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Looks just like a real tabletop
Looks just like a real tabletop

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Logging in to your account is not working for the iOS and Android apps at the moment. I'm currently working on a fix for that. I don't have an ETA, but I will keep you updated.

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Deleting Maps and Miniatures is now Easier in 3D Virtual Tabletop

I’ve added a Delete button in the Maps and Miniatures screens so you can more easily delete maps and minis you’ve imported. This is great if you made a spelling mistake when you brought it in, or if the grid wasn’t lined up correctly on a map.
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Flat Miniature Tokens now in 3D Virtual Tabletop

In 3D Virtual Tabletop Online, you can now set your miniatures to be flat tokens. This lets you do a whole lot of cool things:

1. When someone gets knocked unconscious, you can make the miniature flat, to indicate to everyone what just happened. Another miniature can be moved into their space, and you can still see both miniatures, and easily manipulate them.

2. Conditions, such as On Fire or Poisoned, or anything else, can be marked with half-sized tokens, using any symbol you want to upload.

3. Props that lend themselves to being flat, such as pile of coins or something else on the floor, can be represented with flat tokens.

4. Larger flat tokens are great for area effects. If you put a larger token, such as for a fireball, on an area with smaller tokens, such as for individual creatures, the smaller ones appear on top so you can still see and edit them.

5. Flat tokens can be rotated as usual, and maintain their orientation in top-down view, which can be handy for things like space battles.
I’ve found these useful in my own game, and I hope you do too.

Also, as someone requested, I’ve added a new command to the chat:
/clear – it will remove all the currently displayed chat messages to give a better view of the map.


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Easier Map Importing in 3D Virtual Tabletop Online

Over the last week, I’ve made it easier to import your own maps into 3DVTT. You can now drag the grid around to line it up, and there are buttons for fine tuning if needed. The guidelines for the grid can be either black or white, to suit any map, whether a forested wilderness or deep space. It also includes 2 views of the map, so you can see opposite edges of the map at the same time, to ensure the grid lines up everywhere. This is especially useful for those tricky maps that aren’t well formatted, making them a breeze to add. The video demonstrates all of these new things, both with a basic map, and a more complicated one.

https://youtu.be/SVOQDEWdlPs

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Easier Map Importing in 3D Virtual Tabletop Online

Over the last week, I’ve made it easier to import your own maps into 3DVTT. You can now drag the grid around to line it up, and there are buttons for fine tuning if needed. The guidelines for the grid can be either black or white, to suit any map, whether a forested wilderness or deep space. It also includes 2 views of the map, so you can see opposite edges of the map at the same time, to ensure the grid lines up everywhere. This is especially useful for those tricky maps that aren’t well formatted, making them a breeze to add. The video demonstrates all of these new things, both with a basic map, and a more complicated one.

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Easier 3D Terrain in 3D Virtual Tabletop

Using 3D terrain in 3D Virtual Tabletop is now much easier. You can do things in less clicks and Modify button is gone, since you don’t need it any more. Check out the video to see the refined experience.

The latest online version also allows Kickstarter backers to claim their subscription rewards by entering a promo code. Instructions on how to do that are in the latest Kickstarter update. If you supported the campaign with a late pledge, email me at support@3dvirtualtabletop.com and I’ll tell you how to claim yours.

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3D Virtual Tabletop comes to the web with 3D terrain.
https://youtu.be/xF2JTCQJ134 I've been working on this for a while, glad to finally have it publicly available.

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3D Virtual Tabletop comes to the web with 3D Terrain
https://youtu.be/xF2JTCQJ134 I've been working on this for a while, glad to finally make it publicly available.

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3D Virtual Tabletop comes to the web with 3D terrain
https://youtu.be/xF2JTCQJ134

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3D Virtual Tabletop Comes to the Web with 3D Terrain

An awesome new version of 3D Virtual Tabletop is available online right now at 3dvtt.com/game. You can play in your web browser on your Mac or PC, and it even works great in Safari on iPad. Lots of fun to be had with some cool new stuff:

• 3D Terrain
• Dynamic miniature resizing
• Buttons for rotating miniatures
• Locking your view of the tabletop into 1 of 3 angles – low, high, or top-down
• Marketplace
• Text chat and dice rolling

This new online version is not compatible with the existing mobile versions. My short term plan for this is to make the web version work really well in mobile browsers. So far it runs really well on iPad, with some more work for me to do to make it feel just as good on iPhone and Android.

Subscriptions have also been simplified, no longer do you need everyone in your group to pay. You can try it out for free, and when you want to take things further, only one person in the group needs to pay $4.99 / month, rather than everyone having to chip in $0.99 / month. This changes things slightly for some Kickstarter backers. My current plan to handle this is to increase the rewards at some levels, such as by extending the term of the reward subscription, to ensure people feel like they are getting more than backing at a lower level.

The addition of the marketplace also means I have an avenue to deliver many of the other rewards from the Kickstarter. Those will be included as I fill out the shop. Rewards for iOS and Android will be transferable to this new web version. Claiming your rewards is something I’m still working on and will be introduced in the coming weeks. In the mean time, you can try it out for free to get familiar with it, and run a game or two.

We’re also at Gen Con, with some great deals for people that can make it there in person. Come and see us at booth #2927!
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