• Home
  • Castles of Mad King Ludwig Organizer

Castles of Mad King Ludwig Organizer


Product Description

Why add madness to your castle building? Use our officially licensed Castles of Mad King Ludwig Organizer to keep all your tokens and tiles in order during gameplay and transport. The main box organizer holds tokens and safely stores larger pieces below the two removable token trays. Both trays organize the castle pieces and one features a built-in card holder to easily dispense cards (sleeved or unsleeved) during game play.

This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately)

This is an officially licensed box organizer compatible with Castles of Mad King Ludwig by Bézier Games.  ©2015 The Broken Token. Bézier Games, Castles of Mad King Ludwig and their logo are trademark of Bézier Games, Inc., 809 Kozera Dr., San Jose, CA 95136, USA. www.BezierGames.com

Excellent Design

This is a very well done insert. I was a little bummed at first, thinking the largest of the boards had to sit on top, until I noticed that the inset was designed to accommodate the piece! Brilliant! They really do think of everything. I love this inset. It was easy to put together and very functional.

Super Great

There are sooo many pieces to this game that all need a better organization system than baggies!! This organizer is perfect! Now I look like an ocd badass bringing this out on the table! It's the best :)


I managed to carefully set it up without any tools or glue and it fully met my expectations.

Product does what product says

I wasn't allowed to get anything for my girlfriend for Christmas, so Santa brought her something that you would expect if Santa's elves had access to lasers - a Castles of Mad King Ludwig parts organizer. Her outrage at the circumvention of gifting rules quickly subsided once she saw what it was and vanished when she saw the price. Assembly took a bit of pondering as she punched out all the pieces before looking at the instructions. However, our years of Lego experience helped us sort that issue out.<br><br><br><br>The surprisingly precisely cut pieces fit together tightly. Creaking as they went in, she was worried her that the parts might break, but we continued being firm, but careful, and everything went together as well as we hoped. The final product was firm and tolerated a bit of shaking. It fit precisely in the Castles... box. And it made setup easy. Just pull out the trays and play straight from them instead of fiddling with all the setup.

Functional and durable

Assembly went together fairly smoothly. Did use some wood glue as recommended to secure a few corners and bottoms. A handy but a somewhat pricey game accessory. However useful for games that have a lot of pieces that are played a lot.<br><br><br><br>RESPONSE: Thanks for the great review and feedback! Aminda Customer Service

Must Buy

Any time I take a game off the shelf that's just filled with bags of components, there;s an audible groan as everything needs to get sorted. This organizer alleviates all the headache of setting up this game so my group can get to playing it faster. In doing that, it makes the game more fun.

Highly Functional

Initial impressions are very good. Instructions were very easy to follow, as always. My only (very minor) gripe would be that some compartments could use labeling, because not all of them are.

Their Best Engineered Insert Yet

First let me say that I have four or five Broken Token inserts and they all do an excellent job of mitigating the tedium of set-up for the games they are in. When I say best engineered, I mean that fit and tolerances of this particular insert are way above any other that I have seen from them. All of the joints were tight and secure (save the large frame that will remain in the box which is a non-issue). In fact, I only needed to use glue on one piece.<br><br><br><br>So why four stars instead of five? I have a fair reason and an unfair one. Fair, I really don't know where expansions will go beyond secrets, unless you start to double up on some bins. Unfair, the game isn't a favorite of mine, so the insert doesn't add to some pre-existing awesomeness.

Would love to like it more...

Let's get one thing out of the way. For a game like this you NEED an organizer. Like other Broken Token organizers, this one does a superb job helping you keep control over all the bits and pieces that come with this fun game. Here's why I scored it lower: Maybe I got a lemon but unlike all the other Broken Token organizers I own, which all fit perfectly, this is off. The trays in particular seem a little bit too small and don't sit perfectly on the main part and instead slide down on one side. Also, unlike the other organizers I had to use a lot more glue to hold all pieces safely in place. In addition, in the assembly there is one sticky point. One piece looks perfectly symmetrical but actually isn't, and if you put it in the wrong way around you end up with something that looks very wrong and took me a while to figure out.<br><br><br><br>All in all, still happy with it but at least my copy didn't live up to the Broken Token standard I am used to.


I'm NOT good at putting things together, but I got this done in less than 30 minutes. All the pieces fit together very well and I took the advice on using glue on the loose and outside joints. It's SO much easier setting up and tearing down this game now! I love it!