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Need 15mm Custom Design Square Stickers?

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Milostnik
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Hey everyone,

I've been looking for a little bit but I've basically made a dice game with 16mm dice and wanted to get custom faces made up with stickers (so players can choose whatever design they want on the side).

Does anyone have experience with ordering a product such as this?

Jay103
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How many of these do you

How many of these do you need? Like, is it that each game will include one sheet of stickers (how many on a sheet?) with different designs that you've pre-printed?

And if so, are we talking about 5 boxes for prototypes, or 1000 boxes manufactured, or what?

Something like this?

https://awardsplus.com.au/circle-label-15mm-154-sheet.html

Edit: Also, I'm curious why you want customers to put their own stickers on dice with a design of their choosing.

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Milostnik wrote:
...Does anyone have experience with ordering a product such as this?

Someone just asked the exact same question using stickers for "custom" dice.

https://www.bgdf.com/forum/game-creation/prototyping/quick-question-prot...

View my response there... It's the SAME advice that I would give to you.

Check out "The Game Crafter" (TGC) for their Blank Indented Dice and the stickers which I believe come in small sheets you can peel and stick to the dice.

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Thanks questccg

Thanks for sharing that info, Questccg! Hopefully that will be a helpful resource/product for the designer.

You've been a big help telling new designers about our various product offerings and we appreciate your help. I added 20,000 TGC crafter points to your user account as a small token of appreciation for what you do. Thanks again!

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Thank you... You guys are the best!

The Game Crafter wrote:
Thanks for sharing that info, Questccg! Hopefully that will be a helpful resource/product for the designer.

No problemo... I always encourage people who are "prototyping" to take their product to the "next level" and use "The Game Crafter" (TGC) services to produce a more "polished" prototype.

I feel the service is also fantastic for making "quick" copies for reviewers and we all know that can be about a "dozen" or more games... That IF you are set-up with TGC, all you need is to specify the mailing address and ALL the details are handled by TGC. A great way to get "more professional" samples to reviewers.

The Game Crafter wrote:
You've been a big help telling new designers about our various product offerings and we appreciate your help. I added 20,000 TGC crafter points to your user account as a small token of appreciation for what you do. Thanks again!

Thanks for the TGC "Bonus". Whenever someone asks for something they are working on ... and I feel TGC is a "good-fit" ... You can count on me to pass the information along ... Because everyone who designs should be using your service.

Let's be honest: nobody is going to design 10+ custom home-made games for reviewers. No reviewers = less likely to get people to back you... If you have ONE (1) prototype you spent "hours" putting together... I think INSTEAD you should figure out: "How can I make this on TGC???"

To me, it's a "no-brainer". And I hope my next "Launch" will also be a TGC product. So I talk the talk ... but I walk the walk too! Prototypes, Reviewer copies and soon "actual product" will all be made on TGC!

Cheers,

Kristopher
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Milostnik
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Its hard to explain, but the

Its hard to explain, but the dice will have custom printed art on all the faces if you keep flipping it, except on the two sides. The dice are used as kinda Miniatures in the game, and instead of me hard printing them into the dice the players can put a 1-100 on the side to distinguish which unit it is.

I dunno if it makes sense but basically its to save cost on them having to purchase more custom printed dice as opposed to just getting a sheet of numbers they can label as they wish. +

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Milostnik wrote:Its hard to

Milostnik wrote:
Its hard to explain, but the dice will have custom printed art on all the faces if you keep flipping it, except on the two sides. The dice are used as kinda Miniatures in the game, and instead of me hard printing them into the dice the players can put a 1-100 on the side to distinguish which unit it is.

I dunno if it makes sense but basically its to save cost on them having to purchase more custom printed dice as opposed to just getting a sheet of numbers they can label as they wish. +


I guess the question is just about the "as they wish" part.

And what you mean by "except on the two sides", since, well, dice have six sides.

I'm guessing you use a die as a miniature with 4 states, where it sort of rolls as you move it around? Which is fine, but I don't get why players would be putting stickers of their choice on it.

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