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About This Game

What is Tabletopia?

Tabletopia is sandbox virtual table with high-quality board games made by professionals. Already 600+ games and counting!

Play how you want with whom you want: your guests don’t need accounts to play. Enjoy the amazing graphics, realistic physics, and digital perks like ready setups, customizable cameras, and intuitive controls. Make your own games with no programming skills required.

What does Tabletopia offer?

  • Advanced digital arena for playing board games in an experience almost like gathering around a real table.
  • Hundreds of licensed board games, including both designer classics, recent hits, and tomorrow's Kickstarter releases.
  • True cross-platform experience: available now on PC, Mac OS X, coming soon to iOS and Android devices.
  • Automated game setups, shuffling and dealing of cards, tracking player turns, and many other automated features.
  • Public and private game tables, matchmaking system, etc.
  • Ability to create your own games with no programming knowledge required (browser version).
  • Specialized tools for designing, playtesting, demonstrating, and monetizing your board games (browser version).

How do I play games on Tabletopia?

Tabletopia is a sandbox system. That means no AI to enforce the rules, so you still need to read the rulebook to know how to play the game.

Choose a game from our extensive library, create a table, send the link or room number to your friends or other Tabletopians, and let the game begin. Or go to Find & Play section and join an already created table. It’s that simple!

How much does it cost?

Tabletopia is free-to-play on Steam. No subscriptions or recurring payments are required to play.

With free Tabletopia you can:
  • Access 600+ games for free (some setups and expansions may require Premium).
  • Invite your friends outside Tabletopia to play free games.
  • Play up to 2 games simultaneously.

Premiums are available as in-app purchases for 3, 7, and 30 days in the Tabletopia client. Once your Premium expires, you are switched back to the free plan with access to all basic games and features.

With Premium Tabletopia you can:
  • Access all games, expansions, and setups.
  • Invite your friends outside Tabletopia to play any games, including premium games.
  • Play up to 10 games simultaneously.

Why Tabletopia and not other similar platforms?

  • Officially licensed games. All the games in our catalog are fully licensed and created in partnership with their designers and/or publishers. By playing our Premium games you directly support their authors.
  • Free-to-play, free-to-share. Tabletopia for Steam is free-to-play with hundreds of board games available at no additional cost. All games can be shared and played with people who don't have accounts. It's free.
  • Friendly interface. Tabletopia is developed by professionals with maximum usability in mind. Its friendly interface, intuitive controls, built-in tutorials will make your gaming experience smooth and easy.
  • Amazing visuals. Tabletopia boasts outstanding 3D graphics and top-notch quality of all game components and visuals. It also features a flexible camera with refined controls and custom settings.
  • Digital advantages. Being a sandbox system, Tabletopia still provides numerous advantages of a digital product, such as ready game setups, shuffling and dealing of cards, tracking player turns, etc. Game objects can be rotated, flipped, locked in place, magnetically placed, and decks of cards can be shuffled and dealt from at the click of a button.

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Title: Tabletopia
Genre: Casual, Free to Play, Indie, RPG, Simulation, Strategy
Developer:
Tabletopia Inc.
Publisher:
Tabletopia Inc.
Release Date: 30 Nov, 2016


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz, 2 cores
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection

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Want to pay for Early Access, then get stung by subscription based model to play the decent games post-launch? Go right ahead.

Otherwise. Avoid.

I'm returning mine for a refund.. 150MB download.. Did i seriously just pay $11 for a redirecting program that takes me to a website :(. A really impressively put together system that looks good, plays smoothly and gives you access to some triple A board games for a modest inital fee. I know the model is slated to be subscription based but not sure exactly how that will work yet and in the interim, I will surely get my moneys worth on what it has to offer already.

I am a solo player mainly and this system lets you play everyones "turn" if you wish and it saves where you left off in the gaming room for when you come back (needed for some of the bigger games). I could set up a private game room so I wasn't disturbed and whilst I guess this is maybe not the primary selling point here, something that appeals to me.

I bought and am using this on my laptop whilst away from my home base using a "dongle". I only dropped connection once and it went back in quikcly where I left off. Since then, it has worked seamlessly.

So, overall, I fully endorse this game based on my very early impressions and as a Boardgamegeek, I can only hope the number of games available will continue to grow.. Over the past few days, I have tried to either set up (i.e. host a game) or join an already existing game, but in every case I have been unable to play a single board game through this software. The hosts for games already set up seem to be perpetually afk, and the games that I set up don't get anyone to join regardless of the title.

Further, the price tag listed for this software is, I suppose, money to pay for the opportunity to create your own game through their board game software and then, through the software, to sell it to people who'd be interested in playing the game online with others. That part seems well done, but I'm not sure real life board game makers will ever make any real money through this portal or that real life board game fans will accpet paying $10 for an online version of a board game when they could buy the real one for $30 from Amazon and be able to enjoy it with friends\/family for the rest of their lives.. I just had to try it.
In short: doesn't do anything that Tabletop Simulator doesn't aready do and anything it does and anything it does it does worse.
It also feels more sluggish, the control scheme isn't good and it feels awkward to do basic things like grabbing multiple tokens from a single bag.

Steam integration, an online profile and playing on browser just pasting a link to your friends is indeed a nice feature.

I'd play both TTS and this if this was free2play and had to pay for DLC to play forever.

But has SUBSCRIPTION! The devs are clearly out of their mind if they plan to charge monthly for something that another software already does better charging only once. Not to mention that if you want to create anything you have a very limited storage, a limited number of saved setups, a limited number of creations and if you want to have more space you have to pay more.

Just stay away from this, TTS is just better in every single way. Just hoping things don't go as planned and the Tabletopia devs change their minds about their business model, only then this might be a viable choice. For now this is just unthinkable.. I just had to try it.
In short: doesn't do anything that Tabletop Simulator doesn't aready do and anything it does and anything it does it does worse.
It also feels more sluggish, the control scheme isn't good and it feels awkward to do basic things like grabbing multiple tokens from a single bag.

Steam integration, an online profile and playing on browser just pasting a link to your friends is indeed a nice feature.

I'd play both TTS and this if this was free2play and had to pay for DLC to play forever.

But has SUBSCRIPTION! The devs are clearly out of their mind if they plan to charge monthly for something that another software already does better charging only once. Not to mention that if you want to create anything you have a very limited storage, a limited number of saved setups, a limited number of creations and if you want to have more space you have to pay more.

Just stay away from this, TTS is just better in every single way. Just hoping things don't go as planned and the Tabletopia devs change their minds about their business model, only then this might be a viable choice. For now this is just unthinkable.. Great Idea but subscription? Come on... that breaks it for me, I'd be willing to pay a decent one time fee to buy the game but not this subscription crap, it offers no good games really unless you pay but I'm not even willing to give the smallest amount to see what it unlocks when I have Tabled Top Simulator for a one time cost and all the popular games like power grid and stuff like that and when you can create your own and view the workshop for so much more extended content without the extra charge... on top of that Table Top simulator is VR enabled so, that makes the grade up another step even, and get this, it's only a one time charge of like 20? I think? Better to go with Table Top Simulator if I'm going to spend money on a table top thing.... "Ability to create your own games with no programming knowledge required."

No. This program doesn't have that at all, instead it has a link to their website, where you get to use a clunky and unintuitive browser-based interface (hope you like big disclaimer boxes popping up in the way every time you try to do anything!) that doesn't even work correctly with Chrome.. Want to pay for Early Access, then get stung by subscription based model to play the decent games post-launch? Go right ahead.

Otherwise. Avoid.

I'm returning mine for a refund.


The King Demands a Castle:
Design a grandiose castle for your king, using all your planning and collaborative skills in Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig[tabletopia.com], new drafting game by Stonemaier Games.



Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig[tabletopia.com]. Wild Assent: The Hunt is now on Tabletopia:
Battle your opponents in the gladiatorial arenas or hunt the dangerous creatures to keep the expedition alive in Wild Assent: The Hunt[tabletopia.com] - new tactical game by Lazy Squire Games.



Wild Assent: The Hunt[tabletopia.com]. Siege of Holy City:
To the trenches! Waylay your besieged foe or outlast the onslaught of the invaders - only one will emerge victorious.



Freedom![tabletopia.com]. Birth of New Language:
Take part in creation of Volgare language in Medieval Italy!


De Vulgari Eloquentia: Deluxe Edition[tabletopia.com]. I Require Only That You Kneel:
Climb your way to the top of Achaemenid Empire and become a right hand of the emperor in Xerxes[tabletopia.com], an upcoming resource management game by Alcyon Creative.



Xerxes[tabletopia.com]. For Glory and Loot!:
Build the most glorious Viking longboat (and beware sheeps)!



Longboat[tabletopia.com] is a strategic drafting game in which for 2-4 players compete to build the most glorious Viking longboat.

Players take it in turns to draft cards from a central pool called The River and add them to their boat. Scoring or 'Glory' is based on a number of factors, including the loyalty of the vikings on board and the amount of Loot the player has amassed.

Special cards activate abilities, such as Berserkers that allow a player to steal loot from another's boat. Or sheep that are used to weigh down opponents and rob them of glory.

The game is also available on Kickstarter!. Guardians Of Time:
Restore the damaged continuity of the events in Tangled Timelines[tabletopia.com], new hand management game from The Daniel Zayas Company.



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