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"Tabletop Simulator makes me so happy!" - Rock, Paper, Shotgun
Tabletop Simulator fully supports Steam Workshop!
Supports virtualizing nearly any tabletop experience.
Infinite possibilities with only imagination being the limit.
Extremely simple modding with the power to back it up.
Thousands of mods and growing on the Workshop.
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! Unlimited gaming possibilities!
If you're into classic board games, we've got 15 to choose from, like Chess, Poker, Chinese Checkers, Dominoes, and Piecepack. If you are into tabletop gaming we've got an RPG Kit with various role playing animated figurines that you can setup and battle with your friends. The RPG Kit is ever expanding, so you can expect to see new things to come to really take your tabletop gaming to a new level.
If you're a creative person, Steam Workshop has now been implemented. You can also create your own games by importing images onto our custom board and decks feature. Custom 3D Model support is now available as well. This is the ultimate tool for playing practically anything tabletop and the content is ever expanding thanks to the strong community support!
Tabletop Simulator is for everyone! Play a simple board game with grandma, have poker night with the guys, or start your epic RPG adventure with your regulars. Play almost any tabletop game you can think of! Being a multiplayer-focused game, up to 8 players can play at any given time. You can also play a solo game of Solitaire if you just need to relax by yourself.
Online sandbox playground that you play how you want.
Unlimited games thanks to sandbox, no rules design.
Multiplayer physics with objects that collide and interact just how you would expect.
Create your own mods with full Steam Workshop support.
Play just like you do in real life; pick up, rotate, shake, and throw any object.
Up to 8 people can play together on the same table & talk on in-game voice chat.
The perfect “game night” fun due to seamless game loading & saving.
Hotseat mode allowing you to play locally on the same computer.
Tons of pre-made game modes with the option to make your own games.
Perfect for RPGs - build you very own role playing dungeons with our modular tileset.
Great admin tools to eliminate griefing in public games.
Multiple 360° panoramic backgrounds that change the mood.
Included game modes: Backgammon, Cards, Chess, Checkers, Chinese Checkers, Custom, Dice, Dominoes, Go, Mahjong, Pachisi, Piecepack, Poker, Reversi, RPG Kit, Sandbox, Solitaire
Your only limit is your imaginationarsyia | June 9, 2015 | See all arsyia's reviews »
Tabletop Simulator basically revives those old boring board games and brings them up to a new level. From dull old card games to card stacking, this game can do anything you wish. If you get frustrated while playing a game you can simply shake the board and knock down your opponents pieces and enjoy a sweet taste of victory. If you like hanging around with friend or family, this game is totally made for you.
Exactly what it states to beWolfeClawz | Feb. 23, 2015 | See all WolfeClawz's reviews »
Tabletop Simulator is a one-of-a-kind multiplayer experience that allows you and your friends to play whatever tabletop game that you can think of (Provided it has been made by the community, of course!) That's right: Whilst the developers have included a good amount of games to get you going, the real fun of this game comes from mods that the game's forever-expanding community have made. What this results in is a large database (primarily on Steam Workshop) that you can browse through and download game after game that you and your friends can then play instantly. Oh, did I mention that you can flip the table in-game? Yeah, you can be that guy.
It's a simulator.Kane987245 | Nov. 30, 2014 | See all Kane987245's reviews »
I appreciate what it is and all the options and games that come with it. However i prefer actually having the guys around and playing in comparison to this. I do not mean to say it is a BAD simulator because t is not, but it is not as all polished off or made with the intent of making it fulfill real potential. Plus one of the down falls with it is it's lag time. It can be a real pain in the butt when trying it out with friends online, If you can tolerate lag and want to give this a shot, i recommend it because it is definitely worth playing around in with friends. I would wait for a discount though.
Checkmate your Uncle from across the countrythedairylord | Oct. 21, 2014 | See all thedairylord's reviews »
Tabletop Simulator is as close as you'll get to kicking your foreign friend's ass in an old fashioned game of Chess over the internet. Don't know how to play Chess? How about a game of Checkers for an easier route to ass-kickery. Checkers too boring for your taste? How about getting creative, being provided with all the proper tokens and space required to create your very own tabletop fantasy-land to conquer your rivals and claim victory. This game is sure to please, and here's why. Right off the bat, the game comes with all the traditional board games and pieces you may have grown up with. This, added to the freedom given to play and chat with people all over the world creates a huge amount of potential fun to be had with friends, and people you may not even know. The fluid and realistic physics add to the depth and immersion that can't be experienced on browser based flash games of the same trade. The biggest focus point, are the mods created within the Steam Workshop. As of now, over 1,000 creations have been made to enhance and add to your army of tabletop games. The most popular so far, being Uno, Monopoly, Risk, Clue, Connect 4, Stratego, Sorry!, and many more classics. The farther you go, the more wacky things get. Ever wanted to play Guess Who, but instead replace all the cards with Nicholas Cage's face and play with that? Steam user 'zhek' has already got you covered. This is where the main potential of the game lies, increasing the game's popularity and replay-ability everyday as more users submit their mods. Sadly, every game has it's dents and wrinkles, and Tabletop Simulator definitely doesn't fall short of this. When starting your first game, you're gonna find yourself fiddling with the very finicky controls set in place. Just when you thought you figured out how to grab both dice at once, you fling everything across the table in the messiest fashion nearly ruining the whole game. Drop a card, the object under it goes flying off the table. Move the board, and all the tokens sitting atop slide around like a greased ice-skater. The only downside to the accurate physics, is how flat out broken they can be at the same time. This game is still in Early-Access though, so it draws it's Get Out Of Jail Free Card. With the amount of work done so far, and much more improvements to come, I see no reason why a fan of traditional and non-traditional tabletop games should skip out on this one. Also, there's a button that flips the table over just in case your friends try to dupe you or you can't take the sight of losing (We all rage sometimes, it's alright). This game has no where to go but up, so get it while it's fresh. What are you waiting for? Go draw your Get Out Of Jail Free Card.
Mixed Feelingsemptyhaven | Oct. 1, 2014 | See all emptyhaven's reviews »
This game ultimately digitizes tabletop games and collates them into one neat package. Why you didn't just buy the individual games themselves and played them in real life (analog and all that jazz) is something I won't get. Call me old or whatever, but I can't imagine someone buying a game to play cards instead of buying cards to play a game. It all seems too odd. Still, in the world of simulators, this is one of the purer experiences. It doesn't fail as a simulation of actually playing tabletop games. And the thing I love about this simulation is that it doesn't limit you to certain tabletop games, but it instead gives you the tools to play the games and allows you to go wild with it. You can play dominoes, or you can line them up and knock them around. You can play fantasy RPGs as well, what with the wide selection of multi-faceted dice. There's really a lot to do. While I rue the slow death of analog games, I can't help but be impressed at how the digital world is gently retiring it.