This Week's Time Killer... Storm Yahtzee!

By Kevin Michaluk on 16 Mar 2009 09:56 am EDT
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Storm Yahtzee!

Our friend of the CrackBerry Forums dmglakewood released his latest creation for the BlackBerry Storm over the weekend, Storm Yahtzee!

It's a modern version of the classic Yahtzee game, controlled using the Storm's touchscreen of course. Even those not familiar with Yahtzee will find this one fun and addictive.

Storm Yahtzee features include:

  • Online Leaderboards (submit your scores online!)
  • Touchscreen Interface
  • User Friendly
  • Realistic Sound Effects
  • High Quality Graphics
  • Strategic / Addicting Game Play

You can learn more about Storm Yahtzee in the forums and download your free trial or buy it now from the ShopCrackBerry.com App Store for $2.99.

Topics: BlackBerry Apps

Reader comments

This Week's Time Killer... Storm Yahtzee!

8 Comments

$1.99 for this App. Ok, I can do that. $2.99 for this app = FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL

AHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHHA. Put that in your book!

I purchased this app last night, and it's AWESOME. $2.99 for an app that's this detailed and works great is a good price. It's well worth the $2.99.

Great job DMG!

To the guy who said it should be 1.99$ - You know that the mobihand store and the crackberry store wont let you upload a game for anything under 2.95$ right? Also the appworld is not going to let you upload anything for under 2.99$.

@ pastorhudson, I have an accelerometer version that I'm testing out now ;). I should have an update out soon that will let you click the cup or actually shake your phone.

Yahtzee is a copyrighted and registered property of Hasbro. This blatant rip off of another company's IP is wrong. I can't believe MobiHand allows it as Hasbro can easily sue both DMG and possibly MobiHand for damages and copyright infringement like they did with the IP thieves who made Scrabulous.

While I don't disagree with what you are saying, this level of outrage should be saved for the truly despicable... AIG anyone?