|Product Name:||Ready to Play - Backgammon Set|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
|Created By:||Denki Gaka|
Ready for a game? Grab this awesome looking backgammon set and get ready to play! This classic briefcase styled backgammon set comes complete with morphing dice cups, 2 pairs of dice, 30 stones, and a doubling cube. It includes four realistic textures: Traditional vinyl with plastic stones, polished wood with granite stones, inlaid marble with marble stones, and a futuristic aluminum with metal stones. And the entire set was designed to work with any seamless tiling shaders, so it is easy to customize. Objects may be loaded separately, or you may use the convenient preload to place the whole set in your scene all at once with everything parented to the case so you can use the included hierarchical poses and hierarchical materials. What's more, the case was built to be easy to use on a table, but the root node is in the handle so it is easy to parent to any hand if you want your characters to carry it.
The included poses have utility poses for positioning individual objects in relation to the board, as well as a thirteen game in progress poses made to match the progress of an actual complete game. Die poses are included to allow you to easily choose which face of the die is facing up, without affecting its location. And there are poses included to position the stones on the points in any row or column, place them on the bar in the center, and to move them to the stone holder on the side of the board as you bear off at the end of the game.
So whether Michael and Victoria are settling in for an afternoon of fun and games, or you are just adding some visual spice to a room in a render, this classy backgammon set is sure to liven up your Runtime!
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