- Summary: Tabletop Simulator is the only simulator where you can let your aggression out by flipping the table. There are no rules to follow: just you, a physics sandbox, and your friends. Make your own games and play how YOU want.
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Sep 9, 2018Tabletop Simulator 2
What is the genre? Its less of a game and more of Physics-Engine. Are there any similar games or is it a sequel?Tabletop Simulator 2
What is the genre?
Its less of a game and more of Physics-Engine.
Are there any similar games or is it a sequel?
It's like Garys Mod or something along those lines. Its a not in its self but its a Physics Engine that allows the users to play any game that they want.
How is the gameplay?
As I said before, it gives options to allow users or players to play any game. Specifically any card, board or tabletop game. Tabletop Simulator comes with a few basic games but where the application truly excels is in the Steam Workshop where there are thousands of games. It's a great way to try new games before spending $70-80.
How is the offline and online?
It includes both, I have yet to play online with other people but I have played locally and it works very well.
Is there any single player?
Of course, you can. You can download Mods that have single player. You can also create your own games. The nice thing is, its a great way to playtest a new game that you're working on.
Would I recommend it?
Absolutely, I keep trying to get my friends to get the game. We used to get together and play Tabletop games every Sunday but then one of my closest friends moved away. Now obviously don't get together to play tabletop games, I keep telling them that this is a fantastic alternative.
Recap: The Good
The possibilities with this are endless.
The perfect way to create a new Tabletop Game
Recap: The Bad
It's not much of a game
Recap: The Okay
Dec 28, 2014The game is pretty fun, with steam workshop available the game already has plenty of choices, even while in early release. I look forward toThe game is pretty fun, with steam workshop available the game already has plenty of choices, even while in early release. I look forward to this game becoming more polished and more diverse once the workshop really starts dropping some game on it rather than 50 versions of Cards Against Humanity.… Expand
Jun 7, 2015Looking for a great simulator game that you can play Monopoly, Cards Against Humanity, Munchkins, and all your favorite board games and cardLooking for a great simulator game that you can play Monopoly, Cards Against Humanity, Munchkins, and all your favorite board games and card games on?
Look somewhere else because now that the game has been released, thousands of mods are being taken off the Steam Workshop through DMCA and devs are looking to monetize every single form of popular board game out there and re-release it as DLC. They've also completely closed the nature of the game, dropping support for their DRM-free version of the title and putting content behind paywalls.
TL;DR Had potential, now it's lost because mods are going behind paywalls.
Great game to own if you're ready to shell out hundreds or thousands of dollars on virtual mods and microtransactions for a tabletop physics engine.… Expand