This new system is built to work with your existing dining or coffee table, and features a host of accessories.
The price point on these makes them much more affordable than buying a custom game table. Pledge levels start at $299 for the Hudson up to $1,149 for a decked out Holmes.
The toppers feature…
There’s a large selection of add ons you can purchase to customize your topper to suit your needs, as well. There’s a tray to help you keep your game pieces in order, shields to hide your hand or gaming sheet from fellow players, and a variety of beverage holders. The accessories come in some cash saving bundles, too.
You can customize even more with themed mats made of 3mm neoprene that feature detailed and durable prints that match your favorite game.
They’re also offer a storage/travel bag so you can stow youtr topper away, or take it to game night at a friend’s place with ease.
The topper looks like a great solution for folks that don’t have the space for a separate game table in their homes. I can see this getting a lot of use for weekly D&D and board game nights. The durability of the construction, and customization options make it a good value at the price point – especially with the special KS pricing, which only last till October 25th.
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