Level 3B

If you’ve ever transported your Gloomhaven, Mechs vs. Minions, or Imperial Assault (with expansions) games, you know how challenging it can be getting your games from Point A to Point B without bashing up the boxes, jumbling the components, or throwing your back out from carrying a stack of heavy games. What’s that you say … you haven’t even attempted it because it was easier to bring your game group over than take the game to them? Enter … The Deep Space game bag to save the day! This bag is the latest, and biggest, in The Game Canopy System, a series of board game bags developed by Level 3B.

Level 3B are currently running a Kickstarter project to fund The Deep Space but the campaign also has the smaller bags available, The Vanguard, and the Game Canopy, if you’re looking for something smaller or taller. A shoulder strap is included with each water-resistant bag, along with D-rings (to attach keys and luggage tags), side handles, and side pockets (for storing smaller games, tablets, and phones). If you plan to brave a storm to get to game night (as one should … those dice aren’t rolling themselves), then the Rainfly is also available to provide a water repellent, extra layer of protection.

The bags come in several color schemes and trims including a Dice Tower Edition, which has the Dice Tower logo and colors. Alternatively, the Hero Edition is the Kickstarter exclusive color scheme for 2019. The Deep Space Kickstarter project has already hit 8x its funding goal, with over 270 backers, and will end on Tuesday, June 4th, 2019. The estimated delivery date is May of 2020.

game canopy

Board gamers love board game accessories, be they dice, dice towers, boxes, or even tables. Now we can have the best in board game bags.  Level 3B has just launched a campaign for their Game Canopy line of bags, these bags are designed and shaped to be able to fit several Ticket to Ride size boxes neatly into a single bag with enough padding and cushioning to make sure that they arrive in as good a shape as they left.  Two sizes will be offered with the Game Canopy being the larger of the two, measuring 13″ x 13″ x 16″ and sporting an array of features like D rings to attach things to, side handles for carrying, and deep side pockets for hauling micro sized games.

The Vanguard bag features a smaller size at 13″ x 13″ x 9″ so you can’t bring as many games, but still offers a high level of protection and portability to protect and haul your games.  Both bags comes with a very snazzy side opening flap so that when the bag is open, you can reach all the games like you would if they were on your shelf instead of having to unload everything to get at the one you really want.  Also available are shoulder straps to help carry the bags and rain slickers to keep everything dry.

The prices for the bags even at early bird are not cheap, but you are paying for quality and protection, so if you are interested you can head over to the campaign page to check it out and pledge for your own bag.