No doubt everyone already knows the quality of the e-Adventure artwork from the other products by SKG. However, the possiblities for arranging the tiles are multiplied when they are hexagonal-shaped rather than square tiles.
As no other hex-grid floorplans I have encountered have been designed to make full use of the hexagon's tessallating shape, I believe that Ed Bourelle has come up with a unique product.
A few more tiles with different features would have been nice in this set, as it is the only hex-tile set currently available. Substituting two of the fifteen forest tiles with a couple more "wilderness feature" tiles would have made it perfect. However, I can only trust that this means that there will be "Hex Wilderness Ruins" and "Hex Wilderness Paths" to follow!
I suppose it would unrealistic to expect there to be as many Hex tile sets as square ones (most games still use square grids, after all), but I sincerely hope that there are many more products in this line yet to come after Hex Caves is released.
<b>LIKED</b>: Hexagons! Hex-sided tiles are brilliant idea.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: It is currently the only hex-tile product available.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Excellent<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br>