|WORMHOLE: THE SATHRICANS|
|Format||SKU||Genre||Product Line||Scale||Released||File Size|
|PDF Download||wwgwh1||Sci Fi||Wormhole||N/A||May 13, 2008||94.4mb|
|Designers:||Denny Unger, Bob Cooper|
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WorldWorksGames is proud to present “Wormhole”, a groundbreaking space combat game. Why groundbreaking? Because Wormhole is the only such game that allows anyone to build up a massive fleet without spending hundreds of dollars on expensive miniatures and rule books. Print, build and play! We’ve included everything you need in an easy to navigate package, stepping you through the entire process from planning your game to building your fleet.
The vessels in the Sathrican fleet are highly-detailed and in full color! They're also easy to print and assemble. Best of all, when you want to expand your fleet, print out a few more pages and add them at pennies a page!
Wormhole's focus is on the fun, on spending less time making calculations and more time doing what you came here to do...blowing up enemy fleets! The bookkeeping is accomplished in an innovative, visual manner that isn't like anything you've ever seen before. Flip a switch, rotate a cube, and the battle goes on! We’ve scaled the rules so that you can add levels of depth as you become more comfortable with the mechanics.
Wormhole is a groundbreaking space combat game which allows anyone to build up a massive fleet without spending hundreds of dollars on expensive miniatures and rule books. Print, build and play! We’ve included everything you need in an easy to navigate package, stepping you through the entire process from planning your game to building your fleet.
Print, Build, Play! PDF download.
Chris Schryer said:
I love Wormhole. It's a space combat game that stands in the considerable gap between Battleship (too simple) and Battlefleet Gothic (takes too long to play). Wormhole's unique dynamics allow players to effectively simulate strategic space combat without getting bogged down in momentum modifiers and 4 page damage tables. Easy to build, easy to expand fleets let players field anything from a light scouting force to a heavy assault fleet - all with a single download. Now the Verus expansion further expands the possibilities of the game. And with the WWG community behind it, there's a growing collection of fan made kitbashes available to provide scenarios, new ships, and even a modular space station. If you like space combat but don't want to get involved in a game that requires everyone to carry a binder, give Wormhole a try. You'll be glad you did.
P.S. in response to the previous review, I had a little trouble with the TOS units at first, but gluing a scrap piece of foamcore board to the inside front face of the TOS solved it for me. Just don't put any glue in the area where the slider travels.
Review Posted: July 22, 2011
Gatt Hastings said:
Overall a fantastic set as always, the graphics and textures a top notch, and all of the pieces where incredibly easy to put together and much less time consuming than lead minatures.
Unfortunately I have a few qualms,
The 3-D Tactical Order Stations dont seem to be all that durable, and I have extreme difficulty putting the sliders together without warping the entire model. Even with extra reinforcing this was a problem. Hopefully this will be fixed up in the upcoming expansion.
Also the rules seemed to miss a few small clarifiers that will not concern anybody who is not a rules nut, but unfortunately I am.
Also a proper rules reference sheet would have been nice, but hopefully this will be another addition.
So enough negativity, here are my recommendations,
1. Make 2D TOS or Make the 3D ones out of thicker cardstock.
2. Only sticky tape the TOS Switches when they are about to fall off.(Or score deeply and tape them initially)
All in all I have blown up a few qualms and missed mentioning all of the good stuff.
If you are wondering whether you should buy Wormhole,
the very fact that you were attracted to it initially means you will love it.
A fantastic groundbreaking set as always from Worldworks Games.
Review Posted: July 2, 2009