You have Flatpack: Fix the Future! You’ve run into some problems, you’ve beaten some Obstacles, and maybe you’ve beaten some fun puzzles and games.
So now what? You know you’re supposed to do something with all these Flatpacks you’ve discovered along the way. You’ve got to rebuild civilization one city at a time, and the Catalog is here to make that easier.
All the Flatpacks described in detail in the core Flatpack: Fix the Future! book are also here in this Catalog! For your convenience, their 3D model is presented from the top down. They’re ready to print out, cut out, and drop down onto any area map with a one inch by one inch grid.
Not fancy enough for you?
Okay, fine. There’s more.
Each building is on its own layer of this PDF. That way, if you only need to print out a copy of The Big Salmon cloning facility, but don’t need any of the other Well-Being based buildings, no problem. Many PDF readers will let you turn off layers you don’t need, and print only the ones you do, saving you ink and time! Turn off the Label layer, for example, and all the text will vanish.
But wait, there’s even more than that!
Need a map, but not one for making maps yourself? I hear you loud and clear. In an effort to make Flatpack almost no-prep for you, the second section of this catalog is a collection of one inch by one inch map pieces. Print out as many as you need, cut ‘em out, tape ‘em together, then viola! Easy peasy maps for you to use.
These beauties, created for Flatpack by the internet’s very own Greg Christopher, are for your ease of use setting up and playing Flatpack: Fix the Future!
Print out the sets you like, then stick them together however you want! Land, sea, river, deserts and even wastlands. Here’s some advice from the Flatpack core on what sorts of tiles are okay to build on so you can set the map with some challenges as your players lay out their buildings.