Historical board games

In our framework of developing museum pedagogical supplementary tools, we have an opportunity of developing board games. From very simple games playable by small children, to the more complex games, we accomplish creating a great variety of types, no matter if we use conventional printing technique, 3D printing, or craftwork. Our references don’t only consist of modern board games, but also a great variety of archaic games reconstructed according to archeological research, like the Mesopotamian Royal Game of UR, or the favorite game of the Egyptian Pharaohs, the Senet – as seen below.

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