Dicy
Dicy
1.5.1

4.7

Dicy free download for Mac

Dicy

1.5.1
22 July 2011

Advanced dice roller.

Overview

Note: Sadly I stopped working on Dicy for mac and it is discontinued. But you can download its spiritual successor, Hedra, on the App Store.

Dicy is the dice roller everyone has been waiting for.

  • Beautiful HUD interface with animations
  • Minimal footprint
  • Easy to use
  • Still too much footprint ? Try using it directly from the Dock menus
  • Support complex dice equations (add, subtract and drop dices)
  • Add/Modify/Delete/Save presets
  • Import/Export presets
  • Multiple dice rolling sounds
  • Auto updating via Sparkle>/li>

What's new in Dicy

Version 1.5.1:
  • Bug with dice dropping fixed.
  • OS X 10.7 Lion compatibility fixes, the app is now ONLY compatible with OS X 10.7 Lion.
  • Brand new random number generator (thanks to Lion).
  • Smoother animations.
  • You can now use "L" (Lowest) and "H" (Highest) instead of "<" and ">".
  • Many bug fixes and optimisations.

Requirements for Dicy

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

7 Dicy Reviews

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Plutux
03 April 2010

Most helpful

Really nice dice app. Smooth design and great features. Quick roll couldn't be easier. Oh, I almost forgot it's fully and easily customizable.
Like (3)
Version 1.0 beta
Florent Alexandre
13 July 2017
Sadly, I stopped working on Dicy some years ago. But I recently released its iOS spiritual successor, Hedra : https://appsto.re/be/twkOkb.i ! Hope you like it just as much.
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Version 1.5.1
Lordgray
04 June 2014
Dicy was the best find ever! As a table top gamer I use my macbook air as my notebook and character sheet. Dicy is the PERFECT companion to all this. My suggestion would be for the Presets to be displayed on a slide out Tab so that you could click directly on the preset.
Like (1)
Version 1.5.1
1 answer(s)
Florentalexandre
Florentalexandre
05 June 2014
It really makes me happy that you like it so much :)! To be honest It's been years now since I've touched the code of Dicy for Mac, focusing instead on an iPhone version (that I completely scraped and started again multiples times). But seeing as it is still useful to some people I guess you've made me reconsider a bit. Who knows maybe it'll be updated again one day :D.
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Imaria
20 March 2011
The developer contacted me directly regarding my feedback below, and this release is the result of that communication. Dicy now does everything I could ever expect from a dice roller application, and the developer has shown themselves to be extremely aware of their userbase. I never expected to be so impressed by a dice roller app, but here we are.
Like (2)
Version 1.3
1 answer(s)
Florentalexandre
Florentalexandre
20 March 2011
Wow, thanks! I think you'll love what's next for Dicy as this version already feels so much lacking compared to the iPhone one :).
Like (1)
xati-ba
08 March 2011
Does everything it advertises, and does it well.
Like (3)
Version 1.3
3 answer(s)
Florentalexandre
Florentalexandre
19 March 2011
Thanks a lot for the kind comment! I'm working really hard on the iPhone version right now but ba assured that the desktop version is not forgotten :).
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xati-ba
xati-ba
20 March 2011
Je vous fais confiance :)
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Florentalexandre
Florentalexandre
02 January 2012
Here's a little work in progress of Dicy for iPhone : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAYukBXOJpw
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Imaria
10 September 2010
A solid roller! The floating window and dock menu are fantastic additions. Perhaps the Dock roller could also give out a Growl alert? Also, if an option could be given for the window to either show the animated dice, or just smaller buttons with "d4, d6" etc? It would be an even smaller footprint and less visually distracting, at the compromise of the dice being less visually identifiable (hence why only as an option). This is a good product, and I'll use it as my roller during sessions from now on. If it could roll pools of dice with options like "drop lowest/highest" or you could enter formulas on the fly instead of just presets, I'd happily replace my other dice roller app with this; it certainly already looks better!
Like (1)
Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
Florentalexandre
Florentalexandre
10 September 2010
Thanks a lot for the feedback ! I wasn't sure growl support would be very useful but I guess I could implement it. Formulas on the fly is a very good idea and is on the top of my list for 1.3 ! As for dropping dices I'm not sure I understand how it is supposed to work, I've never played a RPG with this kind of rule. Could you Email me more info about this (my Email is on the site) ?
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Version 1.2
JD-1
08 September 2010
A quick, fun way to get dice results not only for RPG's but for other games as well. Particularly useful when playing Magic: The Gathering with customized house rules. The GUI is gorgeous & uncluttered and as stated above, it's customizable. Would love to see this ported to iPhone/iPad!
Like (1)
Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
Florentalexandre
Florentalexandre
08 September 2010
Thanks a lot for the glowing review, feedback is always appreciated !
Like (2)
Version 1.1
Plutux
03 April 2010
Really nice dice app. Smooth design and great features. Quick roll couldn't be easier. Oh, I almost forgot it's fully and easily customizable.
Like (3)
Version 1.0 beta
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