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Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Tuesday October 6th, 2020 5:07pm
by Azure
For those of you who are not familiar with Table Top Simulator, here are some snapshots of what anybody can do with the assets in the virtual simulator.

HeroQuest exists within TableTop Simulator and you can give life and movement to the entire game board with additional visual effects and lighting FX.

That is why I am pushing to demonstrate what everybody can do here. I am encouraging more and more people to use TTS as a way to share your passion of HeroQuest with fellow devoted players. Experience heroic quests again with people in your time zone, or just a few hours of difference from your time zone.

I've been playing with people from Arizona, Florida and New York, and sometimes France or Sweden.

Come talk to me if you want to know more about TableTop Simulator. I'm your guy.

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Thursday October 15th, 2020 12:01am
by LauDividni
That looks great! I have seen other TTS Heroquest screens before, but these may be my favorite. Nice to see the custom map layouts and cool lighting, elevating what the game can be.
I am curious to test my sound effects app, HeroGM in an online format. Do you want to add a Heroquest sound and music DJ to your next game? Let me know! :D

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Friday October 16th, 2020 9:14am
by Azure
Thanks for the compliments. Yes, that would be awesome.

My friend ChaosL00, actually created a sound cube for our games, which uses the Secret Passage sound from Legend of Zelda, to the sword clashing and shield sounds from Diablo 1.

I actually tested HeroGM on my phone as the demo, it's pleasant but very limited. I wonder how I can get those sounds in Table Top Simulator.

If you could help me with that, or other resources, that would be appreciated. I can show you the ropes in Dungeon Design.

I have 95 tiles, ready to use in TTS and real life for printing and playing.

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Monday November 16th, 2020 11:04pm
by The Yodax
I also have been very involved in Hero quest on TTS. I have released a 3d board.
but I find it hard to get players to play. I often sit waiting for players for over an hour.

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Tuesday November 17th, 2020 5:05pm
by lestodante
is it possible to let people join later, when the quest has already begun?

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Tuesday November 17th, 2020 5:44pm
by bigmiked43
The lighting effects are amazing.

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Tuesday November 17th, 2020 6:02pm
by Oftkilted
lestodante wrote:is it possible to let people join later, when the quest has already begun?

Table Top Simulator allows people to join a game after it has started, either as observers or if permitted by the GM as a player.

Think of it as a virtual table, and less like a video game.

Re: Demonstration no.1

PostPosted: Wednesday November 18th, 2020 9:10am
by Azure
You can join ChaosL00 on every Friday at 6pm ARIZONA TIME, provided you have Steam.
The Game server is called ''Weekly HeroQuest'' - no password.
Contact me for additional help or if you have questions.

Max number of players is 8.