A small company was born this year called Angry Mojo Games. The folks at Angry Mojo wanted to create some awesome gaming terrain lines, including ruins, cityscapes, cemeteries, and more, and yesterday, their Kickstarter campaign launched, called Big Box Terrain. There are three main sets you can pick up right now, including the Downtown Hexopolis, Graveyard, and Ruins and Rubble.
The terrain is made with MDF and laser cut, and the fun part of this particular campaign is that Angry Mojo Games owns their laser cutter. This only means good things for backers. I say this because they are hoping to be able to start shipping in December since they don’t have to wait for a third party to make the product. Backing the project is enabling them to get better equipment to make the terrain faster, thus getting it in to your hands faster. It looks like there will be some cool stretch goals to come, and we can guess that they’ll include more pieces for each of the three sets, or even pieces that can be used across all 3 sets.
Each set runs for $50, and there are some bonuses to certain levels, such as getting your name somewhere in the Graveyard set. I think that’s pretty awesome. The Kickstarter page references Malifaux in the Graveyard description, and games such as Warmachine and Warhammer 40k with the Ruins and Rubble set, so it is pretty versatile. Check out the Kickstarter page to see photos of each set and details on pledge levels. I think that $50 for how much terrain you get in a set is an incredible price, and with a goal of $3,000, stretch goals should be a quickly attained feat. Big Box Terrain will end on November 7th, so evaluate what kind of terrain would best enhance your gaming experience, and make sure it gets to your table.