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Pocket-Dungeons: 3D Print Your Own Dungeon Crawling Adventure

Spend your weekend recalling a youth spent moving fantasy figurines across the table top; Pocket-Dungeons is a 3D-printable table top dungeon crawler complete with interlocking dungeon tiles, doors, and more.

From the designer Dutch Mogul:

Introducing Pocket-Dungeons! A modular, competitive dungeon-crawl for two to six players.

With modular, tile-based board design and randomized events, no two games will be alike. Dynamic, tactical game play allows for quick resolution as players control treasure-hungry dungeon delvers vying for gold and glory.

This game has been designed with Pocket-Tactics in mind and the pieces and rules sets will be able to cross over and expand the depth of each range.

Hit up the link below for the 3D printer files on Thingverse, more photos, and links to related material.

Pocket-Dungeons [via Boing Boing]

Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 08/17/12

Comments (3)

  1. Cambo

    …because everyone has a 3D printer kicking around…

  2. Dark Reality

    ^ Precisely.

    For all these guides on 3D printing, nobody is saying how to actually get a model printed. Wikipedia has a thorough enough article on 3D printing, but no information on how an “average Joe” goes about getting a model printed. The machines look expensive. Based on what they can do, I’m quite sure they are expensive, and so are the prints themselves. And the whole thing just begs the question, if 3D printing is so good, why isn’t it being used more? If Big Industry uses 3D printing to make everything from car parts to board game pieces, the cost would go way down and families and individuals would get access to it. Unfortunately making weapons would not be too difficult. Because of this and other applications of 3D printing, it just feels like science fiction.

  3. r

    …science fiction that starts at about $18,000.00 USD

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