Learn How to Use Tabletop Simulator

Gary Chavez teaches the basics of Tabletop Simulator step by step. You can open up your own copy of Tabletop Simulator and follow along at your own pace in this video tutorial.

Gary Chavez teaches the basics of Tabletop Simulator step by step. You can open up your own copy of Tabletop Simulator and follow along at your own pace.

After you learn the ropes, check out these 8 amazing, scripted mods for Tabletop Simulator.

Read more about Tabletop Simulator in our Versus: Tabletop Simulator vs. Tabletopia article.

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Gary Chavez

Retired Air Force Major, Aerospace Engineer, Salsa Dancer and Instructor, Married 11 years with 2 kids, Owner of GCRS Games - I love playing and designing board games and talking to other people who play and/or design board games.

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  • Thank you for this extremely helpful video! But there’s one thing I’ve been trying to figure out: In games like Call to Adventure, 7 Wonders, and One Deck Dungeon (for example), you need to keep parts of some cards exposed when they’re tucked under other cards. How do you do that?

    • You should be able to stack cards off center so that some part of the card is still visible. TTS would consider them to be two separate stacks though.

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