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On the tortured, ancient, windswept surface of Mars in 2175, danger lurks. Explore modular buildings that come with fully detailed interiors and props to make a variety of structures: Workroom, Communication room, Laboratory, or Tavern. There are twenty unique walls, with various combinations of window and doors. Add doors, clear windows and even a second story, then dress it all up with unique Street Tech props. Grab some cover behind fences and barricades in the industrial zone.
The action can move from the dusty streets to the rocky canyons of the red planet. Explore the mystery and danger of the Martian desert with our revolutionary modular Canyon construction system. Build them any height from 6 inches high to just half an inch. Stack them up and add steps and a bridge! This modular Canyon building system is super easy to build and endlessly customizable.
What Makes a Classic?
WWG Classics is a special area dedicated to products which have continued to excel despite their longevity. Many of these products carry with them their own unique format and remain highly useful for their intended purpose.
Vell Smith said:
Great product and worth the price! Would like to see layers available on the models and of course a sequel.
Review Posted: August 3, 2013
Peter Szarka said:
This is my first set, and I love it. There is very, very big variability in it. I recommend it for every sci-fi player and mostly for Borderlands fans! ;)
Review Posted: June 3, 2012
Evan Hisey said:
It may be an old set, but after I purchased and built it in 2010 it was an instant hit with my Wargamer group. The ability to create multi tier building of what ever floor plan we wanted is a great boon for a Sci-fi set.
The cavern system alone is worth getting this set. it makes fast, strong varied terrain that can hold even the largest of the metal minis by either GW or Privateer Press.
Review Posted: July 25, 2011
Dennis Davis said:
This is my first card stock model and I have been truly impressed with it. I have enjoyed the challenge and the result. Instructions with the set help to create different layouts for the buildings. The Props are cool and really add a usable RPG element to the model. -Dē
Review Posted: April 7, 2011
John Morrison said:
A truly amazing set with much potential for both wargames and role playing games.
The buildings are just fantastic and fairly straight forward in building if you follow the instructions provided.
The textures are beyond this world!
Review Posted: June 4, 2009