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Gaming Paper: 1" Squares (Roll)

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Gaming Paper is the latest innovation in roleplaying and miniatures accessories and is a low-cost alternative to expensive battlemaps and tile sets. It’s an inexpensive, reusable and disposable product for gamers.

Gaming Paper is sold in convenient rolls 30 inches wide and 12 feet long, for 30 square feet of playing surface. At only $4 per roll, it's a fraction of the cost of other gaming mats on the market. Not only is it usable for miniatures games, but it is also ideal for roleplaying games. Anyone can use pens, markers, or other simple writing implements to create detailed terrain for campaigns or miniatures battles.

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OwlCon sees use of Gaming Paper.

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I ran and played in some games at this years (2011) OwlCon and saw several GM's that used Gaming Paper. I used it during the time I ran Second Darkness. I like that it allows me to draw maps that can see several uses over a module or AP. The cost is very good too. I have learned from experience that DryErase markers don't work very well on Battlemats. But with Gaming Paper I can use any type of marker. The light weight is appreciated when my 62 year old body has to lug several maps to the game. Overall a very good product. Oh, I recently bought the single sheet pack. Haven't had a chance to use it yet but look forward to that moment.

For what it was, it has a good price

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I guess my expectations were high. I expected graph paper about 30 squares across and then rolled up on a tube. And that was exactly what I got.

What i didn't expect was the paper. I thought it would be notebook quality paper. or at least something solid. What it is is paper that has the consistency of Christmas wrapping paper. So it works, but don't be too rough with it or it might tear.

Also, as another review said, it's brown. I would have preferred white, but i happened to turn over the paper and it was white there and the blue lines on the brown side *barely* showed through, but the showed through enough that with good light you can see them.

So what I got was what was promised. My expectations were set too high though.

Worked Out Nice for Me


I brought some shortly after Sean K Reynolds mentioned it on his blog. What I like is the blank side underneath; flipping it sometimes lets you use a nice 'mirror' universe to a map. I enjoy the size of them, since multiple pieces can be taken and arranged together for a big grid.

Enjoy them. They are as advertised: Cheap, easy Maps.

Gaming Paper


I recently bought my first roll. I say first roll because I can see me buying more. I actually liked the brown background for the maps I was drawing. I would like to see a light green and a light grey version in the future. The maps look great and are easy to transport. For the cost, it is well worth a try.

Great product -

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I saw Gaming Paper for the first time at Gen Con this year and I scoffed at the idea. Why bother buying something designed to be thrown out when I have my awesome battlemats? A few nights ago I sat down for the first time ready to pre-draw some maps for an up and coming campaign I'm running and I'm willing to admit, my initial impressions were flat out wrong.

Gaming paper works exactly as advertised. First of all, it lies completely flat on the table after being rolled out (from what their website claims, this is due to the clay coating on the paper). Secondly, the paper took colored Sharpie markers with absolutely no bleed-through or smudging. My maps looked better than anything I've ever done to date simply because I could really take my time, make it look good, and know it's not going to wipe away the first time a player tries to move his mini. A couple of cuts later I rolled the maps back up, stuck them in a poster tube and they were ready to go for the gaming session.

I have to admit, like the creators of Gaming Paper claim, it's not that it's designed to replace the battlemat, but it's intended to be used as another tool in the gaming toolbox. I can pre-draw maps I plan on using a few times over in greater detail than I can on a battlemat, it seems to be durable enough to be used over and over, and it's really not that expensive all things considered. I'll still use the battlemat for quick and dirty encounters, and I like my Paizo flip-mats when appropriate, but this stuff has a place at my gaming table anyday.

(Oh, and I can wrap up presents for gaming friends in it for fun).

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