Support for image and video files, as well as a growing collection of massive handmade 3D environments!
Endless ways to customize your maps with daytime, weather, sounds and effects to perfectly fit any scenario for your adventure!
Including all the tools you may need at the table - fog of war, customizable grid, distance measurements, digital tokens and a paint layer for markings!
»Infinite Realms provides that rare combination of functional power and ease-of-use which culminates into a remarkable "at the table" gaming experience for both players and gamemasters especially as it applies to Weather Effects, Fog of War, Markup, and Sound Studio.« - The_Vogon_Poet via Discord
»This overhaul of the weather system is amazing! It might be one step of many to complete, but it's already looking spectacular!« - _just_afox_ via YouTube
»Looks great! Definitely helps give a cinematic look to the map.« - Xeno_Wyvvern via YouTube
»This is literally the coolest program I have ever used. [...] Quality product that 100% takes care of all of my digital table top needs.« - TonyFlorence via Discord
»This is exactly what I am looking for. I run a game for my wife and kids. I just want a great tabletop map. I do not need, or want, online play, character sheets, rule books, or any of that extra vtt clutter.« - Tony Savary via YouTube
»Loving the product, so many music/sound options! and your maps lighting and 3d features.« - Newmanator via Discord
»This ticks ALL the right boxes!« - James Askins via YouTube
Set the time of your scenario exactly as you need it with a 24-hour cycle for day and night! The sun and moon are automatically positioned and the lighting is adjusted for bright days, dark nights and atmospheric dusks and dawns.
Have you ever wondered what a fairy tree would look like in a real fairy forest? Or want to transfer your desert scene to Mars? With Hue Shift, you can recolor your map with a single slider.
This example video map is Coastal Village Nightime by Manny Sykes.
The standard D&D scale of 1 inch equals 5 feet is not for you? The distance between the players and the map can be increased for exploration, large battles, or tabletop wargaming systems.
Developing and bringing Infinite Realms to its current state, where we can confidently and joyfully go live, has been an exciting and long journey. Today, I want to give you a quick rundown of what we experienced on this journey. It all started with a crazy idea, a dream of creating the perfect tool to enhance the role-playing experience at the table. But, as we soon found out, nothing like it existed on the market.
Welcome to Kóngulódalur, which is Icelandic and means spider valley. It’s autumn in the mountains, it’s cold and it’s snowing. Here grow only a few conifers and frugal plants that can cope well with cold and darkness. We start our journey in the spider valley at a small stream that falls into a gorge. This gorge divides the entire map into two halves. Is there a path across the gorge that the adventurers can take without danger?
What is the best Tabletop Battlemap Screen for a Projector? Optimal Reflective Surfaces on YouTube The Battlemap projector hangs on the ceiling, the adventure is prepared and everything is ready for the first RPG session! But at the first battle, the image quality leaves more than a little to be desired! The Infinite Realms team has tested tablecloths, pads, screens and reflective paints for you! We installed a ceiling mount for the projector at both Nina and Dannys place, as well as Jessis and Jans.
It feels like our Kickstarter campaign at the beginning of the year was an eternity ago! Back then we had a working software, but it was far from finished. At that point, Infinite Realms was about more than an MVP (minimum viable product) and that pissed us off quite a bit. We would have loved to have a finished software on the market, without the detour via Kickstarter. However, reality caught up with us very quickly.