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Thanks for the kind words! Overkill? Nah! It was just what was needed! :)I had considered 3D printing, but love the aesthetic "old world" quality of wood instead of resin. But of course it might have been easier by printing(?).The game board remains in 9 sections, assembled at game-time, and relatively easily to put away when not in use. For each of the 9 sections, the walls are permanently glued to the floors.
Thanks! Yes, there are so many board games that deserve a 3D version (Monopoly, Clue, even Chutes & Ladders!)
Yeah, it's 36" x 42" when fully assembled. But: go big or go home, right?
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