Roll Color Dice
Result: BlueRoll Again !
Possible colors are: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Purple.
How do these virtual dice work?
This website uses virtual dice created with an algorithm that assigns equal probabilities to every possible outcome. By clicking on the "Roll Again" button you can re-roll all the dice on this page.
This page allows you to choose any number of dice between 1 and 100, each having 6 sides and 6 possible colors:
Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Purple.
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Great news for our mobile users: We are about to add accelerated mobile pages (AMP) for an even faster experience on mobile devices (especially when on a slow network connection rather than Wifi).
Today we are releasing our new website design, with a fresh logo and improved layout, which was driven by a desire to improve upon the existing dice throwing features while implementing user suggestions.
You may be wondering: What is my chance of rolling all the values on “n” dice equal to or higher than some number “y”?
You may wonder: what is the probability of rolling the SAME value on each and every die from a set of two dice or more (“n” dice, where n larger than 1).
You might be wondering: what are the chances of rolling exactly a 4 with a pair of two regular 6-sided dice?
As promised we are releasing our new color dice roller today. It allows users to roll up to 100 six-sided dice to generate random colors.
We are excited to share that we are about to release a color dice roller in the coming days, which will be very similar to our current online dice roller, but instead of using numbers it will be randomly generating colors.
Exciting news! From today you can use our new and improved dice roller that lets you roll up to 100 (!) dice with 6 different shapes: d4, d6, d8, d10, d12 and d20.
Today we are starting this new blog to keep our loyal users updated about any changes, improvements, bug fixes and/or news in the future.