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Fitzgerald Limisella
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So in order to play the game, do we have to purchase Tabletopia first? I understand there is a free browser-based version, but would that work? If I do have to buy it, can I go for their cheapest ($10) option?

I also tried the link provided on the S&S Kickstarter page but it returned the 404 error (page not found). Any ideas?

Now if I can't get it to work on Tabletopia, I'm wondering if anyone might have the pnp files that they could share (assuming they do and are allowed to share)? Yes, I can't wait, October is ages away haha

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Ricky W
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I think they shut the Tabletopia demo down. Tried it myself like I did in the past, but it doesn't work any more.

Sorry, I have no experience (and interest) in Tabletopia further than playing the KS S&S demo.

Afaik there are no PNP files, only prototypes among some few playtesters.

It seems like us all you just have to wait till october...

 
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Fitzgerald Limisella
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Ah fine then. I'll just... keep watching the same videos again and again lol
 
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Paul Glickman
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If you like scifi at all, you could do what I did - get Galaxy Defenders. It's absolutely phenomenal! It scratches a somewhat similar itch, too.
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Byron Campbell
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The game is on Tabletopia if you pay for early access. After it leaves early access, it will be a multi-tiered subscription service.

I haven't launched the game yet to tell you how much of it is present, though.
 
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Fitzgerald Limisella
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Paul G wrote:
If you like scifi at all, you could do what I did - get Galaxy Defenders. It's absolutely phenomenal! It scratches a somewhat similar itch, too.


lol I DO have Galaxy Defenders and I've been playing it too. I even played my own custom made scenario/mission
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