Condensing Board Games

I love board, card, roleplaying and other tabletop games, but they are terribly packaged; the boxes are full of wasted space whether as plastic inserts or just air. The lack of uniformity in boxes makes them a pain to store too. Paper books are so bulky, heavy and hard to manage. It’s all unsustainable if space is precious.
I love board, card, roleplaying and other tabletop games, but they are terribly packaged; the boxes are full of wasted space whether as plastic inserts or just air. The lack of uniformity in boxes makes them a pain to store too. Paper books are so bulky, heavy and hard to manage. It’s all unsustainable if space is precious.

I’ve been working to condense my games into a couple types of uniform boxes and I’ve made good progress. I’m digital for most of my RPG books, and I have a couple boxes for boards and other bulky game parts. I also am giving away some of the games that don’t excited me. I’m happy with the progress I’m making and next I’ll make an illustrated index of all the games I have to make them easy to find.

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