The 3rd set of Sci-Tokens is the best of the 3 currently available.
They are perfect for most sci-Fi games be it Traveller, Star Fronteiers, Stars Without Number, Rocket Age, etc.
Some of the Tokens have a 1920s-150s sci fi look and others have a distinctive 80s look. The ship tokens have a very pulp look and are perect for pulp space baced games.
Some of the character tokens have energy swords as the main weapon they are armed with and a varion of having the same token equiped with a low tech metal bladed sword would have been a nice addition as some sci fi settings have blastes, etc and low tech weapons.
They characters do have drop shadows on them so if you are using the tokens for a mapping program that makes its own shadowson "object" based on lighting do be aware of this.
I tested the tokens in Fantasy Grounds and MapTools and they work great. I also checked them with various mapping software programs I owned.
I look forward to getting ay other tokens Greg Bruni releases for the Sc-Fi series in the future.
I hope he does some of the following in the future:
1.) Pulp space Nazis and pulp Soviet inspired ones.
2.) Some more Pulp Sci-Fi ones in the Flash Gordon, Buck Rodgers, Captain Future vain.
3.) Some of aasorted aliens.
4.) Some miliatry theremed sci-fi ones.
5.) Some robots.
6.)Powered armor suits. like in Starship Troppers and the Spider: Robot of Gotham.(The Spider is an old pulp series and the "robots" in the novel are power suits. the main villian in that book in that novel is called the "Iron Man". The book was published way before Starsship Troppers and Stan Lee was a fan of the series.)
7.) Some John Carter of Mars inspired ones.
8.)Wouldn't mind seeing some Strships & Spacemen inspired ones for Trekish games.