Tabletop Playground Early Access

Early Access to Tabletop Playground for Windows is now underway on Humble* and Steam in an effort to drink Tabletop Simulator under the table. This includes virtual reality support and carries a 10% launch discount. Here's a cinematic Early Access Launch Trailer and here's why you might want to roll the dice with this one:
If you are anything like us, and love trying new board games or replaying the classics, then Tabletop Playground is the game for you. The physics have been finely tuned so dice bounce over the table in a satisfying manner, and the Unreal Engine powered 3D environments means your polished mahogany gaming table has never looked better.

An incredibly easy to use but powerful editor with JavaScript support allows anyone to become a creator. Already 100 games have been shared by the community, and more are being added daily. Best of all underserved genres such as wargaming, which are tough to make in other sandboxes, are supported here with mechanics specifically made for playing with miniatures.

Today's early access release on Steam and Humble is a fully featured game, but despite that we've got a full road-map of new features and content on the way. New tools for the editor, further localizations, more VR headsets supported and a marketplace for professional board game creators are among the updates we plan to add during the early access period.

We look forward to seeing you in-game!

Tabletop Playground Features

  • Play alone or with up to 8 players online
  • Realistic physics ensure each move and dice role is satisfying and fun
  • Gorgeous 3D environments for immersive and more epic game sessions
  • Accessible controls with VR support for Oculus Rift & HTC VIVE
  • In-game editor and JavaScript support gives creators unrivalled flexibility
  • Cross platform mod support using with 100 games already made
  • In-depth support for miniatures, wargaming and niche genres

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Re: Tabletop Playground Early Access
May 17, 2020, 09:20
Re: Tabletop Playground Early Access May 17, 2020, 09:20
May 17, 2020, 09:20
BTW, I confirmed it doesn't really require a GTX 760 in the forum.

Domgrief wrote on May 16, 2020, 04:52:
El Presidente, I'm probably wrong about this again, but do you need an affiliate tag on that humble store link?

This looks really promising, though with a minimum listed requirement of a GTX 760 that probably knocks out half of the people I play TTS with.

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