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Big Wormhole Dice Tower

Big Wormhole Dice Tower

Board game players looking for a fun way to randomize their dice rolls should check out this very cool and unique dice tower from RUBrand. The tower features undulating layers of laser-cut, high-density wood fiberboard with cutouts that tumble dice as they cascade from the top to the coliseum below. Assembly required.

TI Maze Titanium Dice

TI Maze Titanium Dice

Inspirs Designs‘ pricey, but awesome metal dice are made from GR5 titanium. Each numbered face is highlighted by geometric patterns which connect the pips. Choose from a sandblasted or stonewashed finish.

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Rainbow Metal Dice Set

Rainbow Metal Dice Set

Upgrade your D&D game with Rainbow Shop CN’s beautiful shimmery electroplated metal dice. Made from zinc alloy, they have a nice heft to them, and you’ll get a full set including D20, D12, D10, D10(percentile), D8, D6, and D4 for all your gaming needs.

Boiling Poison Dice

Boiling Poison Dice

Tabletop game players, it’s time to upgrade your dice set. Designed by Andy Kurovets, these highly-tactile D6 dice feature bubbly textures that make them look like something boiling in the primordial ooze. They were 3D-modeled for balance, and come in three unique shapes, in deep blue, blood red, or earth brown.

Tai-Hao Dice Keycaps

Tai-Hao Dice Keycaps

Roll your dice and move your mice every time you sit down to your computer keyboard. These playful Cherry MX-compatible keycaps are great for number or function keys. They’re sold in six different transluscent colors, so you can match or complement the design of your current keyboard.

Flying Horseduck d60 Dice

Flying Horseduck d60 Dice

These beautiful, precise, and substantial RPG dice can pick a random number between 1 and 60. Each 37mm piece is carved from solid aluminum using a 5-axis CNC mill. Also available as a spindown version with all the numbers in sequential order. Each die includes a case.

Folding Dice Tower

Folding Dice Tower

RPG and strategy fans looking for a fun addition to their table games should check out this clever 3D-printed dice roller. Just drop your dice into the top of this castle and they’ll roll out randomly onto the folding trays on the sides. Buy it on Etsy, or print your own on Thingiverse.

TTi-150 Titanium Dice

TTi-150 Titanium Dice

Eyepetizer’s distinctive metal dice are made of grade 5 titanium, and feature precision-machined pips which ensure accurate and fair rolls every time. Each one is CNC milled, with no casting or welding. Also available with a traditional pip layout.

D20!

D20!

Pacific Puzzle Works presents an incredibly cool and unusual take on the classic 20-sided role-playing die. This 2″ diameter icosahedron-in-a-icosahedron is milled from a solid hunk of 6061-T6 aluminum using a Matsuura MX-330 5-axis milling machine.

How to Make an Automatic Dice Roller

How to Make an Automatic Dice Roller

Adafruit shows us how to make an electronic and portable dice roller. It uses a small motor to spin a small platform, which in turn rolls the dice. As others have pointed out, it would be better if you make the platform uneven to shake the dice even more. Full guide here.

CoDi Metal Dice

CoDi Metal Dice

An elegant upgrade to any D6 dice game, these machined dice have curved corners, and can be laser-etched with classic pips, tally lines, symbols, or hash marks. Combine multiple symbols or metals to expand gameplay options. Available in stainless or brass.

Hollow Dice

Hollow Dice

Truly unique six-sided dice which have an open void in their centers. They’re precision machined from anodized aluminum, and weigh just 1.5 grams each. Their unique pip design and balanced weight distribution ensures statistically fair rolls too.

Artisan Dice

Artisan Dice

The workshop of Artisan Dice creates incredible limited-run dice in wood, metal, bone, stone, steel, acrylic, Teflon, carbon fiber and more. They even make dice from old whiskey barrels. Check out their YouTube channel to learn more about how they’re made.

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Luma Dice

Luma Dice

Perhaps the coolest looking dice ever made, these aluminum cubes have built in LED lighting behind the pips. A motion sensor activates the lights only when you pick them up to roll. Their maker can’t guarantee perfect balance, but they’re still awesome. (Thanks Joseph!)

Brass Playing Dice

Brass Playing Dice

These precision-machined dice are cut from solid hunks of brass. The metal gives them great weight and substance, and will make your Monopoly set look just that much more classy. Brass wheelbarrow, shoe and top hat not included.

Machined Aluminum Dice

Machined Aluminum Dice

Monopoly is just so much cooler played with dice made out of solid chunks of aluminum. By precisely varying the depths of the pips, each side weighs exactly the same, resulting in fair, perfectly balanced throws every time.

Rix Dice Acrylic Dice

Rix Dice Acrylic Dice

Etsy seller Amber Rix makes machine-cut acrylic dice with bold camo patterns, with each die having a unique pattern. If you participate in Massdrop’s promo you can get the dice at a discount. Amber also makes metal dice.

1-Sided Die

1-Sided Die

A dice in the form of a Möbius strip, i.e. it only has one surface. Naturally, it only has one number on it: 1. It’s a funny gift to tabletop RPG or board game fans, but we think it’s also a great token for recovering gambling addicts.

Dice Rings

Dice Rings

Invented by CritSuccess, Dice Rings emulate traditional dice via a free spinning outer ring with randomly arranged numbers. Other designs include pips, yes/no and playing card suits/ranks.

Futurama Yahtzee

Futurama Yahtzee

Bender asks you to grab his shiny metal head and shake it to see if you can score a Yahtzee! (or at least a Chance.) Each die has pics of your favorite Futurama characters instead of boring old dots.

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Dice Sculptures

Dice Sculptures

German artist Tony Cragg has created these amazing flowing organic sculptures, using thousands of individual plastic dice as his primary medium. Just don’t try to roll them – it won’t work.

Dice People

Dice People

Korean artist Kim Hyun creates intricate humanoid forms using various dice. Each die is drilled, carefully placed on wires sculpted around plaster casts, which are later removed.

Historical Wooden Dice

Historical Wooden Dice

History buffs might appreciate playing craps with St. Liberty’s handmade oak dice set, designed to look like something the Continental Army might have used during the American Revolution.

Dice Mosaic Art

Dice Mosaic Art

David Alvarez used over 14,000 individual dice, carefully arranged to form a halftone-like effect to produce these massive 8-foot by 5-foot portraits of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. Snake Eyes!

Portal Cube Fuzzy Dice

Portal Cube Fuzzy Dice

Hanging a device that can create inter-spatial gateways over your desk may not be smart, but these 4″ Companion Cube Fuzzy Dice ensure you’ll always get the drop on GLaDOS.

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