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Gaming Terrain Game Mats Wave 2 - VinylMatz by GameMatz

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Last year we ran our first Kickstarter for our VinylMatzâ„¢ game mats and with the help of our amazing backers we raised almost $20,000 making it the most funded Kickstarter for vinyl game mats.


Since then we have been busy designing new designs and products. We are excited to bring you Wave 2 of the VinylMatzâ„¢. For those of you that missed out last time on these awesome prices now is your chance to back our signature game mat that has been taking over the industry by storm.



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VinylMatzâ„¢ are our entry level gaming mat that are printed on a premium heavy weight 13 oz. matte vinyl banner material. This vinyl material has a woven scrim texture for durability and also assists in preventing slippage of models during game play. This vinyl material is the perfect playing surface your table top miniatures games. Our mats are waterproof and UV safe which will make them last for years.


MATE SIZES We are offering six sizes of game mats: 3x3, 3x4, 3x6, 4x4, 4x6 and 4x8. Each size we offer has different images from which you the backers can choose.


Our VinylMatzâ„¢ Feature:


  • Four industry standard game mat sizes: 3x3, 3x4, 3x6, 4x4, 4x6 & 4x8
  • Vivid color and highly detailed artwork printed at 720 x 720 resolution
  • Made of highly durable waterproof and tear resistant matte vinyl
  • Durable and long-lasting matte vinyl which will last for years
  • Super easy to clean with a damp cloth and water or gentle cleaner
  • 10 optional FREE grid size add-ons

We are starting off with a great selection of images to choose from with additional images that will unlock as we reach our stretch goals. We are starting with a funding amount of $1000 as that is the minimum amount needed to cover the expenses associated with the vinyl material and ink for printing.


At GameMatz we are all about the fine detail



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Very neat project.  I'm a little confused about the multiple mat dollar amounts.  Is this for multiples of the same graphic or, if you buy multiples, can you pick different images as long as they are the same size?

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I was looking at this until i saw US ONLY, Being in Canada thats a hard pill to swallow.

 

There also doesn't seem to be a cave system or dungeon that I would use in my dnd games. Still looks super cool and if I could back I would.

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Hmm, might join for the winter or water map. Maybe deep space, but I'd prefer something orbital-looking for when Dropfleet Commander ships.

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I think I'm going to get a 4x6 Azul Starfield with either 1" or 1.5" hexes.

And possibly a 3x3 Winter Pass, maybe with a 1" square grid, maybe not.

 

So do I figure cost for each as if I'm buying one of each size ($58+26) or two ($54+23) ??

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I think I'm going to get a 4x6 Azul Starfield with either 1" or 1.5" hexes.

And possibly a 3x3 Winter Pass, maybe with a 1" square grid, maybe not.

 

So do I figure cost for each as if I'm buying one of each size ($58+26) or two ($54+23) ??

 

That same question is currently keeping me from backing it. If it's cumulative between sizes, I might actually get some!

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I just asked the following on the Kickstarter page:

 

I'm thinking about backing, but I want mats in at least two sizes, how do I figure pricing?

For example I want x1 4x6 and x1 3x3 do I figure cost for each as if I'm buying one of each size ($58+26) or two ($54+23) ??
And what if I want x1 4x6 and x2 3x3 ??

Thanks.

 

I'll let ya'll know what I get told.

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