Definitely not what I thought it would be. It's a base alright but a mock up of jpg's I could probably have done in paint myself with about 30 mins of effort on most of the slides. If you need to use something for a "Reference" for a campaign that would probably be good but it is by far any kind of useful map. The PDF is a mini-adventure which includes the "maps" within its pages as part of the adventure and looks to be a nice little adventure for some sort of sci-fi or apocalyptic setting, I've never played or heard of the Darwin's World rpg this is used for. I reviewed this on the basis of what I searched for on DtRPG which was maps with which this came up as.
This adventure setting is a very clever adaptation of the metal gods supplements.
It lacks some flesh, I mean roleplay interactions with PNJs. As it is, it is mainly a large "dungeon", full of danger and possibly treasures.
This is a very well designed adventure as well as a very good play. The maps are very well done as well as the descriptions of the place is very well done. I am again very impressed with what RPG Objects have put out and I am looking forward of more products in this setting.
One thing I like is that most is in the EDS format, but they also have print versions out. I think this will be were the industry will be heading. Electronic is great for both customers as well as the companies that use them. I rather pay a small fee to download an item than pay a good sum of money for a item I may not like.