Introduction to Tabletop Simulator [Available on Steam]
Tabletop Simulator is a pretty self-explanatory title. It is a game intended to simulate a tabletop experience, anything from Dungeons and Dragons to a classic game of solitaire. The game supports modding by sharing objects with URLs. This means that when someone loads a mod, your computer is told what links to go download, and for those of you conscious about a metered connection, it does cache your downloads.
I'm going to do my best to help offer the resources for you to get started playing Furoticon on Tabletop Simulator.
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To use the files below, install and run Tabletop Simulator. Once you've run the game for the first time, exit the game and copy the .json files below into your "C:\Users\%USERNAME%\Documents\My Games\Tabletop Simulator\Saves\Saved Objects". Once you load up Tabletop Simulator, the objects should be available!
Deck Building tutorial!
For reliability, all of these 'mods' are pointing to resources located on imgur.com or pastebin.com. Imgur is used for images, while Pastebin is used for the 3D model data in .obj format.
Imgur Image Gallery can be found here. It has a lot of great resources and contains all the images being linked to by the .json files.
[I will link the pastebin.com resources for the counter sometime... Right now I'd have to link them one-by-one which I really don't feel like doing right now ]
- Tabletop Simulator Save (It looks like the image above. So your table is already ready to play! )
- All Cards! (This is a .zip folder containing every Furoticon card to date including Climax Pt.1 from the spoiler - for use with deck builder. Does not include the card backing and hidden card images below. Download those too!)
- All Tokens
- All Owners
- Strawberry Graduates and Gangbangs Owners
- Strawberry Welcome Freshmen Owners
Used when viewing a face up card in an opponenets hand
- This set really had no precon decks!
I have a web server that I use to host private games of Furoticon in Tabletop Simulator, and I wanted to know if anyone would be interested in playing Furoticon via Tabletop Simulator as opposed to webcam for ease-of-use.
Playing webcam games is not only challenging to setup for some players, but it can also be difficult to perform some mechanics such as re-organizing the top of an opponents Black Book, and this is where Tabletop Simulator (and Furoticon Online in the future) can make playing Furoticon over the internet significantly more accessible.