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Roll20

Roll20 is a suite of easy-to-use digital tools that expand pen-and-paper gameplay.

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Roll20 Alternatives

The best Roll20 alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    A self-hosted, modern, and developer-friendly roleplaying platform.

    Open Source

  2. 76

    Create, host, and manage your tabletop role-playing games — online or in person

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    Official online toolset for Dungeons & Dragons tabletop gaming

  5. 84

    Fantasy Grounds is a virtual tabletop to help facilitate play of tabletop-style role-playing games...

  6. 52

    A free-form map editor for role-playing games, focusing on overland and continental maps.

  7. 55

    MapTool is a 100% community driven and 100% free to use online, multiuser, networked, graphical, interactive, programmable virtual tabletop.

    Open Source

  8. 70

    Beyond Tabletop is a set of tools for RPG players with easy-to-use online character sheets and maps.

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    Rolisteam helps you to manage tabletop role playing games with remote friends/players.

    Open Source

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    Campaign Cartographer is the leading map making software for games (RPGs, miniatures and wargaming).

    paid $22.45 / One-off (Full commercial license)

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    Tableplop is an easy to learn, fun to use virtual tabletop for role playing games. It includes everything you need to play TTRPGs remote apart from audio chat and works great on mobiles and computers.

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    An online grid-based map editor for games, with real-time collaboration.

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    GM Forge is a Standalone Virtual Tabletop and is a sandbox for GMs.

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    is an intuitive yet powerful fantasy map creation tool for 64-bit Windows 10, Linux, and MacOSX.

    Open Source

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