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You want customizable dungeon tiles for your RPG and war games miniatures, but the other guys want big money for their stuff. There are battle mats...Twenty bucks plus shipping?! Screw that! And be careful, if you don't wipe that mat right away, it will stain. Same goes for those complicated and expensive cut-up scenery sets. Sure they make a good table, but how much time do you have for model construction? How portable is a bunch of cardstock buildings? Do you want to mark up a building that took an hour to build? Give the Kaiser a couple bucks and he will give you a battlefield & dungeon as big as the world that fits nicely in a notebook folder!

The DOLLAR DUNGEON$ Floors set comes with 9 different high-quality floor tile patterns for color and B&W printers, plus a color cave-rock hexagonal tile set and a bonus set of stand-up doors. Print a bunch, Cut 'em up, Lay 'em down, and Rearrange those paper rooms to form any size dungeon you need for your adventures! Draw on it, spill Mountain Dew on it! If your wargames need an interior floorplan, here you go!


A friend asked me how much cheaper it was to use the DOLLAR DUNGEON$ Floors than a typical vinyl "battle-mat". I knew it was less expensive, but not by how much, so I decided to do a little math to figure it out.

I went online to find the biggest mat I could, and located a fine 34?" x 48" (11? square feet) specimen priced at $29.99 plus shipping. I printed out one copy of the regular 1" tiles gray-scale floor and took it to my local print shop with a $2.00 package of cardstock. They printed 20 copies for $2.00; 34" x 55" (12? square feet). So that's $4.00 for the dungeon and then add the sale price for the set. Compare that to 30 clams for the battle-mat. Math is your friend!

Even if you wanted to spend thirty bucks at the print shop, you could get a dungeon of a whopping 11' x 17?' (192? square feet!!) that looks like dungeon stone tiles (instead of perfect "oyster brown" squares) and you could keep the whole thing in a trapper-keeper! That's just too neat to pass up if you ask me!

Don't waste your precious time gluing together some castle or tavern you'll only use once! Worse, you might over-use it to justify the $15+ price-tag and make your players groan when you pull it out yet again. We all know how miniatures solve arguments and area-effects in combat. You will appreciate having a fantastic looking portable and versatile battle mat without paying battle mat prices. Most gamers will appreciate having a dungeon they can use without knocking over walls or play on without waiting a thousand years while you set it up. Get your DOLLAR DUNGEON$ today and play on them tonight!

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June 15th, 2012
totally awesome. This item is a tru gem and a must for any gamer. [...]
December 16th, 2006
Good cheap floors. works well for palces I didn't have a better look. <br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: look ok and was cheap to buy<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Sat [...]
July 23rd, 2006
Great set of basic floorplans to print out and use for miniature games like Star Wars and D&D. <br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: Everything<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Nothing<br><br><b>QUALITY< [...]
September 18th, 2005
Exactly what I was looking for, namely A4 size sheets I can print and tape together to make a battlemat. 8 sheets almost exactly replace a D&D Miniatures battlemat. The pack contains square, staggered square and hexagonal grids in several different [...]
October 5th, 2004
For the money, you get a good, useful product. being able to print out these dungeon floors could be handy for most games that use minatures and movement as a big part of their tactics (read: d20 games). However, some of these floors don't prin [...]
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