Game Storage

Game-Ovations, LLC has launched their first Kickstarter in an effort to make transport and storage of board games easier and in less space. The premise for the design is that game boxes contain, on average, more than 50% air and are not uniform in size. What they came up with is the Bitbox. This system is designed to store ‘bits’ – cards, tokens, markers and meeples, cubes, coins, boards, etc – in one ‘game drawer’ section of the system, and rule books, boards, player mats, etc in a ‘board sleeve’ section. Each Bitbox can store up to 16 games.

The Bitbox, solves the storage problem like Bitbox Mobile solves the transport problem. Bitbox Mobile is a carrying case that can hold up to 8 games by removing the drawers and sleeves from the Bitbox, and placing it into the Bitbox mobile. Upon returning from game-night, a convention, or wherever else you game, simply reverse the process and your games are neatly stored and organized. The system is designed to be able to label as simply as using a marker on the pre-printed label area, but a template is also available to be able to print custom labels with neat text and/or graphics.

For more information about dimensions, construction, and any other details you’re curious about, head over to their Kickstarter page before Aug 24th when the campaign ends.



Just in time for Gen Con 2016, dV Giochi announced it’s new solution for game component storage called Geekbox.

Geekbox is a system of stackable plastic containers with snap closure lids made to perfectly fit your game boxes.  No longer will you have to use those often difficult to maneuver zip plastic bags or spend time figuring out a configuration that will work using other storage containers not meant for use with boardgames.

Now you can safely store all of your tokens, chits, dice, cubes, tiles, coins, etc. with the knowledge that they will be right where you left them the next time you open up your favorite game.  Geekbox is being sold in very affordable packs of 3 boxes each, making this one gaming supply you don’t want to miss out on!

To see the system in action, click <here> and view a short introductory video.