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GM Forge - Virtual Tabletop

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GM Forge is a Standalone Virtual Tabletop with competitive features, making it a good affordable alternative. When you buy a copy of GM Forge, your friends join you through their web browser without purchasing a copy. It has all the competitive features in other virtual tabletops, as well as some impressive new innovative ideas built with the average GM in mind. GM Forge is a sandbox for GMs, and has 6 sample systems available on the workshop with some automation setup for basic play, with the option of downloading additional user created content and mods through the steam workshop! Active discord channel : https://discord.gg/usy4ByNFeatures In GM Forge Dynamic Lighting Worldmaps / Map connecting Online/Offline/Local Network Support Combat Tracker Music and Youtube video integration Voice/Video chat Drag and Drop inventory/spellbook management Automation/Auto Calculations Custom Character Sheets Full System Builder Custom Dice Custom Compendiums Hand out building Presentation ready notes (Automating your Notes) Resource Pages that allow you to share your PDFs and Important images with your party Modding/Workshop Support And the list goes on...
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Release date
May 30, 2018
Developer
Game Master LLC
Publisher
Game Master LLC
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://www.gmforge.io

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Steam

GM Forge - Virtual Tabletop reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
So I knew this ATV (virtual table top) at the time it was developing. Compared to roll20 that starts to stagnate GmForge already offers a nice content. The community and the developer "Aaron" (I want to clarify that he is solo behind) already offers us a beautiful future. If you want to see new features appear or there is a bug just talk about it on their discord and the answer is done pretty quickly. The only thing that can be complicated for the new is the getting started but even for that Aaron makes videos every week to present all this and there is a part grouping his videos embedded in the application. He also makes videos next to present new content. So I want to say that for me at the moment GmForge has quite its place as new ATV. The price is reasonable given the features it offers.
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Microsoft from French
GM forge is a virtual game table, very good alternative to Roll20 or FG, constantly improving, the developer staying tuned and responding by regular updates to the suggestions of the users of the forge. Discord from GM forge (anglophone, but if you have any questions, we will not stay there without answers): https://discord.gg/usy4ByN remember that for about twenty euros, this one copy of GM forge will allow all your friends to join your party free via their Internet browsers (chrome/Firefox...), and it's very well done, simple and intuitive if you are comfortable with the language of Shakespeare. Many options are available for your JDR parts: fog of war, connections between maps, music and video system via YouTube or your computer, universe creation system, free creation of your character sheets, items, spells, etc... support of your animated maps and tokens (. MP4), automations systems, weapons-related actions and skills (if you know how to code in Java JSON it will help you enormously, a code easy to take in hand and manipulate), system of rights for players, and there are in core a bunch of other features, the workshop is also available, modders have developed superb World Builder in the world of DND 5th, heresy, Pathfinder, etc... For my part I build my campaign, my characters and monsters cards in the universe of Naheulbeuk, here is a preview of the sheets to give you an idea of what you can do at this level: a sample of my Monster leaves: https://image.ibb.co/cuhvud/Feuille_de_Monstre.jpg and another for my PJ sheets (of course accessible by the player): https://image.ibb.co/d5ufSy/Feuille_de_perso.jpg this is for my review, there are many details that I have not mentioned do not hesitate to see other reviews on this software. Well evid for my part I recommend GM forge, who will probably succeed in killing Roll20...
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