|Format||SKU||Genre||Product Line||Scale||Released||File Size|
|PDF Download||wwgtitan||Sci Fi||TerrainLinX||1", 1.5", zero grid||September 13, 2010||44.5mb|
In space, they can hear you play...
Codename Titan marks WorldWorksGames first sci-fi installment in the TerrainlinX lineup. This first component-zone focuses on essential corridor infrastructure and general building or starship construction. Perfect for representing both interior and exterior sci-fi structures of any footprint or height. Our TerrainlinX build system, with its ability to store flat, add & remove elements on-the-fly, dynamically mix and match elements from other terrain sets, create easy “lift-off” levels, and complete “Robo-cutter” compatibility, makes Codename Titan one of the most flexible sci-fi terrain systems on the market today!
And this is just the beginning! Future installments in the Titan line will seamlessly integrate additional component-zones to cover all your classic sci-fi infrastructure needs.
Introduced to our catalog in late 2009, TerrainlinX is our PDF "Print, Build, Play" 100% modular terrain system. Includes full automated craftcutter (Robocutter) support making it the ultimate home fabrication terrain alternative. Build as much as you want, as BIG as you want, whenever you want!
FREE instructions, video of the system in action and dimensions: click here!
Dennis Davis said:
Titan alone makes a good hallway, under city, maze of corridors and rooms build out. By utilizing it with Titan Control you can get a great setup with control rooms and passage ways.
Using props from the other SciFi sets here can really make a build out become immersive for the players andf GM alike. I make my build outs as I write the adventure and this alone helps out for encounter and object logical placement in the adventure and map.
Review Posted: August 4, 2011
Dennis O'Brien said:
One of the primary sets for my Fallout tabletop game, an excellent way to represent the Vaults, lacking only the trademark rolling door.
Whether filled with Raiders or Feral Ghouls, there are plenty of ways to make the characters lives more exciting, or, perhaps, just shorter.
I combined it with pieces from other sets - Mayhem Bank for a door, and First Light for a power core.
Review Posted: July 27, 2011
Cameron Divella said:
This product was nice overall, but its flooring is really lacking. It only provides 6x6 squares, so if you intend to actually get any play out of it you will need to construct a minimum of twelve. This is really time consuming and could have been made much easier by providing a full page of flooring instead of lots of small pieces that need to be mounted.
Review Posted: November 9, 2010