Last updated on November 25th, 2022 at 10:00 pm
Roll 20! is one of the best $0.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by Ziga Porenta, Roll 20! is a Utilities game with a content rating of 4+.
It was released on 21st December 2019 with the latest update 2nd October 2022
Whether you are a fan of Utilities, Board, or Role Playing games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.
17 people have rated 2.0.1
You can download the game Roll 20! from APP STORE.
Roll 20! is a simple and intuitive dice roller for your Apple Watch.
Quickly choose between D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, D20, or D100 dice and begin rolling.
You can also add custom modifiers to every roll or your roll total.
Since this is a Watch only app it is sometimes not automatically installed.
To install it manually:
- go to the app store on your watch
- scroll down and tap Account
- then tap Purchased and install the app
Updated on 2nd October 2022
Swipe right on the main screen to show it
Sound and haptics
Hear and feel the rolls!
Shake to roll
Simiply shake your wrist to roll the dice! Note this is off by default and needs to be enabled in the settings view.
WatchOS 8 and Apple Watch Ultra optimisations
Spelling fix ;)
Roll 20! Reviews
While it is technically correct to use die or dice as the singular, the app uses a dice which is irksome to us even though its not incorrect. We dont personally control the English language, but we want this to be incorrect, so an option to toggle the spelling would be a silly but appreciated addition, or maybe just omit a so it says 20-sided dice.
Is there going to be a iPhone app version of this?
App isnt showing up on our phone or watch but we were charged for it never it shows purchased in the App Store.
It is marked as purchased in the App Store, but wont actually download. Heeeeeeeelp!
Can not get the app to work or even show up on the watch. Edit: works fine. Thanks for the info on how to install properly.
Great app for a quick couple rolls and we love having a D20 complication. We would like to see the ability to use negative modifiers.
Since this was our first watch-only app, it took some time to figure out how to initiate it on our watch. Once that was done, it works great.
The app didnt even work on our watch.