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Dwarven Forge Game Tiles: Affordable Adventuring

by Lambert Varias
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Dwarven Forge is known in the tabletop gaming world as a provider of high quality miniature terrain. But with high quality comes a high price tag. Until now. The company has launched a Kickstarter fundraiser for their new product called Game Tiles. They’re more affordable that Dwarven Forge’s current sets but are still durable and beautiful.

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As you can see the tiles are meant to evoke a dungeon setting. Each set of Game Tiles is made of 34 pieces, which consists of straight walls, corner walls, floors and swinging doors. With the exception of the doors, all of the pieces have a 2″ x 2″ area, so you can rearrange them as you see fit and even combine multiple sets together. Game Tiles will come in two variants: one that’s been pre-painted and one with a uniform dark gray finish.

Here’s Dwarven Forge’s Kickstarter pitch:

Pledge at least $65 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a set of Game Tiles. I don’t even play tabletop RPGs anymore and I still want a set.

[via Geekosystem]

 

 

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