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    Pro RPG Audio: Nuclear Sub Pack $1.25 $0.90
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    Pro RPG Audio: Nuclear Sub Pack
    Publisher: Plate Mail Games
    by Gavin D. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 09/13/2013 22:10:30

    As with the rest of Plate Mail Game's work, these three tracks are high-quality, looping beautifully to create a fantastic ambiance for your tabletop games, and their low price makes them an excellent value. On Patrol gives the sounds of a creaking submarine deep underwater, its systems functioning and beeping; Under Attack has red alerts going off; and Sunken Wreck has leaking water, creaking metal, and faint sounds of crying or whimpering, giving a wonderfully creepy vibe. As with the rest of Plate Mail Game's work, I cannot recommend these tracks enough.



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    Pro RPG Audio: Nuclear Sub Pack
    Publisher: Plate Mail Games
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 07/29/2013 11:07:17

    It's a while since I have run a game set on a submarine, but as I sit here with Track #1: On Patrol playing over my speakers (to the bemusement of my family!) I think it will fit in very well for any game involving space travel too.... just burbling away in the background when out in the black.

    Really nice atmospheric soundscapes to set the scene without intruding on it.

    Recommended if you have suitable situations in your game.



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