The screech of steel meeting steel, the rattle of gunfire, and the pungent reek of gasoline fills the air as mechanical monstrosities battle across a rural horizon of rolling rocky hills, quaint farmsteads and horse-drawn carts...
Meanwhile, the cities are technological wonders: vast skyscrapers tower over sparkling city streets as hovering public trams rattle through overflowing shopping districts... [click here for more]
Hello and thank you for taking the time to view this wonderful battle maps. Included in here are 10 30x30 jpg maps that you can print out and use in your home game. There are tons of options that you can use with these maps but they really shine when you are running those dnd encounters. Your going to get 2 shipment maps with shipping containers and pallets spread around to walk around and fight through.... [click here for more]
3D Printable SciFi OpenLOCK Compatible Tiles for Gaming
Contains over over 90 models of walls, bases, gates and swap-able center pieces
Modular tiles within tiles, having created a variety of plain square base templates with empty middle slots. The middle slots allows the option to swap out different "center pieces" to suit different game set ups while allowing for greater variety. For example, during... [click here for more]
This set includes a sub set of tile, gate and center piece that form the entrance area leading to the main room with more tiles, gate and center pieces forming corridors and smaller pathways. There will be different variations of them unlocked through stretch goals.
The base set now consists of over 80 pieces. There is a main base tile piece that is designed to work with center pieces including those... [click here for more]
For this volume I have picked train station as the theme as I have never designed anything train related before. (Interesting fact – I used to be an HO scale model railroad enthusiast when I was a kid!). Picking a theme really helps me stay focused. Then I thought, why not have a train battle take place within the station with bridge going from one platform to another? Using crates and containers... [click here for more]