Well she’s up and running and I’ve been playing with everything I can get my hand on. Aluminum and Paper have been a challenge, the is the real MVP, that draft board is like butter. Got some cheap wood rounds from the hobby lobby, must be pretty soft wood cause wow does the forge eat through it. Creates some great depth, settings are nice but starting to like having more control. Engrave of my wife was really too low rez, gunna try again sunday.
Its actually a board game called Tsuro. I haven’t made the game pieces for it yet but the object is to take turns putting down a tile with the path on it, your piece and any piece the path touch have to move to the end of it, if you go off the board, or collide with another player you’re out. Last person on the board wins. how to play
I love Tsuro! Is the source file you cut the pieces from readily available?
I’ve been thinking of making a supersized version where people can be their own game pieces - but I’m thinking my glowforge bed is a mite too small to cut people sized pieces (yes, I’m standing on some of the proofgrade wood trying to convince myself otherwise. nope . . .dangit, should have gotten the PRO!)
I used this site http://daign.github.io/path-tile-game-designer/ To modify the colors then traced it in illustrator. I glued the cut out board to another board with some round finger holes so the pieces can be stored in place and popped out to play.