Whether you’re searching for information on how to get your prototype printed or just looking to get started, I’ve assembled this list of recommended resources. Hopefully you’ll find them useful.

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Tabletop Game Design

Printer Studio (Small Run Card Printing) – You can read more about my review here, but I’ve been quite impressed by customer service and the quality of the cards.


  • Colored Flash Cards – Great for those times when you want to whip out a card game.
  • Ultra Pro Card Sleeves – Sturdy and durable sleeves that you can toss your flashcards or other small pieces of paper into. After sleeved, you can shuffle information more easily.
  • Chessex Pound of Dice – There’s a great assortment of dice in here, suitable for most needs. These can also work well as counters or tokens.
  • The Game Crafter – They have a ton of unique bits and pieces that can be used for game design.

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