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"All you suckers gather round... there's a brand new board game comin' to town!"
"Somethin' up in the Big Apple is rotten to the core, and our main man Black Dynamite won't take it no more! So throw down some tiles and get ready to fight, 'cause the Black Fist of Fury's gonna show em' what's right! Can you dig it?"
Welcome to a very special edition of our Pocket-Tactics series! Here at Ill Gotten Games, there's not much that we love more than Black Dynamite, so when I noticed this contest was up a couple of days ago, I knew we had to hustle to put something suitably honorific together.
We've been having a blast making these Pocket-Tactics sets recently and we figured, hey, why wouldn't that be a suitable arena for Black Dynamite to stick it to the man?
Gotta give special propers to my brother Cameron for his pixel-art (all done in MS Paint last night and this morning, I might add). The man is an unstoppable force of nature.
So, without further adieu, print, play, and enjoy, turkeys!
All models designed in the amazing Tinkercad: https://tinkercad.com/users/bHIdLANxoGl?
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So, I printed these guys at a .10 layer height with 100% infill (BD had better have some heft, in my opinion). Extruder temp at 230 and build plate at 110. So, here's the pieces you'll need and the colors the should be painted (totally suggested)...
Black Dynamite x1 (Red)
Black Dynamite (Kuing Fu Mode) x1 (Blue)
Black Dynamite (Commando Mode) x1 (Green)
Pimp x2 (Orange)
Karate Man x2 (Orange)
CIA Goon x2 (Orange)
Harlem Tile x3 (Tan)
Chinatown Tile x3 (Clay Red)
Manhattan Tile x2 (Gray)
Hudson River Tile x2 (Blue)
Also, you'll need a grip of 6-sided dice (6 red, 6 blue)
Black Dynamite: Throwdown Showdown by dutchmogul is licensed under the Attribution - Non-Commercial - No Derivatives license.
So what's this mean?
We're sure dutchmogul would love to see what you've printed - take a photo and share it on Thingiverse as a Make.
To post a Make simply visit this Thing again and click I Made One to start uploading your photo. You can also download the Thingiverse Mobile app (available via Google Play and Apple App Store) to take a photo and upload your Make right from the app!