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Game Boxes

TheLegacyPrinting’s game boxes, often called board game boxes, are containers used to store and protect the components of a game. These components typically include game boards, playing cards, tokens, dice, and instruction manuals. The box also often features vibrant and thematic artwork related to the game for marketing purposes to attract potential buyers. The size and shape of these boxes can vary depending on the game’s complexity and the number of components.

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Understanding Game Boxes

Want to go on a fascinating journey into the world of board games and their packaging? Firstly, they are an integral part of the gaming experience, designed with both function and aesthetics in mind. Game boxes are designed to protect and organize the game components such as dice, tokens, cards, game boards, and more. It’s not just a storage solution but also a tool for setting up the game. Some boxes even have specially designed compartments to keep everything in order. Ever wondered why game boxes are so visually enticing? Well, that’s no accident. Game box manufacturers understand the power of visual appeal. They often collaborate with artists to create vibrant, thematic artwork that encapsulates the essence of the game. The box artwork is a sneak peek into the game’s world, enticing potential players. Finally, this brings us to game box printing, a crucial step in the production process, where the artwork comes to life. High-quality printing can make a world of difference, enhancing the colours and details of the design. That’s why so much focus is put on it.

Different Types of Game Boxes

When it comes to board games, the box is often the first thing that catches your eye. But did you know there are different types of game boxes? Firstly, we have the standard box. This is the type you’ll find in most board games, with a lid that lifts off to reveal the game components inside. It’s simple, functional, and does a great job protecting the game pieces. Next up, we have the bookshelf box, designed to fit neatly on a bookshelf. They’re typically longer and narrower than standard boxes and open like a book. Now, let’s talk about game box organisers. These are specially designed inserts that fit inside the game box. They have compartments for different game components, making it easy to set up and pack away the game. In the UK, game box organisers have become increasingly popular, with many players appreciating the convenience they offer. Lastly, we have game box sleeves. These are protective covers that slide over the game box, providing an extra layer of protection. They’re particularly popular among UK collectors who want to keep their game boxes in pristine condition.

DIMENSIONS All Custom Sizes & Shapes
PAPER STOCK 10pt to 28pt (60lb to 400lb) Eco-Friendly Kraft, E-flute Corrugated, Bux Board, Cardstock
QUANTITIES 100 – 500,000
COATING Gloss, Matte, Spot UV
DEFAULT PROCESS Die Cutting, Gluing, Scoring, Perforation
OPTIONS Custom Window Cut Out, Gold/Silver Foiling, Embossing, Raised Ink, PVC Sheet.
PROOF Flat View, 3D Mock-up, Free Sample Kit (On request)
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Frequently Asked Questions

Video game boxes are often referred to as “game cases” or “game packaging.” They come in various forms, such as jewel cases, DVD cases, and steelbooks, depending on the platform and edition of the game.

Game boxes are typically made from sturdy paper-based materials like cardboard or corrugated fibreboard. They may also have plastic or foam inserts for organising game components.

The value of game boxes can vary. Rare, vintage, or collector’s edition game boxes in good condition may be worth something to collectors. However, most standard game boxes have little to no resale value.

The size of a game box can greatly vary depending on the game’s complexity and the number of components. However, many standard board game boxes measure approximately 30cm x 30cm x 7cm.

A good board game box is sturdy, protective, and well-organised. It should feature engaging artwork that reflects the game’s theme and have compartments or inserts for easy storage and setup of game components.

A standard game box, often seen in board games, typically measures around 30cm x 30cm x 7cm. However, this can vary based on the game’s requirements.

A board game box is sometimes referred to as a “telescope box,” which consists of a separate lid and bottom. The lid lifts off to reveal the game components inside the bottom.

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