Imagine sprawling medieval cities bustling with life, complete with quaint village homes, towering castle ramparts, cosy inns, grand arenas, sacred cathedrals, and mysterious dungeon crypts.
While the appeal of the Deck o’Dungeons might be the 50 Tarot-sized cards the campaign offers VTT and PDF support.
The Boogeyman is a mythical creature adults use to frighten children into good behaviour.
Worldographer is compatible not just with Windows but Mac OSX and Linux. The bundle expires on the 24th.
We’ve covers and some insides to share, and some big names are attached to the alternative covers, including Panosian, Artgerm and Mignola!
Full-colour battle maps for virtual tabletops (or printing) sci-fi RPGs aplenty and lost in space.
Your purchase supports Cool Effect and Oceana, both worthy charities. That might be why the average price, which is the target for a tier, is so high. Geeks are generous cartographers.
I’ve seen big bundles before but never seen 10 Downing Street, home of the British Prime Minister, as a tabletop battle map ready for a dungeon crawl. The Americans get The White House, Air Force One and even the Statue of Liberty.
The map idea is cool. The use of techniques to maintain and foster our communities about establishing boundaries in an era of change seem powerfully poignant.
There are 13 titles in the first tier with a shop value of $44. These are all DRM-free, so that you can import them into VTT software.