So a while back I shared an post about making board game art. I want to try and make more of it, and while I hope to, I also hope to share more of it! So as I do it, however infrequently it may be, I'll share some pictures and then any materials I may use below that. I hope to inspire you to make some board game art yourself for your gaming rooms, or really anywhere you'd like!
-Atari's Centipede board game (picked it up for $2 at the Barnes and Noble sale)
-Packing tape (to reinforce the fold in the back
-Hot glue for all pieces (this was a bit thick for the cards, so in the future I'd recommend double-side tape)
-Sawtooth hanger for the back (this is fairly light, so one hanger is enough and one nail will hold it fine)
Time Taken: About 30 minutes.
My Tip: I usually like to dive right into things and plan as I go. Since this has a lot of pieces on the board, I definitely recommend placing the pieces where you want them first and seeing how it looks before you begin gluing.
Note: This is merely art and does not represent accurate gameplay.
There's a lot of knowledge out there, but most of the knowledge of the world is hidden away, because not just any person is worthy enough to have it. If you want to learn the deeper secrets of this life, then you'll need to work your way to success to enter the ultimate Inner Sanctum. Can you collect, blackmail, corrupt, and sacrifice in just the right moderation to come out ahead of you opponents? Time to find out.
Want more great games in your collection, but just have no more space? Then you're in luck! Jabberwocky gives you 5 puzzley games in one convenient package, with the opportunity to create more yourselves! These are sure to keep you entertained for ages, and hopefully help to unlock your curious side as well. For this review, I took a look at the 3 games that played at least 2 players - let's check them out!
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Looking for gold in all the wrong places? Want to make money almost...magically? Then I have the job for you. But tread carefully. We wouldn’t want you to fail the inspection now, would we?
Take on the role of a merchant wizard and work to make sell-able sets to minimize your infamy and gain more gold than your opponents. Don’t leave too many items unsold or you’ll wind up in the negative public eye, and maybe even lose all your gold. With some strategic planning and a little bit of magic wit, you may just pull it off!
Arcane Alley is an interesting twist on set collection and tableau management with a nifty theme and great art.
Let’s take a look!
Welcome to Zoo-ography! Here, your imagination is able to run a bit more wild than the animals inside. You'll want to build exciting attractions for guests while also creating habitats for a variety of animals available. Make sure they have enough water, and that you mind the habitat rules so you don't end up with a mess! In no time at all your planning and building will lead to a super star rated zoo that everyone will want to visit!
Let's give it a look!