This isn't really a game, but it should be used to categorize miscellaneous game related items such as dice, dice towers, dice trays, timers, tokens, pawns and movers, etc. Items in the BoardGameGeek Marketplace may refer to items listed here.
Own a Silhouette, Cricut, or other cutting machine? Now you can cut your own GMT Tray Divides with these SVG formatted files. Included are three versions.
3x thirds - 3 1/3 size sections
2x thirds - 1 1/3 + 1 2/3 sections
2x halves - 2 1/2 size sections
Import or load the wanted file into your cutter's software and cut onto a 8.5x11 piece of cardstock.
Score lines are perforated, cut lines are solid. Corners are also rounded to fit neatly in the tray without having to trim with scissors.
To assemble, fold center score line of each trio "up" to make the "fin" divider. Run a piece of scotch tape along the bottom to connect both sides.
(pictures to come)
- Overall assembly image included in prints
- A few clarifications added on what dashed lines are for
- Magnet location shown in section view image.
Thread with result images found here: [url=https://boardgamegeek.com/article/20657656#20657656]Mavericklancer's Dice Tower[/url]
If anyone is interested in building one and needs clarification, I can make a progression showing each step in detailed pictures.
Yet another small single-page dice tower: small, sturdy, compact and uses an entirety of an A4 sheet! Print out, glue the flaps into the greyed-out areas (stars go to stars), and enjoy the game. You may want to glue some coins under it to make it more stable.
Originally made by LJ user Pavabor: http://pavabor.livejournal.com/40622.html
Created these for [thing=53093][/thing] but can be used anywhere you need to add a chit pull mechanism.
Gray and White chits in pairs. A number for placing on board with a unit and a "D" number for placing in a chit cup or bag. 18 pairs for each side.
Laid out for a 1/2 sheet label that can then be applied to cardstock or chipboard. Or just print on cardstock and glue.