Fantastic looking sailing ship with multiple levels and great detail. Got it on sale, so could not beat the price.
There is a little overlap to the print version thatI like--gives you a little leeway when cutting / taping / glueing.
Will definitely look at their other products as a result.
Wonderful, I plan to use it as a military base in the future but for now it has been a valid source for other kind of buildings, like an office in a city. Even if you don't need a full base, it's very helpful in a bunch of situations, as a base it's very detailed and feels authentic.
This is a fairly simple and straight forward product. It will not win any awards as a coloring book, but it fits the style of ADB ship design well. I appreciate that just the ships are presented instead of being in action poses like a more traditional coloring book. The price point is excellent as well.
UNBELIEVABLY GREAT DEAL FOR TWO BUCKS. Just played the first act cooperatively with a friend. like a classic dungeon crawl, well matched challenges, and some tense moments! PLEASE keep published adventures coming, this game is my FROSTGRAVE killer and my goto system for dungeon crawling mow, replacing all the silly board games.
I hope I can change this review, I just wanted to come back here after my first run and simply say this game is solo-player's dream- everything you could ask for. Progressive dungeon, simple combat, wonderful details throughout. If you are solo-player this is a must have!
This is a nice add on to ACTA Star Fleet. It makes the ship cards a lot more usable than those in the main book, which, I think, were just for reference. They print two of the same ones to a landscape US letter sheet. Cutting them, they are the same size as Fed Com ship cards. I am laminating them as I bought a pack of half-sheet laminating packs on Amazon I used for Fed Com sheets.
The layout make ship's much more playable on the table. If you play, this is a good way to go.
Good product, a nice range of classic character classes are represented. The skin tone variation is a nice touch, you don't always get that. The minis look nice on cardstock and fold well. The basing type is a bit unusual, but it works.
Rules are fine and provide a good game (I already had the original version), but the pdf is a rather poor scan, blurry in places and lots of artifacting. I've been wanting to pick up the new version for ages and finally did and instead of being chuffed I am a bit deflated after having a look. (I have contacted Wargame Vault as per their instructions on the review page but I think folks should be aware.)
Edit: Having contacted Wargame Vault per their instructions and exchanged a few emails they sent me what appeared to be the same file again, still blurry and poor quality scan. Lowered my score as a result.
The rules are great, the scan not so much. Even a clean black and white scan would be preferable to the current one. (I tried to attach images, the review page has a button to do so, but they do not seem to actually show up in the actual review.)...