You might look at MapTools, with the player-designed MHR campaign. It's a solid virtual table, and the MHR campaign does an adequete job of keeping the distinctions going.
ThorguildJune Jazz wrote:Though it's not likely to materialize anytime soon, I'd love to see a digital app. Like, something you can use to play the game over iPad or Android devices out of the box. If it's done right then something like this could go a long way to reaching outside the usual RPGing demographic as well as easing the learning curve for new players.
Oh I know about MapTool. I just played a MHR session last night on it based on the "new" Secret Wars. Had a fun time with my original Spider-Girl character bapping Hobgoblin.
Thing is, MapTool is entirely generic, not exactly user friendly, and has too many curtains to pull back to see everything. It's terribly inelegant and while the campaign frameworks help they don't save the interface.
What I'm suggesting is a virtual tabletop built specifically for Marvel Heroic, which makes the dice visual (a must in my opinion since there are dyscalculic RPGers who have terrible difficulty playing otherwise, like me), neatly organizes play, and maybe even has a feature to plug in Events.