A new spin on board games! Check out our list of exciting 3D printed games you can make yourself. How many will you print?
A dedicated game room for your collection, a comfy chair, a huge screen, enough time for memorable multiplayer matches or a round of simple chess... that‘s what most gamers dream of. Here are some 3D printed items to make it to look better.
Creator Michael Castor used an "all-in-one" customized circuit board, 3D printing and CNC to create the Raspberry PiBoy gaming system.
The PFM-A5 v2.0 is a 3D printed paper airplane gun which can amazingly fold then fire up to 120 planes per minute.
Google Developer Uri Shaked created a real-life version of the Chrome T-Rex game, first for Geekcon, then for the Chrome Developer Summit.
A design lecturer has used 3D printing technology to complete finally a chess set which her great-grandfather carved in World War One.
Tired of Jenga? Enjoy knocking things over? These 3D printed Tricky Bricks bring fun (and frustration) to a new level.
A 12-year-old created a FlappyBird clone Game Console, based on Arduino, using 3D printing. He is also launching a Kickstarter campaign soon.
Electrical engineering student, Tim Lindquist, used his knowledge to create his own Nintendo Switch lookalike which he calls the Nintimdo RP.
Rubik's Cubes have been a popular puzzle since they began in 1974, but recently a puzzle so huge has been created that it has broken all previous world records.