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|Tales of the World: Dice Adventure|
|Game Systems||Web Browser|
|Developers||Bandai Namco Games|
|Publishers||Bandai Namco Games|
|Japanese Releases||April 26, 2012|
|End of Service||June 28, 2013|
|Opening Theme||"Chizu no Arika" by Daisy×Daisy|
Tales of the World: Dice Adventure is a web browser-based board game in the Tales series released April 26, 2012 in Japan. Despite only being in Japanese, the game is playable in any region with a Bandai Namco ID. Service for the game ended on June 28, 2013.
The game is a role-playing and board game hybrid, where the player rolls virtual dice to determine how much a character moves across the board. Through the course of traversing the board, the player can form parties with other characters, experience story events, and participate in battles. As with all of the games in the Tales of the World subseries, the game is a crossover, containing many characters from the main series. Each character is presented in "chibi" style. The game follows the free-to-play business model, where the game allows a player to play entirely for free, albeit with the option of buying in-game items with real-life money. The only requirement to play the game is to have or sign up for a Bandai Namco ID. Additionally, Bandai Namco separately released snack food for purchase that contained serial codes for downloading addition content to the game. The game received special animation created by production studio A-1 Pictures.
- [JP] Tales of the World: Dice Adventure (Official Website)
- [JP] Tales Channel (Tales Series Official Website)