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Realm Architect passes Linux Stretch Goal

realm architect virtual tabletop role-playing game passes linux stretch goal to join windows pc

Realm Architect virtual tabletop RPG game passes Linux Stretch Goal to join Windows PC. Behold the enchantment before your eyes, brought to life by the masterful developer, Realm Architect. The Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign is certainly doing very well.

Realm Architect is here to help Linux players who play tabletop role-playing games. Such as Dungeons & Dragons, create their own worlds and play in them online. It’s like a virtual playground where you can move your character and interact with friends.

This tool is made to be super easy to use on Linux. So even people who don’t have a lot of technical skills can create their own fantasy world. All you have to do is drag and drop different elements onto the map. Such as trees, buildings, and characters, and they will appear in your world.

Realm Architect passed the 50,000€ goal and with that: Linux Support (as well as Android & iOS).

It’s not just easy to create your world, but it’s also easy to keep track of what’s happening in the game. For example, the VTT software can keep track of how much health your character has left. Also what kind of effects are affecting your rolls. So you don’t have to remember it all yourself.

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Another great features for Realm Architect is that it’s not just about creating a single map. You can create a whole world on Linux with different maps that are connected. So you can move from one place to another seamlessly. It’s like creating your own little universe.

If you don’t want to create your own world from scratch, that’s okay. Realm Architect has a bunch of pre-made content that Linux players can use, made by experienced game masters and publishers. You can choose from different campaigns and adventures. So that players always have something new and exciting to play.

The best part about Realm Architect is that it’s customizable. That means you can change the look and feel of the tool to match the theme of your game. For example, if you’re playing a horror game, you can make the software look dark and ominous.

If you’re interested in trying it out, you find a Free Demo on itch. This is a Windows PC build, but you can run the Unity 3D Demo on Linux via WINE.

Realm Architect virtual tabletop RPG game is a great tool for Linux and Windows PC players. The Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign is obviously doing very well. It’s already becoming a hit among experienced game masters and newcomers.

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