Roll! Build! Win! The Kingdom of Rolldovia is in turmoil! Her royal highness, the Queen, has decreed that there will be a new capital - after the old one was sacked by hordes of barbarians and bandits from the south. As leaders of one of the country's influential noble families, players vie with each other to establish their provincial city as the best home for Rolldovia's new capital. Dice City is a "dice-crafting" game where the locations in your city act as the changing faces of your dice each turn. Use tactics and strategy to press your claim!
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