DipInit (Diplomacy Country Allocator)
DipInit lets you easily allocate the countries for a game of Diplomacy based on the preferences of the seven players.
You simply enter the players' names in the designated boxes and add their priorities for each country. After hitting the "Allocate Countries" button DipInit will do its magic, calculate the best distribution of countries for the given priorities and display the result.
As there may not be a single best solution you can click "Allocate Countries" more often to get further possible solutions.
DipInit comes in English and German and can even read the results to you if you are to lazy to do so yourself.
Click here to download the latest version of DipInit!
DipInit Mobile (Diplomacy Country Allocator)
DipInit Mobile is the solution for the rare occasions where you don't have your Mac with you but still need to allocate powers for a game of Diplomacy. It is a web application running in a browser, allowing you to do exactly what you already know from the desktop version of DipInit: Allocating countries for a game of Diplomacy based on the players' priorities.
To use DipInit Mobile, open it in your favorite browser and prioritize away. The web app was designed to work on mobile phones and was successfully tested on iPhone 5+ and large screen Android devices. For even quicker access, add DipInit to your smartphone's home screen.
Click here to open DipInit Mobile and get your game on!
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