Codenames Organizer - The Broken Token
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Codenames Organizer

0.50 LBS
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Product Description

Product Description

codenameslogo.jpgIt's no secret: with the popularity of Codenames and Codenames Pictures, what's been missing has been an elegant and economical organization solution. Get "clued in” on our officially licensed Codenames Organizer, suitable for storing both Codenames and Codename Pictures by CGE! It’s designed to accommodate at least two games and fit in either the Codenames or Codenames Pictures box, and includes 6 adjustable dividers.

Included with each organizer kit is our exclusive Codenames Pictures promo card. Add an additional symbol to your map with The Broken Token's officially licensed add-on card, only available with our Codenames Organizer.

NOTE: Due to the box size constraints, this organizer is not designed for use with sleeved cards.


  • Exclusive promo card
  • Accommodates at least two Codenames games in one box
  • Fits in Codenames or Codenames Pictures box
  • Accommodates Codenames Duet (and one additional Codenames game). Note: approximately 0.2" of lid lift with Duet + Pictures.
  • Includes 6 adjustable card dividers

Download ORG063 Organizer Assembly instructions.

For more general tips on assembly, please read our Assembly Guide.


This is an officially licensed box organizer compatible with Codenames by CGE. CGE, Codenames and their logo are trademark of Czech Games Edition s.r.o., Karla Tomana 825, 27204 Kladno, Czech Republic.

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Introducing the Codenames Organizer. Compatible with Codenames and Codenames Pictures, and officially-licensed with Czech Games Edition. Exclusive promo Pictures card included! Just $12.99 from our web store. Order yours today at: PS: We designed it to hold both the original game and Codenames pictures, but we've seen photos from customers who've put both of them along with Deep Undercover all in one box. (Just be careful not to mix up those cards!) music by

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  1. All in one solution!

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Sep 2016

    I'm all for things taking up less space, so to find out there was an officially licensed insert to put Codenames and Codenames Pictures together in one box, I was very happy.

  2. Dissapointed

    Posted by Rudy on 30th Sep 2016

    Was really expecting this organizer to fit sleeved cards but it didn't! it is a few mm too narrow! and now I'm more sad that my codename pictures are not going to fit in too.

    RESPONSE: This is our only organizer that doesn't accommodate sleeves. We apologize for the disappointment but physics dictates there is only so much room in the box :(

  3. Efficient

    Posted by Bryan Masters on 14th Sep 2016

    Have base and Deep Undercover in one box with all components. Dividers seperating recently used cards. Was easy to put together. Nice, neat and efficient.
    Another bang up job by The Broken Token.

  4. Faster, neater, more efficient

    Posted by Chris on 6th Sep 2016

    Assembles easily, makes far better use of the space in the box, speeds game set-up and pack-away. What more could you want?

    RESPONSE: to fit two games in one box?? OH it does that too :D Thanks for the great review!

  5. Allllllmost enough room!

    Posted by Andrew Hackard on 27th Aug 2016

    I was looking forward to consolidating Codenames, Pictures, and Deep Undercover into a single box tonight once I got the organizer put together.

    Sadly, it was not to be. I think there's actually room for all three in the organizer, but only if you take out all the dividers, and that makes this way less useful to me. So I have original and Pictures in one box, and Deep Undercover still in its own box (which is probably better if I want to play Codenames with my nieces and nephews, come to think of it).

    Here's hoping the next set is a Deep Undercover Pictures so I have an excuse to get another organizer!

    RESPONSE: I love your can do attitude :D It's true we had really only planned on the Original and Pictures to fit in the one box, but have been told that as long as you leave out the duplicated pieces there is room. But I think you may be right about your nieces and nephews. Happy Gaming and thanks for the feedback

  6. Awesome as usual!

    Posted by Julia S. on 27th Aug 2016

    As expected this product is everything that you want it to be. And whats better is the pieces have numbers on it to help in the build process! Very awesome and great work!

  7. Fantastic!

    Posted by Munchezuma on 24th Aug 2016

    I am so happy with this organizer! I have now consolidated my Codenames and Pictures together in one box. Looks great, easy to assemble, and a nice space saver. I did use glue on most joins to give a nice, tight fit; however, they may not have been important since it was going to be placed in the box.

    RESPONSE: So great to hear :D I like to glue my corners too, not necessary but it feels better!

  8. Great Option

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Aug 2016

    I can't stand having cards inside plastic baggies, so this is a fantastic way to keep things organized. I us this for both the original game and Deep Undercover and there is still room to spare, so we will see if Pictures can be added. It was easy to assemble and everything fit together well, I only needed to use glue on a small section. Great product!

  9. Simple space saver

    Posted by Adam B on 23rd Aug 2016

    While the Codenames box is rather small compared with other board games, it doesn't really make the most efficient use of space. This organizer takes advantage of that, allowing you to merge two games into one box. The end result is that you can store both Codenames and Codenames: Pictures in one box, taking up half the space. With my copy of "Pictures" on order, I thought it prudent to consolidate the two into one, and have already put the original Codenames in the box, with plenty of space left over for the newer version.

    This organizer is a bit loser than other Broken Token designs that I've built, but a small amount of wood glue and tape on the corners yields a solid end result. Overall, the simple design fits everything from the game(s) neatly, with each of the parts having a "proper location", pretty much as pictured in the product image. The instructions were very straight-forward and I didn't have any issues in the construction or fit; either getting the organizer into the box, or the components into the organizer.

    Overall, this a worthwhile purchase that I can recommend to anyone who wants to merge two copies of Codenames and save some space as a result. My four star rating is a bit conservative, more of a 4 and a half, really, but there is room for improvement if more specialize slots were available for the timer and stands, thus allowing for the possibility of something better coming along.

  10. Ever so slightly confusing, still great

    Posted by Jason Hunt on 15th Aug 2016

    This might have been the loosest Broken Token organizer I've ever assembled. Wood glue was a definite must-have rather than just a good suggestion. I also wasn't expecting the left and right sides of the organizer to have different dimensions (disclosure; I'm using this organizer for Codenames and Deep Undercover, rather than Codenames and Pictures) so organizing things the way I wanted them was slightly more difficult than anticipated.

    But, at the end of the day, I now have two fully complete games of Codenames stored in a single box. Assembly was quick and easy (as soon as I started gluing EVERYTHING), fitting the organizer in the box was painless. Highly recommended if you have 2 or more Codenames games, moderately recommended if you only have 1.

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