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Tabletop Audio Alternatives

The best Tabletop Audio alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. 26

    Immersive, dynamic sound effects and music for tabletop games

    /syrinscape-alternatives
  2. 16

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

    /inkarnate-alternatives
  3. 13

    Freely accessible online collection of random generators for tabletop games.

    /donjon-bin-sh-alternatives
  4. 11

    Custom shaped online noise machines. Many Many generic sounds

    /mynoise-alternatives
  5. Eigengrau's Essential Establishment Generator - a procedural city generator for tabletop gaming

    Open Source

    /eigengraus-generator-alternatives
  6. 11

    Premium audio library for tabletop gaming

    /battlebards-alternatives
  7. Feeling that the noise of the big city is too much for you to bear?

    $2.99 / One-off

    /noizio-alternatives
  8. Ambient sounds to wash away distraction.

    /a-soft-murmur-alternatives
  9. Listen online to relaxing sound atmospheres, ambient music or chilling sound effects. You can even create and mix your own moods, all for free.

    /ambient-mixer-alternatives
  10. Owlbear Rodeo is an attempt to make a web app to run tabletop encounters without the complicated setup process needed for other VTTs.

    /owlbear-rodeo-alternatives
  11. Rainy Mood is the world's most popular rain simulator. Sleep, study, and relax with the sound of rain.

    /rainy-mood-alternatives
  12. A self-hosted, modern, and developer-friendly roleplaying platform.

    Open Source

    /foundry-virtual-tabletop-alternatives
  13. RPG Map II is a “tabletop RPG” oriented map maker, created with the “keep it clean & simple” philosophy in mind.

    /tabletop-rpg-map-editor-2-alternatives
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