Ill Gotten Games' Pocket Tactics is a tile-based strategy game in which fantasy forces battle for control of the world. The game is fast-paced (most games lasting between 20-45 minutes) and is so small that it all fits in a little felt bag and the play area rarely takes up more than a foot of table space. Pocket Tactics is also the first open-source miniatures game designed to be manufactured on a 3D printer.
The team at Ill Gotten Games is introducing the second version of their Legion of the High King against the Tribes of the Dark Forest to 3D printing enthusiasts. All models are designed in Sculptris and TinkerCAD.
All 3D models were printed at 10% infill with 2 shells and a layer height of 0.1mm. Models were then painted with model acrylics.
You can download stl files of all parts here on Thingiverse.
(Images credit: Ill Gotten Games)
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