09 June 2012

3D Space Hulk set now available!

Creative Gamescapes™ announces the launch of a new 3-D terrain set for Molding Enthusiasts called Spaceship X, now available for pre-order direct from www.creativegamescapes.com. The new line starts at $34.99 and will be shipped starting Feb. 21.
Spaceship X includes ship-to-ship terrain that can be used for both 15mm and 28mm scale tabletop gaming. The modular design allows a broad range of board configurations maximizing replayability for both measurement and tile-based game systems. The design possibilities are endless. The set is made from high-quality ABS plastic, making it more durable than paper, wood, resin or cardboard sets and more affordable than resin.
The Spaceship X basic tile set includes a wide selection of room, corridor and intersection pieces, removable doors and fully reversible walls designed with gameplay in mind. Each set contains four sprues measuring 11 inches by 12 inches and weighs 1.5 pounds.
In addition to simulating a spaceship environment, the set also can be used as an industrial or manufacturing complex, bio research facility, apocalyptic landscape or other futuristic environment.
Expansion sets, including additional room configurations, a vertical construction sprue and an expanded array of floor designs, are also being developed.
General specifications: Each square measures 44.45mm x 44.45mm and board section is 12.7mm tall. The overall wall height is 31.75mm from the tabletop and the assembled wall height from the top of the board section is 19.05mm. When assembled, the board sections easily accommodate most 20mm, 25mm and 40mm size bases. Detailed parts list can be found on www.creativegamescapes.com.
Package deals for purchases of eight and 12 sets are also available


  1. That looks great and it's a seriously good price. Nice to see soemthing different from the Hirst Arts stuff.

  2. This looks good, and I considered an order - but if it's 15mm then I'm not so sure how good a price it is. To have "space hulk" quantities of tiles would take - say 4 sets? $150 was what I paid for Space Hulk's 28mm stuff - which came with the GW minis, which, as we know, are worth their weight in gold (or crack). And plastic stuff is pretty darn cheap - I bought some 15mm tanks the other day for only $2-50 each.

  3. I understand its 28mm based, but useable also for 15mm games. The issue has always been that the only way to get a 3D Hulk was to scratch build it yourself, which wouldnt have been any cheaper and taken years of my time. Now you can get one into play much quicker if thats your thing.