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game tups

plastic-ware for board games
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Game-specific plastic ware to keep your boxes from getting crushed.

My children have a memory game that has lasted for two years because it is kept in a disposable plastic ware container.

It's a small market, and maybe it would be too expensive to tool up to make them, but maybe there could be plastic containers for card board box board games.

And maybe they could be made of wood, with inlaid brass plaques with the game name on, and be made stackable so they stair step and cantilever and are generally pretty.

nomocrow, Dec 22 2008

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       The wooden cases would be good for "classics" (or "future classics")
FlyingToaster, Dec 23 2008
  

       What's this got to do with sheep breeding?
coprocephalous, Dec 23 2008
  

       Well obviously, [coprocephalous], "Tupperware" was originally made for refrigerating ram semen.
pertinax, Apr 15 2024
  

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Voice, Apr 15 2024
  

       How about Tup Games? Take your entire plastic receptacle collection out of that bottom drawer that never stays tidy, and see if you can be the first to either a) build a plastic edifice all the way up to the kitchen ceiling, or b)fit every single container inside each other Russian doll style, reducing the collection to something approaching organised... Personally I think game a) sounds the most fun, unless you're addicted to adulting, which is a genuine and serious addiction and should be addressed by a child near you.
Edie, Apr 15 2024
  
      
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