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Boardgaming supplies and card sleeve protectors

Boardgame extras

We're bought in a small number of boxes and dice sets as shown in the table below for club use, and have access to zip bags if you need some.

We also have replacement tile draw bags for games like Carcassonne, Eclipse, and Tigris & Euphrates (included in the table below).

For FREE boardgaming resources click here.

If you are interested in any of these items please contact us here.

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RPG dice sets (7/set)
D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, D20,
and D10 percentage dice.
Deck box medium
Easily holds 110 unsleeved cards.

Great for situations where space is at a premium (eg., storing sets of cards inside a boardgame box).
Deck box large
Easily holds 150 unsleeved cards.
5cm x 7cm x 10cm inner dimensions.
Small stackable boxes
57 x 45 x 23mm in size.

Great for storing board game components for quicker board game setup and packing away.
Small stacking component boxes
6cm x 5.5cm, height 3.5cm in size.

Indented lids help with stacking.

Great for storing board game components for quicker board game setup and packing away.
Large card and component boxes

Large enough for standard sized cards like Magic and Pokemon, or larger again like Thunderstone, as well as for smaller cards like Yi-Gi-Oh, US, Euro, and US Chimera sizes.

Also great for storing board game components for quicker board game setup and packing away.
Small stackable boxes
7cm x 7cm x 2cm.

Durable non-hinged lids that double as trays during play. No hinges means these can be used many thousands of times.

These are also genuinely stack-able boxes with small legs on each corner that don't interfere with storage but 'lock' the boxes in place so they stack without easily sliding off each other when stored upright.
Medium stackable boxes
7cm x 7cm x 3.5cm.

Durable non-hinged lids that double as trays during play. No hinges means these can be used many thousands of times.

These are also genuinely stack-able boxes with small legs on each corner that don't interfere with storage but 'lock' the boxes in place so they stack without easily sliding off each other when stored upright.
Medium stackable boxes
7cm x 7cm x 5cm.

Durable non-hinged lids that double as trays during play. No hinges means these can be used many thousands of times.

These are also genuinely stack-able boxes with small legs on each corner that don't interfere with storage but 'lock' the boxes in place so they stack without easily sliding off each other when stored upright.
Medium stackable boxes
7cm x 7cm x 8cm.

Durable non-hinged lids that double as trays during play. No hinges means these can be used many thousands of times.

These are also genuinely stack-able boxes with small legs on each corner that don't interfere with storage but 'lock' the boxes in place so they stack without easily sliding off each other when stored upright.
7.1mm acrylic board and card game cubes - we find these ideal for Terraforming Mars two or three player games since we otherwise often run out of player cubes.
Medium stackable boxes
13.5cm x 10cm x 3cm
10 spaces
Large stackable boxes
20cm x 13.5cm x 4cm
max 24 spaces - 10 dividers included
Large stackable boxes
27.5cm x 18.5cm x 5cm
max of 18 spaces - 10 dividers included
Large non-stackable boxes
25.5 x 18.5 x 4.2cm
max of 40 spaces - 24 dividers included
Coffee coloured 15 x 20cm draw bags in a soft velvet material

Can be used as replacement tile draw bags for games like Tigris & Euphrates, Eclipse, and Carcassonne, monster chit bag for Eldritch Horror, Chaos Bags for Arkham Horror: Living Card Game, or even just for storage


The stackable 7cm x 7cm x 3.5cm and non stackable 40 piece box work nicely with Eclipse:

(Thanks to Jonathan Sim for the photos)







Boardgame Resources

If you've been boardgaming a while you'll probably have seen someone with a customised game.
The best example of this is Agricola, a lovely game but the tokens are bland!
eg., a black cube = pigs, brown = cows, black token = stone, yellow = grain, and so on.

You can do something about that with Mayday's tokens (which we can bring in on request).

You can also print free labels of your own like those in the image below from Boardgamegeek:

I've included these here for your convenience:

resource stickers,
resource multipliers, and
animal multipliers.

I have other customizations, cheatsheets, scoresheets, and rules errata for Agricola, Citadels (Game of Thrones character theme set), Endeavor, Ora Et Labora, Powergrid, Puerto Rico, Terraforming Mars, and Axis and Allies. Contact me here if you would like them (free).


Other Boardgaming Websites


The Esoteric Order of Gamers

The Esoteric Order of Gamers make video reviews and LOTS of game cheat sheets (including for some quite heavy games), rules summaries, reference sheets, reviews, foamcore plans and more.


Out of the Closet Gaming

A site dedicated to "creating gaming resources to help you get your board games out of the closet, on to the table and most importantly to get played", providing cheat sheets that are streamlined versions of board game rule books aiming to logically guide new players through the steps of a game with less confusion than a read through the rule books often entails.

















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Card Sleeve Sizes

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Random games we play



Contact Details

Mark Hodge, Phone 473 0391 or 021 614 134, 71 Viscount Road, Waldronville, Dunedin, New Zealand