NMDC, as the Game Master | Tried

NMDC, as the Game Master | Tried


Do you love tabletop RPGs and love spending nights with friends in the middle of some adventure? If you answered yes to these questions, NMDC might definitely be for you once it is released. The first work of Paper Crown Studio promises to transpose the classic RPG tabletop experience digitally through an application that will be distributed both on PC and on smartphones and tablets.

A system that, if all goes well , promises to be the solution for anyone who wants to play a tabletop role-playing game comfortably remotely and, why not, maybe even on mobile during a long journey or more comfortably on the sofa at home.

We tried the I play with the following PC:

GPU: Zotac RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC MOBO: Asus ROG STRIX Z370-F RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB DDR4 3200MHz CPU: Intel i5 8600k 3.6 GHZ SSD: Sabrent SSD 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Keyboard: Corsair K70 LUX Red LED Cherry MX Brown Mouse: Fnatic Flick 2 Headphones: Logitech G930 Monitor: Samsung C27HG 70 Quad HD 144Hz HDR

Between promises and work to do

But how is NMDC today? Certainly promising, even if there is still a lot of work to be done. The initial business card, for example, is certainly not the best, with the layout of the various menus and different interfaces leaving enough to be desired. In this sense, the willingness on the part of the developers to replicate a sort of runic palette is certainly good and perfectly in line with what is the goal of NMDC, but everything needs to be modernized and harmonized, removing that amateurish appearance that today it hovers in these aspects.

Dwelling excessively on the style of the menus and interfaces of an interesting work such as NMDC would however be ungenerous and in fact, despite a state of the work still far from being concluded, the title of Paper Crown Studio is already a more than promising nature shines through. In short, under a hard shell there seems to be something interesting and able to give some satisfaction to lovers of tabletop role-playing games.

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NMDC: in the name of customization

NMDC allows you to create a game session in a highly customizable way, starting from the game map passing through the various characters, up to the various rules and characteristics that govern the whole. Considering then how it will be possible to embark on these adventures built entirely by the players through multiple types of devices, it is clear that everything takes on very interesting outlines.

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