Roll20 -- Virtual tabletop gaming that tells a story

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    1. Travis Lee Cheng on April 27, 2012

      I can't wait for the beta!

    2. Cory on April 27, 2012

      Fantasy Grounds and WoTC should be quaking in their boots.

      Seriously, I can't believe it took this long for someone to come up with a decent virtual tabletop. My group is chomping at the bit for the Beta!

    3. Shoganai on April 27, 2012

      Agreed Cory... I tried WoTC most recently... and was left wanting. The ease of use that I saw in the video for this project? It had me salivating. Can't wait for the Beta so I can start to prepare for my first test drive with my group :D

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      Eric Dalquist on April 27, 2012

      Same boat here ... our whole group is anxiously awaiting the beta!

    5. Daniel McDeavitt on April 27, 2012

      I am running Pathfinder games but am moving to Xiamen, China in 2 weeks. My groups and I are all funding this to make it happen so we can continue adventures online!!! well done!!!

    6. Seizui on April 27, 2012

      This sounds pretty sweet. Can't wait to try this out.

    7. Nick Celebic on April 27, 2012

      I'm proud to back this project and get my first online campaign running! C'mon beta!

    8. Matthew Whiteacre on April 27, 2012

      My group all played back in college (long long ago) and now that we are spread across 3 cities we want something to let us keep playing. We've tried several options, which are acceptable, but this sounds really nice.

    9. V' on April 28, 2012

      this is going to help with two of our campaigns over the summer, I can't wait to try out the beta. ^_^ (already getting music to load for my own)

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      Iceciro on April 28, 2012

      Myself and a group of friends all play D&D online, but the current virtual tabletop solutions all have glaring problems; one of which is that I have to play tech support to people who have trouble installing or connecting. I'm banking on the browser-based solution fixing this issue. Also, it already seems quite feature-rich.

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      Arasin Staubly on April 30, 2012

      Our game has six players + GM who play from six different cities, four different timezones, and two different countries.

      The browser-based "TWIDDLA" is what we use right now as our map-board but it is twitchy, awkward, and vulnerable to the random 'troller' who finds our 'room'. We also have to use Skype for our voice interaction and it gets rather tetchy when we have everyone online at once.

      I have seriously examined some of the program-type gaming options, but that involves EVERYONE loading it to any machine they may be called on to use in their household. ...and if they have a problem? I am NOT what anyone would call skilled at tech support - more like good enough to know how much I don't know.

      I am very much looking forward to the beta release - I expect this will be well worth the contribution. (Just wish I could afford the super-dooper-spiffy-cool level!)