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TOSS N GO may be the most limited video game I have ever played. There are ten dice on the screen at a time. We roll the dice to green pluses, yellow circles, and red X's. Each green plus gives us one whole point. If no greens move up and there are only red X's then we lose all the points we have accumulated.

TOSS N GO is a two person game. If you play TOSS N GO by yourself then you watch the computer play. The computer gambles most of the time trying to get higher scores. It is really boring siting there watching the computer roll over and over again.

If you play TOSS N GO with another player then at least ya'll can talk about it. Like you have thirty-nine points. Do you really want to gamble? If you get a red X then you lose those thirty-nine points. When the main goal in TOSS N GO is to get to one hundred points you have to save your points off before you lose them.

It takes multiple attempts in TOSS N GO to reach that magical one hundred number. I did not find any options in TOSS N GO allowing me to change the number. Like going lower than one hundred or going higher. Which is one of the reasons I find TOSS N GO to be limited.

TOSS N GO teaches the concept of gambling without any actual real money being put on the line. If you win you can restart or quit. Players can also exit in the middle of a game if they get frustrated with their rolls. For some reason the computers luck was always better than mine.

It is easy to understand how TOSS N GO works. If you are confused there is a help button that explains the rules. Then it comes down to calculating the odds. The more dice you roll the better shot you have of getting greens. When it gets down to one dice then the chances of all red increase.
- Mark


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Wii U
Publisher: RCMADIAX
Developer: RCMADIAX
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
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