Free Print-and-Play games
TLA (Three-Letter Acronym)
TLA is a free party game we created and released in the holiday season of 2016. Check it out over on our games page.
Cromlech Try-it-out (Silly prototype art)
During our Kickstarter for Cromlech, we released a free print-and-play version of the game. It isn’t that pretty, but if you want to try the game before you buy it, here’s your chance.
Foamcore Insert plans
Foamcore is a stiff material, usually sold in 3mm or 5mm thickness, often used to make presentation boards. Some people, our own Brendan Riley included, use foam core to make inserts for their games, as a way to help organize/hold the pieces and to facilitate setting up the game. Included here are plans we’ve released to make your own version of these inserts. (A tip of the hat to the fine folks at Pub Meeple for their excellent tutorials and foam core builds already available.)
You may play a millionaire in the game, but that doesn’t mean you have beaucoup bucks to waste on buying an insert, so why not make your own?
This nifty tile-laying game can be a real bear to set up, but with this handy insert, you’ll be housing these cuddly kill monsters before you can say “Goldilocks.”
|A Touch of Evil: The Supernatural Game
This Colonial-era adventure game has a spooky amount of expansions, and the prospect of keeping them in their original boxes is downright scary.