Hey there c:
I made an update for my lego compatible polypanels. I created a missing fillet and sketched down the size, so when using an adapter it fits the original standard Devin created.
You can play many many games with these panels like chess, ludo, or even...
The instructions and everything you need to know about the rules, printer settings and variations are placed in the download section as a pdf.
In this data you will find the exact amount of panels you will have to print to play this game.
Bonus -What did I learn?-
While developing this panel I learned a few things. Firstly it can be good to have to deliver a finished product in a certain amount of time, so you have to take your time to improve the object. Furthermore I realized that showing your unfinished product to friends and family you will reflect what you did and also get nice and different thoughts. I published version 1 a few days ago and got a big motivational push, more than 30 downloads on thingiverse!! Last but not least I learned a few things in Fusion360, e.g. cutting objects and moving/copying parts.
I hope you will have fun playing with these or combining them with the adapter to create new things :)
I want to thank Christin Maack, Pascal Arndt, Joshua Fieger, Rebecca Kühne, Claas Hansen, Maik Wilde and my girlfriend Sophie Lißke to play some unfinished games and give some effective input
blue, yellow, green, red, grey, white
speed about 60 mm/s, approp. 20 panels with one print on ender 3 possible