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Zombicide pieces tray box

by Jinja, published

Zombicide pieces tray box by Jinja Sep 14, 2012

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Summary

Two trays that hold the sound and experience tokens for Zombicide. They fit together to form a box for the pieces.

Instructions

You can either print the STL's provided or generate your own with the scad file. To change the friction fit adjust the tray_fit variable. It's the gap in mm between the two trays when fitting together. Negative values are acceptable if your gap needs to be negative.

If you don't like the idea of friction fit, then you can put a large value for tray_fit, like 0.7, and use a rubber band to hold them together.

If you make any derivatives for different games be sure to upload the STL's for people who don't use OpenSCAD.

This is for the game Zombicide that has just come out. guillotinegames.com/en/

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Man, I've been following this game for a while on http://coolminiornot.comcoolminiornot.com and I saw it around at PAX, though I haven't gotten a chance to play it. Pretty good?

It's a good social game. The rules are quick to understand. I haven't played too many times yet but it seems to be quite easy or overwhelmingly hard (in true zombie horde style). It's instilling an urgency in the play style. If you don't complete the objectives quickly, you and your team are in trouble. Good fun.

Agree - good social game. Jinja; have you tried modelling and printing any customer miniatures (i.e. heroes) to use in the game?

I have not, no. :)

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