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|PDF Download||wwgpcbg||Sci Fi||The Vault||1", 1.5"||September 3, 2008||117mb|
Operation Nightwatch has failed. Incidents in Red Sector have spun out of control. New factions have arisen. The fragile peace maintained by Platform Command has shattered, it's tattered remnants lie twisted and trodden into the dirt of the BATTLEGROUND!
OPEN WAR! The time to fight is now! Old alliances dissolve as new vehicles and new mechs up the ante in the world of Platform Command! Defend vital supply depots! Set up fortifications to protect vital fuel resources! Probe the secrets of the arcane Techno-obelisks! Maintain a monopoly over vital generators (those filth down in Blue Sector didn't deserve it anyway)! Or build truely collapsable structures with WWG new pocket-walls system!
Nine new ground tiles and four new platforms provide a strong base for newcomers to the Platform Command series as well as a vital expansion for PC veterans but this time, it's all also available in 1.5" for all your clickable gaming needs!
Nine ground tiles in 1" and 1.5" formats (includes forced perspective "trenches")
6" and 9" walkways in 1" and 1.5" formats
Ring, Square, Cross and Mini Platforms in 1" and 1.5" formats
Bulkheads with 3" and 6" extensions
6" and 3" walls
T and corner "wall pockets"
3" and 6" ladders
5" Fuel Sphere
Barrel groups in two colours
Ammo crates in two colours
Medium and Large explosion markers
Flatbed Trucks in six colours
Troop Transports in six colours
Humanoid Mechs in six colours
VTOL light strike craft in six colours
Hover, Wheel, and Track transport in six colours
Short and Tall flight stands
Seven different weapons types
And as always, fully photographed instructions to take you through the build process.
So what are you waiting for? Arm up, soldier!
Semi-retirement WorldWorksGames Style
The Vault is a special archive of our "Print, Build, Play!" products, circa 2002 upward, which utliize systems and standards developed prior to the introduction of TerrainlinX and other systems 2009 onward. Perfectly useable in their original format and an open archive of our continued terrain evolution.
Click here for more detailed descriptions of the systems used in these products.