But Gamecraft have surpassed themselves with their latest 15 and 28mm modular Starship Interior system. To say I was blown away is an understatement.
hallways are 2" wide (50mm) and walls are 1.5" tall (38mm)
Here is a cleverly thought out, well designed MDF corridor system which includes accessories that turn what could easily have been a bland series of mdf walls into a believable, interesting and eyecatching Sci Fi gaming arena.
Space008, 12" long, $13.50
The range is impressive. Three pages worth on the website which includes a wide selection of corridors, intersections, junctions and rooms of different sizes that will keep your imaginating stimulated and gaming interesting.
And of course you are not limited to a starship. The corridors and rooms are of a size sufficient to turn them into a space station, moonbase, prison facility or abandoned research institute.
You don't need much to start either if you don't have much spare cash, or like me, overwhelmened by the sheer choice Gamecraft have made available. If you are a fan of Mass Effect, you'll know that in the course of the wide ranging story arc of the game, the same basic corridor and room shapes appear again and again, but are made interesting with different tactical challenges by having different cargo and machinery located to create an additional maze of walls, cover and firezones. And being modular, you can increase your collection of rooms and corridors to suit your gaming needs and your wallet over time.
Well done Gamecraft. This is a big step forward in 15mm Sci Fi gaming and as such is going to be hard to beat, especially when you take into account range, versatility, ease of construction and not least affordability.