In role-playing games, there is often a need to roll multiple many-sided dice (beyond just cubes) and potentially add modifiers to each die and/or the total. Also, the total may need to be adjusted up or down by a percentage. This tool allows for multiple lines of dice configurations with accompanying labels for quick reference.
One interesting capability is that you can roll large numbers of dice and check the distribution of rolls to check the "fairness" which is always of concern around the gaming table. you can randomize the dice colors or else choose to use a full set from the following: Copper, Quartz, Onyx, Gold, Arctic, Emerald, Sapphire, Ruby, Royal, Psionic. You can run networked instances with gaming friends in order to share your highly-randomized and configured dice rolls--along with titled, full-size color screenshots of your winning rolls! The new screenshots window displays local and networked snapshots from the end of the full animation dice rolls when they've come to rest, and allows navigation among the images.
The dice are automatically and forcefully cast randomly from numerous edge and center positions--after brief pauses with them bunched up--resulting in rapid ricochets and collisions before coming to rest (shown sides correspond to what is in the dice roll log, as with the modified total). The moving dice decelerate based upon: number of impacts, shape, material composition, and the rolling surface.
Anyone who wants the convenience of rolling die 6's or any other type--especially large numbers of them, repeatedly, and with modifiers--will enjoy this program. This can assist with dice-based "paper & pencil" games, board games, and others.