Friday, October 29, 2010

Coming Soon!!!! Battle Frame 5000.

Introducing a new way to create your modular scenery gaming tables. No need to go hunting for perfect cut squares of polystyrene or timber. We've eliminated the framework headaches for you with this easily assembled kit. And not only that, the magnets keep it all in place

- 300mm/1' square modular tiles, 33mm high.
- Precision Laser Cut 3mm MDF
- Rare Earth Magnet technology lets each tile 'click' into place against the next. Also easily removed to change your scenery from game to game
- Easily assembled, just glue and go.
- Durable, hard wearing, can handle the knocks of any gaming session.
- Start building your modular scenery straight on top.

We've only just scratched the surface here with Battle Frame 5000. Hot on the heels of these initial releases will see varying depths and sizes of tile, to make your table so diverse, no two games need be the same.

Coming in a 16 tile pack, enough to cover a 4' x 4' table, including over 200 pieces, get your framework done and dusted, leaving you more time to spend on building your scenery.

Also available in a 24 tile pack, over 300 pieces, this kit is huge! Cover a 6' x 4' table with a modular framework that deals with the difficult part of creating modular tiles that are durable and accurate.

[center]Watch this space!!![/center]


  1. Do you have any expectations of what this might cost? Ive been considering the GW gameboard (@ $450 AUS), but if this is going to a significantly cheaper option, I might revise my decision.


  2. 5300.64 (300mm tiles, 6x4, 24 tiles) $169.95AU
    5300.44 (300mm tiles, 4x4, 16 tiles) $119.95AU

  3. Looks fantastic, saw a video on all the different tile sizes on another blog and i have to say i am impressed, especially at the prices listed in the comment above. The GW table is ridiculously over priced and has nowhere near the versatility this system could offer. Is there a release date for this product range?

  4. With all things going according to plan, we should see it released before this week is over :)

  5. Has this been released, and is there a distributor in the UK? thanks