(as of May 29,2022 01:50:13 UTC – Details)
Dice Coins combine elements of a coin and dice. You generate random numbers by spinning the coin like a top and stopping it with your finger once it reaches full speed. The result is the first completely visible number to the left of your finger.
The common side of each Dice Coin has a raised knob that allows it to be spun on a solid surface. Since you stop the coin when it has reached full speed, you can’t see the numbers. In addition, since you are manually stopping it, this eliminates any imperfections or balancing issues. This makes the accuracy comparable, if not better, than regular dice.
This also allows Dice Coins to have an odd amount of numbers, symbols, or words.
Dice Coins can also be used as game markers such as first player tokens. The numbers are intentionally staggered different than a dice so you can use them as a rotatable stat counter.
Dice Coins need a solid surface to spin on. They work on most tables, gaming playmats, notebooks, etc.
A different type of dice for role playing and board games
Generate random numbers by spinning the coin like a top and stopping it with your finger
Comparable to regular dice in accuracy
Spin on a solid surface like a table, gaming playmat, or notebook
3D sculpted metal artwork, antique silver plated, solid zinc alloy, two inch diameter