Virtual Props for Call of Cthulhu® Gaming
The mad geniuses at Type 40 are ready to help you up your Call of Cthulhu® gaming sessions. Type 40 artists have rendered some nifty occult artifacts into 3D form and set them up for your players to investigate them via augmented reality. Can they find their secrets? Do they dare?
- Sarcophagus-shaped box: 5 digital reference cards + 3D digital prop
- Travel Trunk and contents: 4 digital reference cards + 3D digital prop
- Leroy Turner’s Trumpet: 4 digital reference cards + 3D digital prop
- Using Augmented Reality: 1 digital reference card
- AR: Supported Devices: 1 digital reference card
Digital reference cards
Each artifact has two to four digital reference cards, provided as PNG format images. If you run your games via a virtual tabletop (such as Roll20 or Astral), or video call (such as Zoom), you can upload and share each card as a digital handout. If you and your group play in person, print and use them as you would a paper handout.
3D digital props
3D digital props are supplied as GLB format. You can view these using the 3D Viewer app on Windows 10/11, or with a variety of free third-party apps that support GLB files on any device.
No software or app is required! Just scan the accompanying QR code on your phone or device to display the game prop. You’ll be able to explore the prop for clues and information, switch to Augmented Reality with a tap.
Produced under license from Chaosium Inc. (chaosium.com)
Call of Cthulhu, Masks of Nyarlathotep, Chaosium Inc., and the Chaosium logo are registered trademarks of Chaosium Inc. Used with permission. The “Star” Elder Sign is the Chaosium Arcane Symbol, created in 1983 for the second edition of the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game and is © copyright 1983 Chaosium Inc.
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