Game Box for Zombicide





Introduction: Game Box for Zombicide


I bought Zombicide a short while ago and liked it so much that I bought all the expansions and a few boxes of extra's! However, dragging around three overfilled boxes of stuff and having to re-organize everything every time we play is pretty sucky. So I went out and bought a pair of tool boxes for my models and game boards.

One box holds the boards and extra's that we don't have to access all the time, and the other holds models, markers, and all the things that we have to access all during the game.

The boxes are covered in serious stickers on the outside and my favorite funny pics on the inside of the box. Then I found a good mixture of paint to cover the boxes in bloody hand prints, and a bit of dark grey spray paint on the corners and bottoms to give it a weathered look. Finally sprayed with a clear lacquer paint to protect everything. I hope you enjoy. Not complicated, but a great way to store and carry the game from place to place...



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Sorry for such a late reply, (is two year too long?). Lol.

Anyhow, yeah the box I bought from the hardware store had a clear top, and yellow containers inside, but I ended up painting all of them white to match the theme. In hindsight, it's a lot of work just to hold all of the stuff and since the third season came out, I've had to add another slightly larger box to contain all the pieces. Still love it though!

I found this tool box, but it wasn't white... did you paint it yourself?

Do you think this solution would hold ALL of Zombicide? I currently have every extra and add-on (including x2 game board tiles) from both kickstarters. I also backed the 3rd fully and I was curious as to room for expansion. Thanks!

What type and brand of toolbox is this ?

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The first is a Keter storage box, and the one holding the map tiles and books is a Kobalt case.