The Modular Dice Tower model is comprised of four dice cups. Individually, the dice cups can serve the quartet of gamers in their quest. No more running after a runaway die or crawling under the table searching for the game piece that jumped off the edge. Just put your dice inside a small cubical box and give it a good shake. Put your dice cup back on the table and simultaneously push the buttons on the sides. This will release the bottom of the box with your dice sitting in it. Now it is time to make your move!
If you gathered more than four friends around the gaming table or want to use the same set of dice for all players, the model offers a great solution. Each of the modules has detachable details. Reorganise them in accordance with the detailed instruction manual that comes with the model and you will have a single multi-storey Dice Tower. You won’t need any extra details – every component will find its place. You are ready to roll your dice!
Of course, you are not limited to four blocks. Two sets of this 3D puzzle will give you an eight-story Dice Tower and twice as much fun!
Turns out these days gadgets and video games aren’t everything – people of all ages from all over the world still love assembling the models, seeking that rewarding feeling of constructing something with their own hands, inviting their kids and grandkids into the awesome (and admittedly old-school but yet so cool) world of mechanics!
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Ugears is a startup established in Kiev, Ukraine, in 2014. Ugears offers more than a dozen of unique models with a lot of thought and effort put in, and that shows – they’re a regular in toy and hobby stores throughout Europe, and are now pushing into international markets. Their 2020 Kickstarter campaign was even funded 20 times above its goal!
The weight and ferocity of the Barbarian's attack could split stone. It's such a pity that this was a D&D game, the weapons were determined by dice, and the stone was Todd's mum's polished teak dining table...
A quality PU Leather folding tray to keep softer surfaces safe from metal dice, and acrylic or gem dice safe from hard surfaces. They're also great for making stealth rolls behind your GM screen as they soften the sound of all but the most vigorous of rolls. The sturdy mats provide plenty of space across their 8" width and will fold away flat to be stored easily on top of your rules books or in a game box.
Absolutely perfect for dice heavy games such as Dungeons & Dragons, Path Finder, Warhammer, and many more, they come in a variety of colours to suit your character or army.