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Lego board game die tiles...

Postby bobalego » Mon Nov 08, 2010 12:46 pm

Anyone know exactly how many die tiles there are? I have looked on bricklink and know that there are many, including standard 1-6 but aside from (exhaustingly) compiling a database myself is there a photo link anywhere with them all on one page?
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Re: Lego board game die tiles...

Postby Mister Ed » Mon Nov 08, 2010 4:04 pm

I don't think there are really all THAT many. Many of the games use standard colored tiles of various sizes, which I assume isn't what you are referring to. I know the Hogwarts game has a couple special ones (Marauder's Map and rotation symbol), and Rameses Pyramid has three special ones (half black with a two, half pyramid rotation with a one, and half mummy with a three). Also, I think the Atlantis Treasure die has almost all special tiles (compass directions and stuff). However, other than that I think it is just the 1-6 numbers and a bunch of standard colored tiles. (I searched, but couldn't find a photo reference for all of them in one place, sorry.)

However, I live in the US, so there are several games not available to me at all still...

EDIT: (Oops, I forgot that Creationary has a die. That one has a house on red, tree on green, car on yellow, wrench on blue, question mark on black, and "2x" on orange.)
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Re: Lego board game die tiles...

Postby Draykov » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:09 pm

The best method I've come up with is to run a search in the Bricklink Catalog with the following search parameters:

Item Type: Parts
Category: Tile, Decorated
Years: 2009, 2010 (separate searches)
Search: 2 x 2

You'll pick up some stuff that's not from the games as well, but since most referential sources categorize them as existing parts (2x2 tile, decorated) rather than "game die tile," I think that's the best your gonna get short of some custom list I haven't seen yet.
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