Might want to add it to the list! :)
www.skirmish-vt.com Skirmish! Virtual Tabletop
Might want to add it to the list! :)
Battlegrounds Games has an all-new website. Come check it out! Same URL as before.
Oh, also, both of the Battlegrounds VTTs (BRPG and BGE) are now also available via a low monthly subscription. Check the Battlegrounds site for details.
I'd provide links, but, apparently, despite being one of the early supporters/promoters of this site, and one of the more frequent contributors, I am no longer allowed to post links here. Seems my karma isn't high enough. Sigh…
No such VT findable via a Google search. You couldn't post a link?
Looks like even google can't find your site. Sheesh!
I suspect it might have helped if you'd mentioned what program you were having issues with. :P
Hi, I developed a site to play rpg on internet (Virtual Tabletop)!
It is opensource (AGPL, v3.0).
You can grab a copy, alter to your needs. You can even setup your own servver.
I only asks that you give your contributions back to the community!
Help us divulgate!
The site is called Pixelndice (search in google)
I am a low-karma user and cannot post links. :-(
We actually have a Kickstarter to fund our building of our online service Sandstorm. Sift is entry to the next-gen VTT arena. We're confident that you'll like, at least most of what you'll see.
KS is at kck . st / 1LyMb2V (remove the spaces :p)
Thanks and hope to see you there :)
We have a free VTT based off MapTool that's heavily enhanced. You can get from our website, at idle-ideas.weebly.com. We hope you like it :)
Skirmish! VT is now on kickstarter. It comes with a content library and a host of features. Check it out at
Simple Battlemap (SimpleBM) is new in the world.
This is a pen-paper map, strictly as simple as it can be. Try to offer a free map with some DM options and keep it simple. More, the development project try to give all access to tablet-like users (iPad, iPod, Windows…).
It's all by browser. If I can share the link it will be good.
New VTT they are still in beta but it looks like the coolest one I'd have to say. I'm Rogue the creator of Arcanum Syndicate and the writer and designer of the Chaos 6010 A.D. RPG. I am working on two more right now and I want to run a really good VTT to show my new games to players so during my quest I came across tabletop connect which looks amazing. I want to run my new dark fantasy RPG called Demon Gate off of it, just want to know if any other users have played with it at all. I'm willing to throw down some serious cash on it if it is worth the pay.
There is now a monthly subscription option that lets you get an Ultimate for $9.99 a month. Your group can all connect for free and you can start and stop your subscription without losing any of your creations. The single-user license is also available for a $3.99 / month subscription. The one-time purchase options are all still available.
Rulesets now included with purchase or subscription: D&D 3.5, D&D 4E, D&D 5E, Pathfinder, Numenera, FATECore. D&D 3.5E and Pathfinder both include library modules of pre-entered spells, monsters, abilities, etc.
All licenses also come with built-in maps, tokens and portraits. You can add your own or buy more from the store.
First off, I just want to say that the program is awesome and could be a huge game changer for my group. Great job! Now, on to my question. I'm using an Asus transformer (tf101) and I'm having trouble importing images to create new maps and tokens. I can get as far as selecting an image, but when I choose one, the app just shows the loading image and throws me back to the default map and tokens. Anyone else having this problem? Is there a work around or solution? Any help would be much appreciated. As soon as I know that it will work on my tablet I'll be throwing money at it! Thanks in advance all!
Have someone looked at SkCombat VT? It still lacks online connectivity but it can be used on PbP games (shared maps) and it runs on laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Also, I don't see Tabletop connect on your list.
It depends on what you are looking for. RPGs aren't generally designed to be played solitaire. If you want an interactive tactical display showing virtual miniatures on a map, Battlegrounds: RPG Edition is a great choice. It's also very well suited for playing boardgames, wargames, card games and dice games.
For your solitaire needs, Battlegrounds Gaming Engine might be an even better choice (and more economical).
By the way, the link is "http://battlebox3d.com/"
Hi! Can you re-upload styles?
I just would like to know if there are some VTs which could be used for solitaire roleplaying and eventually to help fo solitaire boardgaming and card gaming.
Stefano De Gaetano
I was playing this since WOTC's early beta days, and when GameTableOnline took over, I made the transition. I have been running and playing games since the beginning (when we had to hand-enter all of the PC and monster data, and draw most of the maps because tiles were practically nonexistent), and it's only improved since being in the hands of GTO.
As a free table, it is perfectly usable. You are given access to the City, Wilderness, and Dungeon Master tile sets, and various PC and Monster tokens. There are other conveniences available at a nominal fee to unlock, but even without them, the table is playable.
And as for not usable with other settings.. I have seen many AD&D games run on it, Call of Cthulu.. and I am about to run a Cyberpunk 2020 game on the table. Yes, the formatted character sheet is for 4e D&D, but that doesn't mean other game systems can't be used on it, with a little data entry and custom dice rolls.