February 14, 2015 by brennon
Their idea was to create some hard wearing and modular scenery that could be used for a myriad of different time periods, realms and more…
- Scale – the project starts at 28mm scale, but will grow to embrace any scale we want!
- High quality - as you have come to expect from Spartan Games.
- Flexible – designed to be built both vertically and horizontally, allowing you to build rooms, corridors and towers. You will also be able to create bridges between floors, towers, mezzanines and balconies. Use your imagination to also make arches, windows and doorways.
- Requires no glue – components fit together using universal push-fit connectors.
- Plastic – start building your terrain with highly-durable plastic components.
- Printed card – start your terrain with stunningly detailed, double-sided card inserts to build your floors, walls and doors. The vertical supports make it easy for you to switch the card over, allowing multiple themes to be supported by a common set of modular building components. Initial themes include Fantasy, Sci-Fi and World War II, but many more can be unlocked.
- Resin, acrylic and more – once the foundations have been set the future of your scenery is very exciting: it has resin walls, floors and doors in it, along with coloured acrylic and laser-etched MDF. This terrain is designed to embrace all formats. So start with our stunning card solution before planning just how ’deluxe‘ you will go!
- Scenic Dressing Kits – will allow you to take your designs to an even greater level of detail as you add beds, tables, machinery, book cases, computers, traps and much more…
- Easily stored – the system is 100% modular. So you can take it apart, easily store it and put it together, potentially reconfigured for a new genre or scale, whenever you want.
As you can see they have plans to make plenty of different designs for the wall panels which allow you to make some interesting Fantasy dungeons, Sci-Fi corridors or even World War II complexes made of good old fashioned brick and mortar. The ability to chop and change the terrain in terms of layout and then just slip in your own designs to make the walls pop is pretty great. I also love the force fields!
One of the goals down the road is these Wooden Inserts you can see here would would be pretty perfect for skirmish around in during a post-apocalyptic nightmare scenario. I like the idea of using the Sci-Fi corridors and then fighting a battle aboard one of the big Firestorm Armada ships from their other game. Fight to the bridge anyone?
It all kind of makes sense when you find out that Spartan Games are going to be doing 28/32mm Sci-Fi figures in the future, maybe even to do with Halo? The ones pictured above are Terran and Dindrenzi ones that they’ve used to show off the scale for a start!
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"As you can see they have plans to make plenty of different designs for the wall panels which allow you to make some interesting Fantasy dungeons, Sci-Fi corridors or even World War II complexes made of good old fashioned brick and mortar"