I originally became aware of these tiles through a friend who had bought the Fiery Dragon hardcopy release. I was instantly taken with them and happily messed around with them for hours trying different configurations. The PDF version is just as good, consisting of the same 35 5"x5" geomorphic tiles depicting; cabins, flight decks, corridors, engine rooms and more.
Each tile has a 1 inch grid on it and they can be arranged and rearranged into numerous configurations. Using just the original 35 tiles you can create a pretty large starship, the ability to print out duplicate tiles as you need them makes this set truly versatile and useful. Edward Bourelle's graphic style is crisp, clean and attractive and the tiles themselves don't appear to be too toner heavy (although only time will tell on this point).
Not technically part of the e-Future releases(?) this PDF does provide you with 4 additional bonus tiles to help link this set with the tiles of that line - however I have not been able to find the bonus tile indicated as being available from the Skelelton Games website. Although they have the same distinctive graphic style of the e-Future tile sets I haven't yet tried to integrate them with this line so don't know how easy that will be, given the newer tiles do not follow the same 5x5 format. Regardless of these points however this is a great little PDF, in many ways probably more versatile than the e-Future sets. With the ability to print out multiple tiles the possiblities are huge. Although they appear to be designed for 25-30mm figures, the 15mm miniatures I am intending on using don't look too out of scale on these tiles.<br><br>
<b>LIKED</b>: Everything. Nice design, versatile, good looking and ideal if you need to knock up a quick floor plan for your miniatures or RPG session.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Honestly can't think of anything.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Very Good<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Very Satisfied<br>