Spending the weekend to 3D print a set of dungeony variety is not a bad idea - if you have a 3D printer at home.
Thingiverse user dutchmogul uploaded his Pocket-Dungeons set - "a modular, competitive dungeon-crawl for two to six players."
Pocket-Dungeons are designed in TinkerCAD and printed on the MakerBot Replicator.
With modular, tile-based board design and randomized events, no two games will be alike. Dynamic, tactical game play allows for quick resolution as players control treasure-hungry dungeon delvers vying for gold and glory.
This game has been designed with Pocket-Tactics in mind and the pieces and rules sets will be able to cross over and expand the depth of each range.
Find the files for 3D printing and instructions on Thingiverse.
Posted in 3D Printing Applications
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