All pieces are 20cm x 20cm base.
This started as me just taking pgu5787's design and breaking it up so I could print the parts separately.
What ended up happening was:
1) Kept Tower as is (then made my own, see point 11)
2) Kept Wall as is
3) Changed building to be lower
4) Added extra tower part of building to the rooftop piece
5) Created a brand new stable design
6) Created a new merchant stall design to replace the merchant meeples in the original game
7) Made 3d tiles for the tower tiles using the piece from pgu5787
8) Made palace tiles using the main buildings from pgu5787, my modified building, and my new stable
9) Added a Well on 7/29/2015 remixed from http://www.thingiverse.com/Bioluminescence . Scale is about half his size (to match the other parts in this set), handle is removed because it won't print well at this new scale.
10) Added tea tiles on 8/1/2015, and resized my tiles to be 40mm square, they were a little small at 25mm before. I left the old version palace and tower tiles in case anyone still wants them.
11) Made my own tower as well, called 'my tower' so that the walls line up to the walls on the tower the way the Medina board is laid out (walls meet tower towards the inside of the board, not the outside)
12) Made a new tower tile to go along with the new tower I made.
13) Made a custom screen for the four players, located here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1136433
Hope you like! If you are making a full set, this will take a while to print.
English rules for the game can be found online. I will not post a link here. The intent of this is to expand on the game if you love it, not to replace a purchase of the game. The new 2014 reprint is very nice.
Picture shows all designs I have printed out so far
Silver Jet brand HIPS
0.18 mm layer height
Bed Temp: 110° C
Sliced in Cura 14.09 for Lulzbot
Printed on a Lulzbot Mini
Due to the height and the small base, I suggest printing the rooftops pieces with brim enabled. The other pieces seem to stay up fine.
I have not printed the tower or palace tiles yet. I would suggest a very fine layer height as detail shown on a horizontal face like this ends up looking a lot like a topographical map otherwise.
Tip for the tea/palace/tower tiles. If you want a smoother flat surface, print them with 100% infill. My cura settings put infill under the 3d extrusions, and this caused the print head to move in a very random way across the finished surface. I was fine with this, so I left it this way. Your mileage may vary.