Chromatic Trays: Full Color Dice Trays


A project in London, UK by Grant Howitt

Status: Active

Create your own unique world and then blow it to pieces.
Backers: 824
Average Daily Pledges: £1,470
Average Pledge Per Backer: £25

Funding: £20,580 of £3,000
Dates: Oct 13th -> Oct 28th (15 days)
Project By: Grant Howitt
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Some clarifications on our system

October 23rd - via:
Following some light controversy in the comments section, I've updated the campaign description with some clarifications, and I'm reproducing and expanding them here in this update for transparency's sake.  In short: you write on the playing cards... (Read More)


October 15th - via:
You asked for hardbacks, so we looked into it. Here's what we found out: While using a hardback binding method would make the book more survivable in standard use situations (i.e. shoving it in your bag and getting on a bus, using it as a coaster,... (Read More)


October 14th - via:
That was absurdly fast! Thank you all for backing us - I'm excited to think that Unbound will be played by lots of folks all over the world. In response to people asking about the possibly of hardback copies, we're going to have a chat with our... (Read More)

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