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ATA Mark 2 Prototype by jollyjack ATA Mark 2 Prototype by jollyjack
The nearly-complete version of my post-apocalyptic boardgame.

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>This is going to be a kit-game. You purchase a pdf, print it out, stick it to a bit of card and play - so you'll need a printer and a few dice.
>Game area required IS large. 70cm x 70cm, at a minimum.
>Game time: a good few hours, but varies due to the random configuration of the game tiles.
>Assuming you use a heavy stock of card for construction (and aren't careless with long sleeves), you shouldn't have trouble keeping your tiles in place during play. For this prototype, I printed the tile faces on photo-paper, which was then stuck to a heavy white card, which was in turn stuck to a thinner, coloured card. That much work isn't required to make the game playable, but it A) looks nice and B) makes for a sturdier set-up.
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Gerghoul Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
Looks pretty sweet. I'd probably paste the tiles to cut out squares of foam-board.
It's some craft time, but not insane Warhammer kind of time!
Can't wait to see the finished thing.
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GreyMatterExtrusion Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Awesome!
definitely interested as a paid for product
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Ghastlydarkworld Featured By Owner May 8, 2013   Writer
Looks like fun :)
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Mamusho Featured By Owner May 8, 2013   Digital Artist
wow i'd love to see how it is!
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Spooner217 Featured By Owner May 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Looks like it's gonna be lot of fun to play :)
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anzudrako Featured By Owner May 2, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I want to play it !!!!
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Enjo73 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013
Looks cool! Would the pices stay in place if they were put on one of those jig saw roll mats so the game could be saved ?
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sweets8 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013
um, u got a lot goin on there, lots of board coverage, need some space for real when u play that lol
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SiSiXx Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013  Professional Photographer
Get those adhevsive backed magnetic sheets, cut to size, use either a thin piece of sheet metal with a cloth over it or right on the metal. Also would work on anything metal (table, etc. (obviously)) but would also add some weight to the pieces if nothing else. Some digging around found prices down to about $1 a sq. ft.

Otherwise, looking forward to the complete version!
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jollyjack Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013
A good idea....but I don't really want to ask people to play a boardgame in which them might lose a finger.
Sharp edges!
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