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 Well... We are back again! With Our 3rd Kickstarter for STL Files! 28mm Sci-fi Buildings and Scenery!

First up is our main Pledge, For £40 you will receive all of this!

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Stretch Goals!

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Missed Our last Kickstarters? 

For £130 You can get all three Kickstarters!

28mm Modular Buildings - STL Files - OpenLOCK

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 28mm Universal Tile Kickstarter - Modern

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