Fog Monster: Tabletop Nebelmaschine
Real Game FX kickstarten das Fog Monster – eine Nebelmaschine für Spieltische.
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Welcome one and all!
In this project our scientists have captured the essence of a genuine „Fog Monster“ and transferred it into a marvelous machine. Now with the flick of a switch you’ll see fog creep and crawl across your game terrain creating immersive atmosphere like never before. Prepare yourself for new gaming adventures in mysterious Fog!
„Fog Monster“ Features:
- Colorless – Will not stain or leave an oily residue on your terrain.
- Odorless – No unpleasant burning smell.
- Runs on water – No expensive formula or „juice“ to purchase.
- Cool low lying fog has the same creeping effect as dry ice.
- Long lasting – Over 3 hours of continuous fog (Fog Monster version).
- Adjustable volume – You control how much or how little fog you want. The longer it’s on, the denser it becomes.
- Instant – Fog instantly begins pouring out when it’s turned on and stops when it’s turned off.
Which Monstrous Fog Machine Should You Buy For Gaming?
It depends on your game play. There are two Fog machines in this project for two different playing styles. Both machines use the same internal components to make fog.
The first machine is the „Fog Monster“ which uses a pipe system to deliver the fog into your game. This design allows you to hide the pipe behind your existing terrain pieces so that the fog enters like it is part of the natural environment.
The second Fog Machine is the The „Dark Crypt“ Fog Machine. The Dark Crypt is meant to be placed in the game terrain and produces fog that exits through the doors and windows.
Other Uses for the Fog Monster Fog Machine:
- Special FX.
How Does It Work?
With the simple turn of a switch the Fog Monster will immediately begin producing Fog. Fog Monster uses an ultrasonic transducer that atomizes ordinary water and turns it into a cool dense fog that rolls across your game terrain with creeping, crawling ground effects.
NOTE: For players with wood, card game tiles and boards, paper or cardboard terrain. Fog is humid air. Fog will cause moisture build up. Owners of paper or wood based game pieces should take moisture build-up into consideration before deciding to use fog in game as fog moisture may cause paper or wood based pieces to peel or warp.
We have not found any problems from moisture build up on nonporous game pieces that use water or oil based paints. We have used wax paper under our set to protect any porous, wooden, or cardboard, table top surface from moisture.
Link: Fog Monster Kickstarter