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Risk Probability calculates victory probability for the board game Risk.

Current version supports the following rules modification:
  • 3 Dices in Defense
  • 2 Dices in Attack
  • Stronghold in Defense
  • Leaders in Attack and Defense

What's New

Version 1.1.5:
  • Updated plotting library.
  • The application is now sandboxed
  • Fixed a few memory leaks
  • Inserted warning for long time calculations

Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later

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Macolyte Member IconComment+55
Macolyte
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Joel,

As a programming exercise, this is pretty neat. Not, as LizBo says, real practical, though. In English, lots of words exist to break the rules. Dice is one of them> Dice is the plural of die, but only when referring to the ones you roll. So two or more are dice, and one is a die. No dices.

Good, if superfluous, work!

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Version 1.1.2
LizBo Member IconComment+108
LizBo
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HA HA HA

Sorry Joel but this is utter nonsense. This would just slow the overall board game down. No software can pre-determine what the dice rolls will be and anyone with a few brain cells can visually see if they out number a neighboring region to determine if a attack is worthwhile.

LOL

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Version 1.1
Joel Ares (developer)
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Hi. I've created the software not exactly to use it when playing, I was challenged by a friend to create it, and I needed it to evaluate the effect of italian rule (3 dice in defense).
The software cannot determine the dice rolls, but can estimate the probability of the rolls.

Astrodude18
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If you don't like it, don't use it. I thought it was pretty cool.

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Radizgo
Version 1.1
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Downloads 575
Version Downloads 184
License Free
Date 20 Apr 2012
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price Free