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Where to Buy Tiles that Interlock

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WinsmithGames
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Does anyone know where you can purchase board game tiles? Preferably ones that interlock (like in the D&D Adventure Board Games).

I would like to have tiles for a racing game prototype, where players can design/layout a track using the tiles.

questccg
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The Game Crafter (TGC)

Might this be what you are looking for?

http://www.thegamecrafter.com/publish/product/FlowerMat

Also they have another version with more hexes:

http://www.thegamecrafter.com/publish/product/InvaderMat

That's what I know... I think the Flower Mat is more what you are looking for ... but then again if it is for a racing game, maybe the InvaderMat can allow you to design more interesting "tracks" so to speak...

Cheers.

Gabe
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Print & Play Games has

Print & Play Games has interlocking tiles here:

https://www.printplaygames.com/product/chipboard-octagonal-standups-puzz...

questccg
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Chipboard vs Cardstock

Also you can design your OWN "custom" Punch-Outs like seen in this link:

http://www.thegamecrafter.com/publish/product/CustomMediumPunchout

They show a "tower" that was put together - but you could just as easily design hexes and a collection of hexes IF you need the "extra" thicknesss of punch-outs (chipboard).

The earlier links were are made on Cardstock; and so they are rather thin. But these punch-outs which come in Small, Medium and Large could allow you to design "thicker" tiles required for your prototype.

Cheers!

WinsmithGames
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Thanks Gabe and Quest! These

Thanks Gabe and Quest! These are both awesome resources. I didn't see those interlocking tiles on Print & Play.

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I think the Print and Play tiles would be pretty good...

I think the Print and Play tiles would work well. They seem big enough for a racing game! Can't wait to see the results!

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