I wanted an extremely versatile scoreboard- one that would let you keep score of anything numerical: card game scores, number of scoreboards made, countdown of days... anything. So I designed this scoreboard and cut it out on 1/4" plywood.
The holes fit standard cribbage pegs, so I ordered some rainbow colored replacement cribbage pegs online.
I made it at TechShop!
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Step 1: Design Scoreboard
If you want to go your own way, consider:
- Do you need people to know exactly how many they are on, or just who's winning?
- Is it clear which direction to move if you're winning?
Step 2: Print Scoreboard
Print it out on a laser cutter.