Shapes of dice available from Gamescience include everything from a 3 up to a 100.The 100-sided die, or “Zocchihedron”, was invented by Lou Zocchi, as was the d3, d5, d14 and d46, among others.
Because there are so many individuals, we have broken the pages down by style. To the left, just click on the style of dice you are interested in, and you will see the inked and blank versions of each. Click on the pictures to enlarge, and the description to follow the link to www.gamestation.net for purchase. E-mail questions to info at gamescience dot com.
All GameScience precision dice are balanced and razor-edged with sharp points because they have not been tumbled or sanded. To smooth down the spot on your die that is rough from being broken from the sprue, simply use hobby or automotive sandpaper.
These sharp-edged dice are better than the egg-shaped round-edged import dice because they will roll accurately. If you are only concerned with price and not quality, then you may simply purchase the other brands of dice available from GameStation (www.gamestation.net).
Pricing of individuals (blank, not inked) depends on the number of sides the die has. The standard 7 pieces are 75 cents for opaque, $1.25 for gem & glow, and $1.50 for pearl & metallic per die. The d16 and d24 are $2 for gem & glow, and $2.25 for pearl & metallic (no opaque available). The d3, d5 and d14 are $5 for gem & glow, and $5.25 for pearl & metallic, per die.
For d3-d12, inking cost 50 cents per die. For d14 and up, inking is $1. For more inking info, click here.
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