"How can I escape this labyrinth of suffering?"
Modular map tiles are a concept I've been toying with for a long time now. A while ago, I had the inspiration for an intricate set of modular maze-themed tiles that a game master could use to fill gaps in their dungeon crawls, and just generally torment their players with. I'd been debating how and if I wanted to release it, and decided that this time around, I was going to try something different - rather than go my usual route of doing another production run of paper craft products, I'd throw this one out there as a set of digital image files, for my backers to do with as they please!
So here it is: my modular maze and dungeon tile set, available here for only $1. Each image is 4"x4", and comes in three different resolutions: 300 dpi (dots per inch) for printing hard copies, and 70 and 50 DPI for use with Virtual Table Top software packages. It includes 5 basic dungeon room and hallway tiles, and 7 labyrinth tiles. These images can be assembled to form larger dungeon and labyrinth maps, and all have a basic stone/granite theme. Although the images are full-color, if you're printing on a budget, they still look pretty good in black and white/grayscale.
I may eventually try to do a production run of hard-copy labyrinth tile sets; if so, they will probably feature the same graphics, and consist of a set of 48 4"x4" laminated card stock tiles, each with 2-sided full color graphics. If that's a product you're potentially interested in, this is your chance to get a digital preview for only $1!
Risks and challenges
This will be my first time delivering a digital product via email. Still, it should be pretty straightforward, and I don't foresee any particular difficulties.
I'm still in the process of doing order fulfillment for some of my paper craft products; however, as this is not a physical product, it will not affect the time frames for my current production runs in any way.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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