I have an idea for a useful product that might help make a GridMaster's life a little easier.
I purchased the TerrainLinxEditor from WWG, and once upon a time, there was a scenario editor for GunCrawl as well (still trying to find that one somewhere out in cyberspace), so I thought that a terrain editor/scenario editor might be something worthwhile to look into for Armor Grid using your Battle Tiles.
I can see the product scaling from a 3'x3' surface to maybe a 4'x6' surface of hexes and the tiles could be placed on this grid overlay to make the board easier to visualize on a small scale and then it would give you a list of tile overlays to print out to get that specific layout for your table that you just created in the program. They would also need to be rotatable to allow different configurations of the roads and rivers.
Anyone willing to take on the challenge? I know nothing about java or any of the newer programming languages to make use of the newer tech out there.
Also cross-posted to the Armor Grid forums.
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