Tiny Dice Dungeon is a new retro-style RPG for iPhone and Android by Kongregate. Tiny Dice Dungeon comes with a fresh blend of retro 8-bit graphics, some surprisingly hilarious dialog, and a unique battle system that involves the rolling of dice to do damage and to heal up. Read on for some tips and tricks for Tiny Dice Dungeon!
You’re going to do a lot of battling in this game, and every battle uses up stamina. Once you are out of stamina you have to wait for it to come back or purchase more energy. Or, you can do a trick to bring it back instantly. Simply set the time ahead by however much stamina you need to get back, then go back to the app, and your stamina will be instantly restored.
Even better, once you do that, you can then go back to the date and time settings, change the time back to normal, and then go back to the app, and your stamina will still be there. So you can do this trick as many times as you want without having to make the time on your device go way off.
One of the most important pieces of the battle can be the mix of dice that you put into your battle rotation. Always make sure to have at least one healing dice, so that when enemies attack (especially boss characters), the effect of attacks on you can be dampened. A multiplier die is also a good strategic idea so that you can increase your damage with less risk of losing the attack by rolling a 1 on the main die.
Whenever you catch a monster, it will be weak enough to get killed rather easily. Go back to older dungeons with easy battles, and fight the old monsters a few times until you level up your new monster. Do this whenever you catch a new monster and add it to your party.
A capture battle is a great way to capture monsters, but before you fight one, make sure that you have been crafting capture dice so that you have a bigger chance at defeating the monster’s capture dice. For capturing monsters the standard way, the monster has to be the last one on the screen. Keep rolling over and over until you get an exact damage match, and if you over roll, then simply keep going until you get a 1, then start again.