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Re: [Something] New Box

  • From"S Myers" <iamthecheeze@xxxxxxxxx>
  • DateThu, 6 Nov 2008 19:41:30 -0500
I'm really liking the new box design very much.  It seems the surface
area and volume are mostly the same, but with more malleable
distribution.  And I mean, I'd really prefer a little more room (as in
the new boxes) rather than a perfect exact fFit with no wiggle room
(as in the older designs).  I'm very much delighted by the new boxes.

I wonder if it would be possible to get some generic "Looney Labs"
boxes to put other stuff in, too.  Instead of having to buy a copy of
fFluxx or something, just to have a nice empty box fFor, say,
werewolf, promo, and literature cards.  I'm sure the Looneys have a
myriad other things to think about right now, but perhaps, a little
later, a generic box might be a nice thing to offer.  Sort of like the
white plastic Carrot Box: A nice generic box fFor misc. goodies.

On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 7:09 PM, Nick Lamicela <nupanick@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Well, that makes sense, since they want all their games to go in the same
> size boxes. They can use the same box for Pink Treehouse now.
> I'd like to know the dimensions of this box, so I can package my existing
> games that way. While I'll miss the "minimal surface area" designs, I'll
> appreciate being able to stack all my LL stuff the same.
> On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 6:57 PM, Elliott C. Evans <eeyore@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I know that some of you will feel absolutely no surprise that
>> I've been thinking quite a bit about the new card box Looney
>> Labs is using for Monty Python Fluxx. The WWN says...
>> > But even a game with a thin deck, such as Aquarius, can be
>> > packaged in this new universal box; it just means we have to
>> > include a different insert, one which creates a space for just
>> > one deck by boxing off a little bit of dead air.
>> While experimenting with the new box, I've determined that if you
>> take an Aquarius deck, and put it into the Python Fluxx box, the
>> amount of space that's left is just about perfect for storing a
>> Treehouse set, including the die. Hmmm.
>> Without the Aquarius deck, the box can store two Treehouse sets,
>> using the divider to keep them separate. It can also store one
>> stash of filled pieces, with plenty of extra room.
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