An RPG Resource Review:
This is just amazing!
Here you get a collection of rooms in the usual lush 0one Games style - an entrance hall, an empty room, an armoury, a library and a dark temple - but instead of just printing them out and using them, you can amend them to suit your needs first! Each room is paired with a 'control sheet' where you can choose the lighting level, pick various features from a list of options and even click on marked portions of the map to cycle through options - for example, choose between an open door, a closed door or the shattered remains of a door on the floor.
Moreover, you can save up to 3 'preset' configurations for later use, and add your own comments, which will be both saved and printed along with your map. While presented in full colour, the maps can also be converted to greyscale if preferred.
This product enables the DM to combine the visual effect of one of 0one Games's floorplans with the precise details of the room in question as determined by the needs of his own scenario... and you can even implement changes for when a party of adventurers return - perhaps there once was a locked door which they kicked in last time they came round, or the armoury may have been looted...
We are now beginning to see truly innovative uses of computer technology within role-playing product, but this one stands head and shoulders above the rest for being both technologically advanced and genuinely useful! Note that you will need to upgrade to Acrobat Reader v.6 to play with this at all, but that's a small price to pay (especially as Acrobat Reader is free anyway!).
Customizable Battlemaps: Dungeon Rooms Vol. I