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I've been thinking about getting into this game and I already have a few of the Urban Mayhem sets from Worldworks for scenery. But before I get started I thought I should ask if this game can be played on a 1-inch grid or if I should just print out the gridless tiles. Any help would be appreciated.

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Like a lot of miniatures games, ATZ uses measured movement. No grids at all.

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daniken wrote:
I've been thinking about getting into this game and I already have a few of the Urban Mayhem sets from Worldworks for scenery. But before I get started I thought I should ask if this game can be played on a 1-inch grid or if I should just print out the gridless tiles. Any help would be appreciated.

-Thanks


Since it's an inch grid you could just move x amount of blocks that correspond to the amount of inches moved. I don't think the zombies will mind.
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I play ATZ II on a grid all the time. Works extremely well...

daniken wrote:
I've been thinking about getting into this game and I already have a few of the Urban Mayhem sets from Worldworks for scenery. But before I get started I thought I should ask if this game can be played on a 1-inch grid or if I should just print out the gridless tiles. Any help would be appreciated.

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Thanks for the quick replies. Sounds like a grid is the way to go, which should make it easier when I introduce the game to my group, who are used to playing on grids.
 
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