Bug Hunt Corridors terrain project on Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jan 12th, 2013

Bug Hunt Corridors is a new sci-fi terrain project up on Kickstarter.
Game over, man! Game over!

From the campaign:

Bug Hunt Corridors is a fully modular system of laser fabricated terrain for use with 28mm miniature wargames. Each individual corridor piece is a multipart model kit made from hobby grade plywood, cut and engraved to high detail by a CO2 laser. The modular design of Bug Hunt Corridors allows the gamer to make an endless variety of layouts because each section will match up exactly to any other section. With straight sections, intersections, and corners, (not to mention many exciting stretch goal additions) your corridor layout can be as compact or as sprawling as you wish.

Bug Hunt Corridors represent the winding passageways of any number of wargame settings. Perhaps you are gaming the interior of an alien ship, or a colony established on a far away planet. In the Victorian Era the corridors might be the interior of a giant zeppelin or the mountain lair of an evil mastermind. For the modern gamer, Bug Hunt Corridors easily stands in for any military instillation. And for the post-apocalyptic, the twists and turns of the corridors may hide a swarm of zombies around any corner.

For all of these gamers, it is my goal to provide high quality, interesting terrain that will greatly add to their game. Fight inside them, fight outside them. It is completely up to the player. Interact with the terrain exactly as you wish your troops to. Visually stunning, and highly flexible and playable, Bug Hunt Corridors will add just that much more to any miniatures wargame.

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  • Already pledged. Looks like a good product.

  • I know I work for a terrain company but we don’t have anything like this (yet) and I really like the looks of this. I will be pledging!

  • Darsc Zacal

    I’ve already backed this too. Looks amazing, and that’s with only seeing it unpainted.

  • surprize

    These look really good, but I worry a little bit that this has all the makings of a kickstarter success disaster. We’ve got a one-man show with one piece of equipment, so there is a finite amount of product he can physically generate in the time. If he goes beyond this he’s going to have to buy a 2nd laser and possible hire staff which is unlikely to be in the business model. I’ve seen KS before where given the model moderate success is a real win, but massive success can actually sink the project.

    I don’t know how long a laser takes to run, but if pledges stay at the initial level averaged across the time of the KS then he’s going to have around 20,000 laser cut frames to make…

  • lathanm

    I love the look and if he can pull it off great! Looking at the designs there is allot of cut and engrave time in each section. I know from experience with my equipment he is running at least 30-45min cut times for the engraving but it will be worth it. Getting a second laser will be a huge boots. Going to a higher wattage machine will really cut the times down. I wish him luck.