The last couple of years I have wanted to work on projects that had more community focus instead of just commissioned pieces. One of my endeavors was to import games for Tabletop Simulator (TTS) on Steam. It’s a great game that allows players from all over the world to come together and play tabletop games, card games, dice games, or even custom designed games. It’s not complicated and is one of my favorite games to play when I can get friends together.
For this project I worked with a couple of other players to set a standard since it was new. A friend of mine helped with a template that could be used for importing the various cards that offered a good balance of resolution and in-game function after some tweaks I suggested, and then I worked with a fellow gamer in St. Petersburg, Russia to further the standard of resolution of cards and presentation in the workshop. Now that we have combined forces there are a lot of battle decks that people can play, and it’s as close to the real thing as possible, which is what I sought out to do.
There is an Sharing is Caring achievement for Steam, that to my surprise, only 0.3% of players have achieved. To get this achievement, someone needs to create and upload 3 valid games for players to use; to-date I have completed 15 games and have over 10k current subscribers.
If you wanted to check out my collection it can be found on the steam workshop [ here ].