Dice Master(formerly known as Lucky Dice) feels like a cheap knockoff of Very Dice. It’s interface is not as user friendly, it’s prize prices higher, it’s games harder to play and with more ads. I tested it out though and and here’s my findings.
Ease of Use 3/5
Not too bad, but I found especially compared to Very Dice there were more instances where I didn’t receive my video reward or it struggled to register my taps. The mini games are admittedly quite fun, but want you to play ads to continue. They’re also very complex and it’s really hard to get consistently good at them. Even as a gamer I found myself failing quickly sometimes. The search system is comparable to Very Dice’s and does have different items, but comparable items are more expensive.
I feel I’m being generous with 2. The dice are not fair at all. I wasn’t able to get anywhere close to a doubles jackpot with nearly the amount of rolls that would with average luck earn me 3 doubles jackpots. Frankly I rage quit this app due to it’s unfair approach. After using it for a few weeks I NEVER got more than 6 out of 10 on my daily spin, and rarely more than 4. 1 and 2 was the norm. It is clear the company doesn’t play fair with its odds. The reward prices as stated are also for the most part exactly 33% higher compared to Very Dice. The games are harder and forget about being in the top 100 unless you invest way too much time becoming an expert at their minigames.
Time Consumption 3/5
It has the same benefits time-wise as Very Dice, but I found it didn’t always reward me with my rolls, the games in particular were very timeconsuming with very little chance of actual reward beyond playing the games themselves. You can find similar minigames for free with less ads and more features. Because of the increased market prices, it takes 33% longer(at least as you lose even more due to the unfair dice mechanic).
Honestly I quit before attempting to redeem any rewards, but I wouldn’t be surprised if there were problems with redeeming rewards, and as stated the prices are higher than Very Dice. Since I don’t know for sure, I’m giving it the benefit of the doubt at 3/5. Do yourself a favor and get Very Dice if you’re interested in an ad-revenue dice based game offering various items and gift cards and pass on Lucky dice—a poor knockoff who’s greed is obvious.
I think the fact they changed the name of their app is very telling. These numbers also speak for themselves. Hard pass on this one folks. If rolling dice for rewards sounds appealing, check out my review on Very Dice you can find here.