Just post'n about my dice "collection". I don't really *collect* dice. Not like I do with baseball cards,
but.... I do love them, so I'm sharing.
First things first - How do I catalog/describe my dice?
I have broken up my collection of dice into 7 dice types, 4 dice functions types, and 4 dice displays types:
Dice Base Types: 4d= 4 sided 6d= 6 sided 8d= 8 sided 10d= 10 sided 10dT= 10 base 10 sided 12d = 12 sided 20d = 20 sided
Dice function types:
N= numberC= compassB= bodyS= situation
Dice display types: Top or vertical aligned 1=Bottom, horizontal, and/or underscored. 2=Pip-scored 3=Pip only numbers 4=
Here is a listing of my collection: Set 1 - 7 pcs - blackSet 2 - 7 pcs - Royal Purple
4d N2 black 4d N1 purple trans metal flake
6d N2 black 15.7mm 6d N2 purple trans metal flake 15.5mm
8d N2 black 8d N3 purple trans metal flake
10d N2 black …
This article is how to install more games on your PlayStation Classic from your PlayStation media disks. I have done each step and tested. I collected this information from several sites and people. I then compiled it here on this blog.
I purchased the PlayStation Classic so I could play PlayStation games on my HDMI television using actual PlayStation controllers. So the first thing I wanted to figure out was how to add purchased disk games to the system and this blog entry is exactly how to do that.
Since your PlayStation Classic does not have a disk drive, the first thing you will need to do is create a .bin file from the disk that you wish to add. The disk image .bin file will be placed on a flash drive (USB stick) and play on the PlayStation Classic.
The larger the flash drive/USB stick, the more games you can fit on one stick.
 To get started, you’ll need to head to the Magic ISO website (http://www.magiciso.com/) and download on a Windows machine.