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SCIFI MONEY CARD: Silver Standard Government Issued
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/19/2014 11:21:57
The odd prop always adds flavour to a game, and there's nothing like having actual 'money' to pass around...

These are nicely-done 'money cards' suitable for any science-fiction game, presented in both colour and in black and white depending on your printing facilities and desires. The instructions for printing, cutting and folding are clear: it's good that these are designed to be double-sided. For best effects use a reasonably stiff card (or stick paper print-outs to card), but given as it's a PDF, if they get tatty you can always print some more.

The design is clear and straightforward, with a slightly SF feel (yet not so futuristic that you couldn't use them in a near-future game). There's some convincing legalese on the back, which looks good. I just hope the 'serial number' refers to the 'silver standard' on which the currency is based and does not relate to individual cards, as it is the same on each one. (Of course, if you are a particularly mean GM, you could see if your players notice this and if they don't haul them up on forgery charges!)

So if you run a tabletop or LARP SF game, and feel the need for some 'money' this is ideal... and doesn't cost too much either.

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Space Frontier: Ship Interior Free Addon
by Marc F. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 08/30/2010 22:12:59
This is free and is good, Try this out and if you like me you will invest your hard earned cash into their other products.

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Space Frontier: Ship Interior Free Addon
by RONALD S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/21/2009 10:47:05
THIS is another of my favorite download deck plans.

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Space Frontier: Ship Interior Free Addon
by Peter S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/01/2009 18:49:51
It's free, I downloaded it to see if I would like it and I would recomend that you do the same. Although, I liked it and can think of ways how I can use it, you should gigure that out for yourself and the price is not an object.

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The Core: Dark Machinery (A Tactical Scenery Model)
by Marc F. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/05/2009 20:56:14
This is a nice piece for sci-fi gaming. Combines great graphics with a model that takes basic skills to build. A great value and i't's unlikely you'll be disappointed with your purchase . Recommended

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Dungeon Location: The Hidden Terror
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 02/22/2009 09:27:47
It's a bit like a crime scene! A small temple where something horrible happened, judging by all the bloodstains and body parts. As it happened quite recently - well, the remains look fresh - who- or whatever was responsible may still be around.

Basically, what you get is a tile set for a small temple of some nine rooms (well, one is a garden). One page shows the layout, unless you mix in some tiles from another source you'll need to stick to this to get it all to work. There are actually ten tiles, because in one place there is a very faint mark on the floor which - if spotted - could lead the characters to find a secret chamber.

So far, pretty standard. The added value is some props which you can add to make the whole thing partially three-dimensional. There are stand-up doors (a choice of ordinary or blood-splattered), beds (again either messy or drenched in blood), an altar, another slab with a partly-dissected body on it and other artefacts which you can distribute around your layout.

It will be up to you to decide what happened here, and whether the adventurers will encounter the perpetrators... who may well be looking for further victims, or who may just object to being disturbed at their work.

Overall, it provides a good visual aid if an atrocity in a temple happens to be what you need to portray. It's so nicely done that I'm tempted to write an adventure just to make use of it!

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