- Kyle KippesUnited States
I love chucking dice, but I hate picking them off the floor. I wanted a dice tray that could travel with the game (replacing the insert) and was cheap to make. Here's what I came up for the my Las Vegas Game. It consists of a piece of cardboard (cut to fit inside the Las Vegas bottom box), a piece of felt (from an old craps game), and 4 strips of foam that I cut with a utility knife.
Here's what it looks like inside the box with all the bagged bits:
I wanted a dice tray that: 1.) softened the sound of dice when playing in Starbucks with my wife, 2.) keep dice on the table, 3.) had a shelf to separate dice, 4.) cheap to make, 5.) could be stored in the box, 6.) wasn't so tall to obscure the view of fellow players, 7.) light weight to pass.
Here's what the back side of the dice tray looks like:
I've done the same thing for King of Tokyo, Nations the dice game, and RA the dice game. I just thought this might give other people some ideas for even better dice trays.
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