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Please note: This is an Early Access Game
"Tabletop Simulator makes me so happy!" - Rock, Paper, Shotgun
Steam Workshop support has now been added to Tabletop Simulator!
Create your own custom game modes & card games
Upload your mods directly to Steam Workshop from within the game
Subscribing to a mod will add it to 'Workshop Game Modes' found in the 'Game Modes' menu
You can now upload your own 3D Models!
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
Shall we play a game?midgetjacks | Sept. 30, 2014 | See all midgetjacks's reviews »
Okay, I'll be honest here, I don't care at all about the built in games. What is great, is the mod scene, adding in a whole lot of boardgames. But before I go into that, the thing I really like is the potential. My friends and I all live in different states, making the joys of a late night game session nearly impossible nowadays. Sure, sure, I know all about the various sites where you can play games online, and I have made use of them before. Something about Tabletop Simulator, though, just clicks for me. Maybe it's the semblance of being able to actually move your pieces or look at your hand, deal out cards, and roll a whole handful of dice. And then you can always flip the table, sending the pieces flying into space (and then hitting the undo button, because, c'mon, there's a game to finish). And the online works well enough, with lag not really being an issue.
Now, the games and the mod scene. If you like boardgames, and I'm not talking about Monopoly and Candyland, then you might find this interesting. I've already found a wealth of games I don't get an opportunity to bring to the table, and ones that I've always been curious about, but can't justify the expense. Twilight Imperium 3rd (which is a whooooole lot of stuff), Game of Thrones (with multiple set-ups for different amounts of players), Marvel Legendary, Spartacus, Smallworld, Carcassonne, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Cards Against Humanity, and on and on and on.... Most painstakingly rendered. Sure, the game doesn't have rulesets, so it's on the players to know how to play.
Even RPG players can find something here to like. Have a group that's drifted apart? Bring 'em back with this. Mods for various tilesets and character and monster minis, along with any dice variant you could want make this a great place for an RPG campaign as well.
If you're at all interested in tabletop games, give this a look, you might like what you see.