Developing great new content to better support isometric mapping in MapForge in various genres.
I'm a huge fan of map-making software and apps for my fantasy RPGs, largely due to my love of maps and my lack of artistic ability. Ah well, you can't win them all.
MapForge is one of the more interesting mapping apps I've found that works on both PCs (WinDoze) and Macs. Yes, as a Mac user, that is a huge selling point for me. You can also give the software a spin for free.
MapForge is easy-to-use software for Windows and Mac OS that makes high-quality maps for printing or for use in virtual tabletop software (e.g., Roll20, Fantasy Grounds, Foundry VTT, etc.).
It can be used for free (no license required for low resolution output).
Comes with 52 free content Add-Ons (covering a variety of game genres and mapping styles).
You can download and try the software out for yourself, to evaluate it and see if the program is what you want/expect it to be.
MapForge is from the same folks behind the BattleGrounds VTT, one of the first VTTs that I got my hands on. Heruca is second to none when it comes to supporting his customers (I've reached out in the past and he's been golden). The current Kickstarter is for Isometric Mapping Content, but you can also grab a license for MapForge itself if you are new to the app.Talking Crit Live! with Alex Macis - ACKS II
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