Saturday, 9 August 2014
It all started with a KickStarter I backed. It was called Infinite Crypt, and it provided laser-cut elements for playing D&D. I don't play D&D anymore, but my kids are starting to be interested, and I liked the look of these elements.
So I backed them, and a few months later, I received my elements in the mail. I loved putting them together, and my kids liked playing with them.
Around the same time, I found out that my local library was creating a "Maker Space" with a laser cutter and 3D printer. My kids were asking me for more Infinite Crypt elements, so I decided to try and make my own.