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Fedora Outlier’s Number One App Of 2013 Brought To You By How To Be Blind: Coming in At Number Ten Is Dice World!

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The top 10 app of the year surprised me to say the least. It brought back old feelings of pure family fun.. Playing Yatzy with my sisters and brothers next to the fire place was a joy. Now that we are several states apart we can still roll the dice and play Yatzy to our fingers get tired or until I win: which ever comes first.

Not only is Yatzy part of this world,there are three other fun, challenging, stimulating dice games included as well. There is Farkle, Balut, and Pig, and they are all 100% accessible, as is everything in the app. There is a help section in the off chance that I need how to instructions, as well as a host of settings I was able to configure easily. I enjoy kicking back and practicing myself, so when I’m ready, I’ll be up for the challenge with my siblings. It’s incredible that we can play these games together just as if we were still sitting around that fireplace. I won then and I can win after all these years, whether the game is an old familiar one or a new and challenging addition to my repertoire.

Dice World sneaks into the top 10 at number 10 and seems to be a game changer for blind gamers nationwide. Get this free app, gather your virtual friends and roll the dice to loads of fun.

The Top 10 Apps List is sponsored by…. Mike Malarsie of How To Be Blind.

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