Terrain and Maps
Jan 10, 2019
New scenery available for wargames tables from Deep Cut Studios – stripes of roads and rivers!
That’s 6 feet of continuous terrain for your table, ready to go out of the box, printed on mousepad (neoprene) material, easy to cut and make any junctions, turns and layout you can imagine.
They have a Dirt Road, Cobblestone Road and River stripe available.
Dimensions: 9 cm in width, 183 cm (6 feet) in length
– The paint are soaked into the material and will never scratch or fade off
– Non slippery backing to keep the tiles on the table
– Instant tile flatness and smooth surface
– Easy to cut with snap-off blade or scissors to make any layout, turns and junctions
Dec 27, 2018
For all the players that need a wargaming tabletop to set spectacular and dramatic WW2 air conflicts, Pwork Wargames presents the new great game mat design Sky of War.
Prepare your air fighter squadrons to fierce aerial combats on the new gaming mat Sky of War by Pwork Wargames: take your planes off and lead them in the skies above the Channel, revive the glorious airfights of the Second World War! Clouds and shadows make this game mat extremely realistic and perfectly compatible with wargames like Blood Red Skies and Wings of Glory.
Like all the other products of the Battle Mats range of Pwork, this awesome new release is resistant, practical and easy to store: the best solutions to turn your tabletop into a real battlefield. Its high-detailed graphic grants a wonderful and great-looking setting for your favourite wargames.
Nov 23, 2018
This small church, named after a famous saint, has been used for worship by generations of villagers. The graveyard is full of their ancestors, with the more noble members of the community buried in the crypt. The living fill the pews, worshipping in the simple but pleasant church.
Storeys: The Church of St Pixtus the Martyr is a printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone game board, or combine with any same-scale tile set.
Contents: A set of 20 x 30 maps depicting a traditional NW European church. The nave of the church has a pulpit, pews and font, with the chancel and apse housing a small altar. An additional nave has been built to the side, and this is home to a small chapel. A bell tower is accessed by stairs, and a ladder leads to the roof of the tower. A set of stairs lead below the church to the crypt
Oct 11, 2018
The Big Book of Battle Mats is the award-winning set of fantasy mats to keep your party rolling through any and every random encounter.
58 wipe clean maps will lead you through dungeons, along winding marsh tracks, past suspicious looking lairs and even into throne rooms on your quest for danger, excitement and treasure. And very possibly a little bit of a fight. Designed to spark the imagination, as well as illustrate encounters using the handy grid format, the Big Book of Battle Mats offers endless flexibility. You can play each map page individually or use the lay flat format to play across the complimentary opposing pages as one larger version.
The Big Book of Battle Mats Features
- 58 Wipe Clean pages of Battle Mats for RPG encounters
- Wipe clean format – The Big Book is fully laminated
- Wire Bound lay flat format
- Linked designs on opposing pages so option to play on A3 map
- Fantasy Themed
- 1 inch grid throughout
Winner of the People’s Choice Award for Best Accessory at the UK Games Expo The Big Book is now available from all good retailers!
Oct 3, 2018
Heroic Maps releases Storeys: Down The Well.
Drybon Well is a well-known landmark. Sitting atop a small hillock, it has provided the nearby villages with fresh water for as long as anyone can remember. If only they knew what was really down there…
- A multiple level map consisting of a 5 battlemaps, each depicting a different level beneath a well, linked by the well shaft that connects them vertically.
- Surface- a 20×20 map depicting a small well on a hill in a peaceful countryside setting.
- Caverns – a 10×10 map showing a fungus cavern beneath the surface
- The Halls – a 10×15 map of a grand hall, the walls lined with statues of death
- The Crypt – A 10×15 map of a small tomb complex
- The Lower Levels – a 20×20 map depicting the pool of water the well draws from, sitting in the middle of an ancient ruined catacomb,
July 13, 2018
Brigade Models give us that sinking feeling with the release of some stellar sci-fi sunken/underground terrain models in 6mm!
The desert is a harsh environment, with the combination of sun, sand and wind making life difficult for anyone trying to eke out an existence among the dunes. Some colonists have tried to protect themselves from the climate by digging themselves into the terrain and building their houses, workshops underground. In some cases they’ve built above ground and then buried the structures under a layer of plascrete and sand, leaving just the doors and windows exposed, with a few vents and exhausts.
For want of a better name, we’ve called these ones Sunken Structures. They’re based around a courtyard sunk into the ground around 25 feet or so, with doors and tunnels leading off from the open central area. Windows and vents pierce the side walls and exhaust towers protrude above the surface. Access from ground level can be by simple stairs cut into the rock or elevators running up the side of the pits. Some are accessed through small entrance buildings on the surface above. One of the structures is an octagonal pit with a large workshop door off to one side, intended as a below-ground landing bay.
The models are one-piece resin castings. They’re all cast as simple square or rectangular pieces, and all are 25mm deep – the idea is for them to be modeled into a terrain baseboard or hill/mesa using 25mm thick insulation foam.