We’re working our way there, everyone. We’ve made it to Thursday. Just the rest of today and then Friday and we’ll be set for the weekend. Mine’s looking like it’ll be full of teaching someone Warmachine and then actually getting Guild Ball out on the table and playing. Both of those games need some terrain to really mix things up. I mean, sure, you could play them on flat, open boards, but where’s the fun in that? Thankfully, there’s terrain options. And we’ve got some more options available with this Terrain Corner.
Today’s articles include: Battlemap Layers Up On Kickstarter, Victorian Steampunk Modular Tabletop Terrain On Kickstarter, Warsenal releases Cosmica Wave Two for Infinity, Pwork Releases Darkburg Fantasy Gaming Mat, Manorhouse Workshop Update #13 – Inside the ruins, and Acheson’s Dungeon Worlds KickStarter Releases New Products.
Battlemap Layers are an extremely versatile tool that enhances the visual appeal of your role-playing, skirmish, or war games. The tiles and objects are printed in vibrant, high resolution color graphics on a smooth vinyl surface and have a protective exterior coating allowing for wet and dry marker erasability while protecting the color images.
Below their printed surface lies a strong and durable layer of crisscrossing fibers that resist tearing and stretching while allowing easy customization with scissors or a craft knife. The bottom is coated with a long-lasting adhesive which sticks to nearly any sealed surface making the tiles and objects easy to remove or re-position thousands of times with virtually no residue left behind.
TabletopGamer.com is proud to announce our very first Kickstarter campaign!
With this campaign we are launching a fully modular Victorian Steampunk tabletop terrain system for 28-32mm tabletop games.
We are proud to unveil the second set of releases for the Cosmica Colony line of terrain for Infinity The Game!
The Cosmica Water Storage Building is based on the longer Gamma Frame.
And of course, the Water Storage Facade is available separately, with or without interior pipes for extra detail.
The Cosmica Small Hallway Building is just like its big brother, but based on the smaller Zeta Frame.
The Small Hallway Facades are also available separately.
Also based on the Zeta Frame, we have the new Cosmica Coolant Building and Cosmica Fuel Building.
And of course, their facades available individually.
The new Interior Doors allow you to connect several Cosmica buildings together end-to-end.
The Access Panel is an exterior door for planets where the Cosmica airlock is not necessary. The Second Story Access Panel is specifically designed to be used on upper floors, where it can open onto the Cosmica Roof.
All of these fantastic new elements can be combined with the existing Cosmica Colony range for maximum modularity and detail! Find them all in the Warsenal Store.
Classic Pwork’s gaming mat! We present the great game mat design: Darkburg
The Game Mat Darkburg is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4×6’ (122x183cm), 4×4’ (122x122cm), 3×3’ (92x92cm), 3×6′ (92x183cm), representing the scenery of an abandoned village, among whose deserted streets and spectral buildings can hide any kind of danger.
The Wargame Mat Darkburg offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among winding streets, dark corners and decaying buildings. The mat is a perfect fantasy setting for urban-skirmish game play, and also ideal for historical cityfights! Are you ready to battle?
Follow us between the ruins of the abbey.
Hello dungeoneers and good evening!
In an effort to entice new backers and reward current supporters, we’ve designed an exclusive river component designed for the Arched Stone Bridge. Like all of our water pieces, this particular river piece comes with your choice of a blue or green water insert and best of all, at no extra charge!
And how can we make this deal even sweeter? How about a 4×4 inch Straight River Section as a Stretch Goal after we unlock the Wall of Flames?
Dungeon Worlds Part 2 on Kickstarter through March 2. Visit to learn more!