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Aug 272013
 

logo[1]Table space can be at a premium sometimes and some boards take *a lot* of space. And so do a lot of the meeples, tiles, cards, pawns, tokens… You get the drift.

e-Raptor is a Polish company that is doing its best to put a solution to that sort of problems, and some of their solutions are extremely crafty and satisfying!

Focusing on cost-effective components that perform well and are flexible, they have a rather impressive range of products to make the board game table a much more inviting place and easier to keep tidy. From simple to assemble dice towers and boxes, to lavish card holders and some really cool stands to keep all your game pieces in the right place.

This video is not an unboxing. This is more a review of what I thought of their products when they reached my table.

And I think you’ll want to buy some… You should indeed want to buy some.

Maybe all of them!

From Poland with Love, e-Raptor has a few neat add-ons for your table!

Dice Towers

 

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Slim Dice Tower

This dice tower is made of wood and a clear plastic front.

It comes dismantled and takes about 5 minutes to assemble.

The price is £10.99. The amount below includes postage and package.

Items will be posted on the Saturday of the week you order them. When possible, we use recorded delivery for all our orders to make sure everything reaches its destination safely.

castle-tower-14[3] Castle Dice Tower

This dice tower goes great with medieval/fantasy themed board games. Quite big size and unique ornament makes it look like real castle tower that make it perfect decoration for board game night.

Easy to assemble before game play and disassemble after.

No gluing required !!

Dimensions when assembled are: height: 26cm – width: 10cm – length: 25cm

The price is £14.99. The amount below includes postage and package.

Castle Dice Tower

Dragon_tower-small2_thumb Dragon Dice Tower

Beware of the Dragon! This dice tower fits perfectly into any fantasy themed board game.

Easy to assemble before game play and disassemble after. 

No gluing required !!

Dimensions when assembled are: height: 25cm – width: 8cm -length: 27cm

The price is £11.99. The amount below includes postage and package.

Items will be posted on the Saturday of the week you order them. We always use recorded delivery for all our orders to make sure everything reaches its destination safely.

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Steam Punk Dice Tower

Randomize dices with e-Raptor steam punk themed dice tower

Easy to assemble before gameplay and disassemble after it.
Disassembled it changes into small box, that you can put in almost every board game box.

Doesn’t require gluing.

Dimensions when assembled are:
height: 4cm
width: 12cm
length: 20cm

The price is £11.99. The amount below includes postage and package.

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Apr 092014
 

5902596936280[1]I have been very keen on eRaptor since I first laid eyes on their products jus over a year ago and I was very much hoping the company would grow both in size and in range.

It seems my hopes are being answered!

As well as having a terrific range of games mats to help you keep your gaming table tidy, a great range of ready-for-assembly boxes and some cards holders, they also have some lovely looking dice towers that can be assembled and dismantled in a matter of seconds.

True that they are not made to become antiques in the future; instead they are inexpensive and fun complements for your gaming table without any further pretence. And I like that.

But enough of my ramblings. Hope you enjoy the video and if you want to buy their products, their website is: http://e-raptor.pl/

 

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Video Interviews Spiel 2013 Episode 2

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Dec 042013
 

essen2013By Paco Garcia Jaen

The second episode with the interviews from Spiel 2013, this time we’ve packed a bit more in the episode with eight interviews. Behold!

  1. Greater than Games: Little I can say about Sentinels of the Multiverse that hasn’t been said already, but that’s not the case with Christopher Badell. As the inventor and designer of the game, he does have a great deal more to say about it, and I was only so happy to listen to him!
  2. Fable Smith has been a great surprise this year with Ortus. I interviewed him for the podcast, we reviewed the game for the Boardgame Review Room podcast show and I couldn’t miss the chance to say hello in person to one of the designers with the most interesting background story out there!
  3. E-raptor has been another of those discoveries in 2013. They create products you don’t realise you need until you use them. Then you don’t want to be without. Ever!
  4. Mage Company has been in my radar for a long time, so I had to pop by and find out how Wrong Chemistry was coming along and how 12 Realms has come to fruition after a very successful Kickstarter campaign!
  5. Like a Phoenix that never truly died, Wotan game is coming back from the ashes of an unforgiving past with redoubled resolve and redoubled games. I talked to Julian Musgrave about Camelot, his return to the game publishing arena and the future of the company.
  6. Card games are not just for the table. They are also for the tablet and Faeria is a gorgeous looking card game that should be seeing the light of Kickstarter very soon indeed. Curious as always, I wanted to find out who was behind the lovely graphics and busy booth.
  7. Jamoma Games is a one man band with a game called Suburban Dispute that promises a lot. Gangsters and Chicago in a game is a good recipe for good fun and I had the feeling this game could deliver just that, so I spoke to the designer to find out!
  8. Z-Man Games… I won’t say anything about them because… c’mon… because Z-Man games!

 

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