My wife and I have been reducing the amount of “clutter” in our lives… but I also have an interest in wargaming.
SOOOOO! I thought I’d make a set of easy snap-together wargaming terrain. It all comes apart and just stacks in a box… put it together in a million combinations, play, return to box. Booyah. I will probably keep this VERY minimal and airbrush/spray paint it.
One thing I want to do is specifically edge highlight the edges of the floor tiles that have the wall notches on them, so at a glance at the stack of floors you can better pick out which ones will work for a given situation.
If you know a wargamer 40K, Killteam, Frostgrave, Etc, they might dig this.
I cut everything you see on the table from 2 pieces of 1/8" MDF from Home Depot, the 2’x4’ pieces. The thickness of that material is pretty important for things to snap together reasonably well. The wall joints (after lots of testing) just snap in and you press them in with a little effort and they hold together well.
The only “assembly” required is that these cool bridge platform pieces are a stack of 3 pieces, so there’s a floor thickness gap, so they can just slide over other floors and they hold up really strongly.
These combine to make real flexibility like this:
I was super impressed with how easy these were to just slap together as fast as you can grab pieces. This stuff on the table you see had no planning whatsoever, it was all just "grab another piece, snap it in, repeat. It’s pretty forgiving in terms of “too many slots/not enough slots”… things just kind of work, and it’s pretty strong.
I’m throwing them up here for free… if you make something using the system I’d love to see what you did and cut them . Arranging these for printing is up to you, I’m afraid
Note that I’m using these for Frostgrave, which isn’t as much about ranged combat and low cover, sooo… if you’re doing range heavy stuff you might want to print/design more low cover options.
I’m including my “Working” file, but all the things to actually cut are the “cutting” files.