This set marks a kind of new beginning for SkeletonKey Games’s printable miniatures-scale tiles. With “2e Adventure Tiles,” Ed Bourelle introduces a modified artistic style. Specifically, the floor squares now have a more irregular look, and walls appear to be made of gray bricks or dressed stone rather than the old-style thick black walls. Six “bonus” tiles provide connections between the new and old styles. The layouts themselves are, frankly, not particularly exciting, but they do form a solid foundation for a new wave of Adventure Tiles from this industry stalwart.
[4 of 5 Stars!]