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Video Review – Dice Chest by Dog Might Games

Dog Might Raine Dice Chest

Not long ago we brought you a video review for Dog Might’s custom wooden deck box, which took Kickstarter by storm. The company is back, this time with something a bit bigger. They’ve introduced the Dice Chest, a custom wooden box that holds up to 96 of your most beloved dice all in one comfortable place. The great guys at Dog Might shipped one of these sweet creations to our office doorstep and I am happy to bring you our review of their brand new product. Check out the video below, and if you haven’t already, head over to the Kickstarter and pledge for one yourself. And don’t forget about adding the feets!

Thanks to Dog Might Games for sending us a Dice Chest for review!

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3 Comments on “Video Review – Dice Chest by Dog Might Games”

  1. gamestarterblog October 20, 2014 at 4:09 PM #

    That is awesome. There is definitely nice about wood, it has an artisan feel to it. Cardboard and plastic are okay, but wood has a better feeling to it. I think anyway. I would get one if i weren’t so strapped for cash. That’s life I guess.

    • Kae October 21, 2014 at 9:01 AM #

      They are well worth it, though. If you can’t afford one before the campaign ends, I would send them a message! The guys at Dog Might Games are really cool folks and I’m certain they’d get one to you down the road!

  2. gamestarterblog October 21, 2014 at 3:21 PM #

    I might just have to do that. Thanks for the idea.

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