Jacob Weber

UltraDice

UltraDice was a computer version of the classic dice game Yacht, which I developed with Joshua Meyer. It was sold as shareware, for $15.00. It's no longer being developed, but you can download it for free here. It only works in Mac OS 9 and earlier; OS X is not supported.

UltraDice Screen

Download UltraDice 2.0.6 (BinHex format)

Features:

Change History:

2.0.6 (Feb 2, 2002)
Updated contact information.
2.0.5 (Nov 1, 1996)
Problem with high scores fixed.
2.0.4 (June 18, 1996)
Saves high scores from double or triple games when upgrading.
2.0.3 (June 18, 1996)
Minor changes made.
2.0.2 (April 8, 1996)
Window Color option added.
2.0.1 (January 7, 1996)
Minor changes made.
2.0 (December 20, 1995)
Re-compiled with CodeWarrior.
Allows double and triple games.
Allows scoring using the keyboard.
No longer works with System 6. Sorry!
Many other changes.
1.1.5 (February 12, 1995)
A new high score!
1.1.4 (October 2, 1994)
Minor changes made.
1.1.3 (October 1, 1994)
Minor changes made.
1.1.2 (August 2, 1994)
Read Me file now is a Print2Pict Postcard.
1.1.1 (July 8, 1994)
Minor changes made.
1.1 (July 5, 1994)
Changed the name to UltraDice.
Improved the Dice Speed dialog box.
Allow clicks in score category column.
Added keyboard commands for dice.
1.0.2 (January 30, 1994)
Minor changes made.
1.0.1 (January 11, 1994)
Works on black-and-white computers.
Dice speed option added.
1.0 (January 5, 1994)
The initial release of the game.

High Scores (for single-scoring games):

  1. 717: Adam Thompson, Iowa
  2. 710: Nadine Cory, Hawaii
  3. 681: Paul Block, New York
  4. 651: Lori Buegler, Minnesota
  5. 649: Alex Grancha, Australia
  6. 630: Mary Saylor, Pennsylvania
  7. 628: Bill Boyd, North Dakota
  8. 616: Laura Arnold, California
  9. 591: Elise Stoklosa, New Hampshire