Zorbeltuss wrote:How does that work?
Everyone needs to be online on the same time?
Yeah, sorry; should have clarified. It's a video conference alternative to being in-person at a gaming table, rather than an asynchronous gaming platform. It allows the GM to set up image screens, with or without grids, and even to set up a "fog of war" for portions the players can't see. Meanwhile, the players each control one of their tokens.
You don't have to use that screen just for miniatures on a map, though; it serves perfectly well as spaces to display NPC images, countryside maps or whatever. It uses video conferencing so everyone can interact in real time, and also has a chat function, including a dice roller.
There is no game built in to this set-up; it's wholly a system meant to facilitate gaming, rather than provide it. It's pretty sweet. I'm in the middle of a move from Atlanta to Portland, and I'll be finishing up a couple of games with groups here in Georgia once I get settled in.