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Thank you! Were you at GodotCon as well? I only really announced I was there on Mastodon, to be fair.

Thank you! :D I would love to support both Android and iOS in the future, but that will probably be a ways off.

If you mean multiplayer via LAN, then it is coming in the first major update! However, having multiple players switch control using the same computer is not currently planned.

Thank you! :D Yeah I agree, it could be a lot more obvious, especially in player's hands - I'll have a play around with this for the next update.

Thank you! The full list of supported image formats can be found here, which includes webp.

UPDATE: The game is now available from Flathub!

Apologies for that, I've just set it to public, you should be able to access it now!

Thank you! Yeah, it will be on Flatpak and (hopefully) Steam as well, but I've decided to wait until it's out of beta before publishing it there.

I've fixed the issue on the development branch (and it should be ready for the next beta) - think it was due to some of the surfaces of the meshes not having materials assigned to them when the game expected them to. So the game will now show a warning instead of throwing an error if this is the case.

Update on this: the next beta version will have 32-bit binaries included for Linux and Windows :D

Thank you! :) Are you able to send a link to the 3D model you're trying to import? I'll see if I can fix the crash on my end.

This is something I've been looking into for a while - I'll be happy to make 32-bit binaries for Linux and Windows, I just need to test them thoroughly.

The game is actively being improved upon by me and the community, specifically with the handling of objects, there is now an issue about this on GitHub!

If you're struggling to run the game, please post an issue on GitHub and I can try to help you out!

Hey everyone! Over the past two years, I've been working on a free and open-source tabletop board game simulator, and last night I released the game out into the wild with it's first beta! \o/

Some notable features include:

  • Multiplayer support, with no logins or sign-ups required! Just host a game, and share the room code with your friends.
  • A fully-simulated 3D physics sandbox.
  • An easy-to-use asset pack system, so you can add your own images, models, and music to the game.
  • The ability to paint on the table.
  • A "flip table" button.

If this sounds like something you would enjoy, feel free to give it a try and let me know what you think! I'm always looking to make the game as good as it can be, and I need your help to do so. If you want, you can also help contribute to the game in a number of ways!

You can download Tabletop Club for Windows, macOS, and Linux on, and the source code is available on GitHub!