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Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Industrial Spacecraft Corridors
by Sean P.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 09/22/2017 14:56:15
Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Industrial Spacecraft Corridors These things are THE BEST! If I followed the instructions in their video and printed it on cardstock and made the walls lay over the corridor itself, I'd have gotten the 2.5D effect. But, I got lazy and just printed them out. I have used modular tiles before (Wizards, etc) and hated them because they didn't work right, too hard to organize. Not these! The heroic maps were just perfect and I loved them.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Let's Play All Units Engage
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Peabody Games
Date Added: 09/21/2017 23:29:33
Let's Play All Units Engage Seemingly simple yet with a surprisingly deep tactical depth this is a great preview of a ruleset I'm excited to see more of. Our first game took ~90 minutes, and I'm guessing with setting things up and reading the rules you could be done within 2 hours of opening this pdf. I've written a longer review following our first play through on my [blog](http://miniatureinsurrection.blogspot.ca/2017/09/all--
units-engage-basic-infantry.html).

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Handcrafted Dungeons:: Basic Dungeon Tiles set 2
by John G.
Publisher: Outland Arts
Date Added: 09/20/2017 12:54:55
Handcrafted Dungeons:: Basic Dungeon Tiles set 2 Handcrafted Dungeons (Both sets) are fantastic- i have had my eye on them for a while and just bought them and arranged for pro printing. The 'maker' quality of them is just beautiful. lighting, texture, doors, traps and details, plus all the printing and furnish level options. I can't recommend them highly enough. I am eager for the caves sets! If you buy only one set of tiles, buy two and make them HCD!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Handcrafted Dungeons:: Basic Dungeon Tiles set 1
by John G.
Publisher: Outland Arts
Date Added: 09/20/2017 12:33:32
Handcrafted Dungeons:: Basic Dungeon Tiles set 1 I have looked at *tons* of dungeon tiles, computer rendered, painted, drawn, inked, and none come even close to these. The fellow who published them actually built them out of clay and other materials, lit them and took photos of them to make the tiles. The results are nothing less than spectacular. I can't say strongly enough how much i enjoy them, where using, planning or just admiring the craftsmanship that went into them. I've always liked the idea of 3d dungeons, but lacked the space to make or store them. This stuff solves that problem elegantly. If you buy only one set of tiles, make it Handcrafted Dungeons. Full Disclosure: I am in no way shape or form affiliated with HCD, they are just that awesome that I was willing to eat the Canadian $ exchange so you other folks can get a good price on a fantastic resource. I even printed them out on 11x17 paper to make them larger for my kids to move figures around on. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Asylum
by Seth D.
Publisher: DramaScape
Date Added: 09/19/2017 19:17:22
The Asylum This map product is 5 full color 32 x 30 inch levels of a Victorian Asylum. That bit was easy for me to gloss over, but seriously, there's 5 levels to this this building. What I was looking for was a product that I could download, print out, gluestick to carboard, and use for the entireity of a spooky dungeon crawl, with 1-inch grid movement spaces for tactical combat in my 1-inch game of choice, without having to put together any "build as you go" tiles, in a single file. That's exactly was this was. This was the Asylum-themed "dungeon in a pdf" that I needed. I'll never need another one....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONLOCK Ultimate: Dragonlock Edges
by Garrett C.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 09/19/2017 15:13:48
DRAGONLOCK Ultimate: Dragonlock Edges Remove using pliers at the very center. Any other way makes it break super easy. I ran my broken edges over a lighter and fused them back together. It will probably look fine after a paint but avoid the hassle if you can.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Quarters
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:56:20
Space Station 10 - Quarters > I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see h...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Merchants
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:50:24
Space Station 10 - Merchants I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see he ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Mechanics
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:49:38
Space Station 10 - Mechanics I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see he ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Security
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:48:22
Space Station 10 - Security I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see he ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Docking
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:47:10
Space Station 10 - Docking I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see he ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Construction
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:45:19
Space Station 10 - Construction I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see he ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space Station 10 - Command
by Dennis A.
Publisher: Wydraz
Date Added: 09/17/2017 14:43:55
Space Station 10 - Command I must congratulate Wyldraz on developing a unique and elegant solution on making a *curved* map with squares. The slight fudging of the outer paths do not significantly detract from the standard sizing of the squares. Unfortunately, as presented being printed out on only two sheets of standard paper, the map works out to to an odd 18mm size per square - neither of the major standards of either 1/2" or 1" scale for tabletop figures. Wyldraz original map sheets work out to 97.5" (just over 8') for the inner wall diameter of the wheeled station; about 125 inches (10.5 feet) for the outside radius. (Anyone want to play Space Hulk on the concrete parking pad for the whole station at once?) I've modified my copies in GIMP to get a full 1" scale, and each segment prints out on four standard sheets. This yields a 11.5 feet for the inner diameter of the wheeled station, or 14' 9" for the outer diameter. This series is still very useful as representational maps - and I am glad to see he ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Trains: Wild West
by Zak G.
Publisher: DramaScape
Date Added: 09/15/2017 11:50:59
Trains: Wild West I am rating this product with 1 star only because despite saying that the product is virtual tabletop friendly, it is anything but. The trains themselves are fine, but with nontransparent jpgs the product is as good as useless to me (and others I\\\'m sure). Note: I reviewed this product previously, and linked to a competing product I would rather recommend. However, drivethrurpg has determined linking competing products to be against policy.

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Contraption Set One: The Black Unicorn vs Thugs
by Paul a. M. T.
Publisher: Okumarts Games
Date Added: 09/15/2017 11:43:22
Contraption Set One: The Black Unicorn vs Thugs A nice, clean set with excellent character art, I bought this set with no idea who the Black Unicorn is and I still don't know. I run a 2e AD&D campaign set in 1890 on an alternate version of Earth and needed figures for a good steampunk setting. David's Contraption sets were just the ticket. I bought sets 1 & 2 and hope there will be more. I don't know quite what to do with the Black Unicorn, but the 44 thugs, er, gentlemen that accompanied him have made quite a contribution to my campaign. The blokes handling those chains were a bit of a bother to cut out, I recommend a fresh blade when you start on them....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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