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Forgotten Depths is another card-heavy game, but in this case, there are a few different card sizes that have to be separated into different wells so that players can play different scenarios.
The final design had to be modified due to manufacturing constraints. The game is still shipping, but the final prototype images have been posted to Kickstarter.
And one last thing... I thought you'd like to see how the sleeved cards fit into the insert. It's a really good fit. Hats off again to Mr. Healey, it's quite an achievement. For reference, I'm using Fantasy Flight's sleeves here (which they don't make them anymore but I have a bunch of). Sorry, I don't have a shot with everything sleeved, but what you're seeing here is representative of all of the card conditions. On the far left is a Monster Action Card well. The bottom center is the Ruins Ecology Cards with the square Ruins Map Cards above that. The right side is Ava's Action Cards (base and Item) and her Tarot-size Item and Ability Cards.
Another great looking insert by @Matt Healey. I'm glad the manufacturer looks like they did it justice.
This insert does look functional though, which is nice, unlike many games in the US where large empty compartments are left so that the game will look more impressive in the store.
Oh, just wanted to say that the insert looks AMAZING. I am so happy with how that came out and I think it will make a huge difference in being able to get the game to the table quickly. I always very much appreciate a good insert.
Everything looks great !! Having a functional insert is a great plus
I'd have to agree that you're very good at engineering because this is a great insert!.
God, it looks like such a great insert!
I would agree that the insert and the box are a bit large. The insert is extremely well-designed and I love it. My general impression though is that I feel like, with some more work, it could be condensed into a smaller package. Also.. the manual is freakishly large as well. But, not a big deal, the game is gorgeous and the insert is better than any game I own (besides the ones where I bought a 3rd part insert).
The zip file below contains the STL and SKU (SketchUp) design files. Keep in mind, these do not exactly match the final insert as the manufacturer always makes changes so that the mold can be produced.