Thursday, July 5, 2012

TableTop Forge Kickstarter is in It's Final Stretch - Here's Pushing For the 3D Dice Roller!

The TableTop Forge Kickstarter has 3 days to go. It has already blown past it's original goal, numerous stretch goals and has one final goal - 3D dice.

Let me type that gain - 3D Dice. Rollable with your mouse. Holy crap! 

I love my VTTs. I've supported most of them. I've used more than my fair share. TableTop Forge is the VTT I've moved up to.

Lets see if they can hit 40k and we can roll some dice!  

Wait a second? Those dice better include the wacky DCC RPG Dice! ;)

Here's the latest update from the TableTop Forge Kickstarter:

We've taken our coolest level and packed it with all the best goodies. Anyone who pledges the Elven Longsword level will get:

- The Full Backpack
- A 4-hour gaming session with the creator of Far West, Mecha, Spark, Dungeon World, or Narosia
- Eureka: 501 Adventure Plots to Inspire Game Masters, by Engine Publishing
- Masks: 1,000 Memorable NPCs for Any Roleplaying Game, by Engine Publishing
- The full 82-card Tarot of Dreams deck fully integrated with your Tabletop Forge game and ready to play.

Of course, you also get to see the app during development, submit bug and feature requests before anyone else and have your name immortalized in the app's donor list. 

And before you ask, yes, anyone who pledges above the Elven Longsword level also gets the tarot deck and the PDFs from Engine Publishing.

We're less than $4,000 away from our final stretch goal too, so if we pass that everyone gets 3D rolling dice that you can roll with your mouse. How cool will that be?


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  3. If you are trying to get people to buy your dice rolling app for android, at least comment in some way about the post itself.



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