Astral has said extra steps have been taken to ensure services are properly secured and have asked anyone with concerns to email Support.
The Unreal Engine is used to make computer games, and now programmer and animator Luke Cosgrove is using it to create a 3d-virtual tabletop for RPGs like D&D. The project is called RPG Cinematic.
You can use Wildshape to sculpt a landscape, drag features such as buildings, rivers or bridges onto it and create a detailed 3d-like experience. The software has a dice roller, models, tokens and even a small army of animated monsters.
The game is in a world where the mineral atma gives the living powers and entwines the dead. There's narrow AI, aliens in the moon and Restless Zones of no man's land between nations.
There are three complete map packs in the Starter Collection, and they have a retail value of $35.
A glance at what the near future of virtual tabletop cartograph could look like (or for people with lots of colour ink!)
It's now possible for DriveThruRPG publishers to sell Astral modules.
Tarrasque is a mobile-first virtual tabletop and wants you to be able to use it without a keyboard and mouse.
BattleMapp.io is a free to use 3d virtual tabletop that has sprung up almost overnight and very quickly become impressive.
A bundle of Tales from the Loop material priced at $24.99 includes the full contents of the core rulebook, including the Four Seasons of Mad Science campaign, is now available in the Roll20 marketplace.