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Angelo Ng
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Anyone else feel like they would be interested in metal versions of the coins (say, from Campaign Coins) as an add-on for the nect KS (expansions)?

I personally would love a bit more heft and tactile feel to the coins, unless someone's already found a nice plastic or metal replacement out there?
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Sploot wrote:
Anyone else feel like they would be interested in metal versions of the coins (say, from Campaign Coins) as an add-on for the nect KS (expansions)?

I personally would love a bit more heft and tactile feel to the coins, unless someone's already found a nice plastic or metal replacement out there?

when playing with the PnP version, we used poker chips. they clink really nicely
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During development, we used poker chips from GameKnight, in denominations of 1, 5, and 25.

https://www.gameknightstore.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=1832

The colours on the website are not accurate to the actual chips, unfortunately. They look richer in person.

Regular poker chips would work as well, but it was good having the value printed on the chip, it meant new players didn't need reminding what the values were.




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The tokens are already really nice. This is one KS that doesn't benefit from them. Just use poker chips if you really need something new.
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This is what I use . They work well for a lot of different games including Unfair . You might have to make change but then that's part of the fun of playing with money poker chips. Also, they're larger than they look in the photo. They're about the size of a 1/2 dollar coin.

https://www.amazon.com/Greenbacks-Brand-Poker-Custom-Playing...
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These Eclipse Poker Chip are also excellent.
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As many have said poker chip with numbers printed from $1, $5 and so on work well. Looking for plastic ones myself on Amazon or e-bay.
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joelfinch wrote:
During development, we used poker chips from GameKnight, in denominations of 1, 5, and 25.

https://www.gameknightstore.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=1832

The colours on the website are not accurate to the actual chips, unfortunately. They look richer in person.

Regular poker chips would work as well, but it was good having the value printed on the chip, it meant new players didn't need reminding what the values were.






I'd like some poker chips for this. I like the cardboard chits to be fair, and ideally I'd love some nice weighty poker chips in the same design (shape, colour, size) as the chits. I'd definitely back a KS for that! However if I can find some decent normally ones (with the values on) I'll get them, I don't want cheap thin plastic ones though - need some nice weight to them! Anyone find anything applicable in the UK?
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