 Goals to achieve. Roll a die 28 times, each time you can assign the number you rolled to a free number slot beside one of the goals. If there is no free slot beside a goal, you have to put the number somewhere else. If you click to assign the number to a goal, but the number can not go there, then you waste the number, and move on to the next roll.

Once all 28 die rolls are made, and all numbers are assigned, the game adds up the values of each number you have assigned, to find your score. So, for "Two of a Kind" you would get twelve points for two 6's, and only two points for two 1's.

Goals to achieve:      Examples:

1. Single Score             (4)
2. Two of a Kind           (5, 5)
3. Two Pair                  (3, 3, 6, 6)
4. Three of a Kind         (4, 4, 4)
5. Four in a Row           (2, 3, 4, 5)
6. Four of a Kind           (3, 3, 3, 3)
7. Five in a row            (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
8. BLITZ!                     (3, 3, 3, 3, 3)

The best possible score gives you 148 points. That consists of all 6's, except for the four in a row, and the five in a row.

At the time of this publication, my high score was only 87 out of 148. See if you can beat me! Go for a high score!

Not bad. I think it would have been better if we didn't actually have to achieve the "in a row" numbers in order, and if we didn't have to do the pairs one and then the other.

My highest score was 82 (which I got twice actually).
-- Killa_Robot on 9/3/2012 9:58:17 PM with a score of 71
I enjoyed this very much! I guess its because i know how much scripting went into this, the game is really good in terms of scripting features and its a creative idea! Im going to play it again ;)
-- solostrike on 1/3/2007 7:08:32 PM with a score of 69
67 points
Not really much of a storygame, and it’s boring...
-- 325boy on 5/19/2019 5:59:30 AM with a score of 67
Now THIS is exactly what a short game should be!

After painfully trudging through a series of games with a play length of 1/8, (which all barely escaped the terrible games purge) I'm so happy to come across this little hidden gem again. No story, no plot, no characters... But an actual bloody game! (And a really enjoyable, well thought out and cleverly coded one at that.)

Only complaint is that I finished with a score of 152/148. (For the two pair roll, you can do two pairs of the same number. Might want to fix that, if you ever come back.) Other than that though, thank you for making the only 1/8 length game on the site that's actually worth playing! ^_^
-- Avery_Moore on 5/13/2019 1:01:36 PM with a score of 152
Wasn't good, wasn't bad. I gave it a 4/8.

I got a 73.
-- BgirlStories on 5/7/2019 10:40:14 AM with a score of 73
Hard to get a good score
-- Robert Harrison on 3/5/2019 5:04:16 PM with a score of 87
A clever dice game.
-- Robert Harrison on 3/5/2019 4:55:57 PM with a score of 83
This is a great game although I only understanded halfway throughout the game.
-- GeniusPancake on 2/18/2019 3:10:02 AM with a score of 81
Took me awhile but I finally got 152/148. A very long while.
-- Austinc on 1/15/2019 12:21:06 PM with a score of 152
First of all, I liked your game!
The goal of this game is to complete all of the different series of numbers (for maximum score).

I got 68, but still, it's a strategy + luck game and I really enjoyed to play this.

I would recommend you to put a short story and then this "Final Challenge".
I can promise (at least from my view) that I will enjoy reading and playing your story!

Overall: Nice game! I would like to see you add something to this work.

My final rating: 5 out of 8.

;)
-- TheGamerKing777 on 12/30/2018 3:59:41 PM with a score of 68