First Person Craps is a solo version of one of the most iconic casino table games in the world, played using random number generator software instead of a real live dealer to run things. The core concept of the game is predicting dice rolls, although what makes the game particularly interesting is the huge variety of betting options available.
While a regular craps game features the shooter who rolls the dice plus a number of spectators who may also place bets on the roll, First Person Craps is a solo game featuring only the shooter. On the most common type of bet, the Pass bet, the player wins if, when the two dice are first rolled, the total equals 7 or 11, or if the shooter then rolls that same number again any time before rolling a 7. A 2, 3 or 12 result is an instant loss on a Pass bet. There’s also Don’t Pass, which is a bet basically against the shooter and the opposite of a Pass bet.
Beyond that, there are also Come and Don’t Come bets which rely on the result of the second dice roll only, multi-roll bets which are just about hitting a certain result before a 7, one-roll bets, hardways, and several more on top. Those who are familiar with craps will recognize all of these and they’ve all been represented as faithfully as possible in this single-player version.