Calamus - A TTRPG Map-Maker

In-app purchases
3.1
463 reviews
50K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

The Calamus is a companion for tabletop roleplaying games, such as Dungeons & Dragons or Pathfinder, that allows you to create huge battlemaps utilizing dozens of hand-drawn tiles, create custom PC, NPC, and FOE tokens, and host games in which players can add and move their own characters in real-time.

The Calamus also features a robust chat, in which you can send messages as yourself or any token you have in play, publicly or privately.

Fog of War and 2x2 Characters have recently been added.

Note: To use the app you will need to make an account, which includes your email address. We only use this for communication such as a lost passcode or rare announcements of new features or bug fixes. We will not sell your email address or spam you. Further, signing up for an account grants you a 7-day free trial in which most of the features of the app are available. After that, you can sign up for a monthly or yearly subscription. You will NOT be automatically charged.

You can find more details on our website: https://trapstreetstudios.com/theCalamus.
Updated on
Feb 15, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Financial info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.2
427 reviews
J
January 14, 2024
This is what I need for work/travel! The only downside currently is the lack of tiles, ground tiles such as snow, pine trees, shaded ground tiles etc for all seasons or time of day. You can use different colored maps to simulate different ground tiles but more seasonal and time of day tiles among others would help with the cost of the app. Otherwise, an ok addition to optionally have in a DMs tool box
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TrapStreet Studios
January 15, 2024
Thank you so much for the awesome feedback! We'll be publishing new tiles soon, so be on the lookout for those content releases.
Dustin Winters
December 4, 2023
The log-in experience is a nightmare. The stupid symbol thing isnt cute or stylish, its just standing between me and my account that I've paid a subscription fee for. Just use a password and link to a Google account like every other app, dont try and get creative when it comes to user security. Update: The account process is far too buggy and complicated. I cancelled my subscription and requested a refund through Google Play.
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TrapStreet Studios
December 4, 2023
Apologies for the issue! When setting up an account for the first time, you should never have to enter your passcode on the same device unless you log out. We recently went through a big update, and I think you stumbled on a bug. We'll put out an update soon. I hope that you'll give us another chance, but we totally understand if you don't.
Phillip McCollam
November 3, 2023
Hey this is really good! Easy to use on a phone, and I imagine it would be amazing in a tablet! Randomly decorating the rooms I places with appropriate features was an unexpected surprise, and being able to cycle through/manually place them was over the top. My subscription budget is spoken for, alas! But keep it up! It's awesome!
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What's new

BUG FIXES
Some users were having issues with deleting tiles from their map staying deleted. This build should fix the issue moving forward. Also, this build fixes an issue for people trying to resubscribe.

Full patch notes: https://trapstreetstudios.com/theCalamus/patchnotes