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Farkle is a simple dice game that pits players against each other and themselves. My version of Farkle allows up to four players to compete against each other. After an initial splash screen is shown, the number of players can be selected by pressing the plus and minus buttons at the bottom of the screen. Adding an additional player highlights there face allowing you to customise their image and name.

Clicking on the players face reveals a selection of male and female faces to choose from. The graphics have been supplied with permission by, thanks again!



Players take turns throwing the dice and accumulating their score but risk losing 500 points if they throw a Farkle (a non-point scoring hand). Dice are selected from the current throw in the upper section of the screen with those selected grey out to indicate this. Users can roll again or take the score if they have achieved a score of 300 or more and pass play to the next player. As play moves from one player to the next, a history of the player's previous rolls are shown at the bottom of the screen.

Throwing a Farkle is a costly mistake and results in a loss of 500 points. The running scores of the players is shown in the top, right-hand corner of the screen. After ten rounds, an awards screen shows the final scores for each player.


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