Race for the Galaxy Organizer
This is an officially licensed organizer compatible with Race for the Galaxy by Rio Grand Games.
Rio Grande Games, Race for the Galaxy and their logo are trademark of Rio Grande Games, PO Box 1033, Placitas, NM 87043. www.RioGrandeGames.com
- 10.51" x 7.24" x 2.36"
- 1 lbs
|Capacities are approximate and based on average card and sleeve thickness. Actual results may vary.|
by Odin FRANZOIA
Very good product.
I'm really impressed by the quality of the material and the ease to assemble the product.
Pleasantly surprised by the speed of sending the package while I live in France.
by Edgar Bork
As with all Broken Token organizers I have purchased, this is a high quality product. The individual parts come off the sprues cleanly and require minimal sanding/finishing. It easily accommodates The Gathering Storm and the Rebel Vs Imperium expansion. While I have not jet sleeved the cards for the game, the organizer will accommodate sleeved cards and I am pleased that the design takes sleeved cards into consideration. Well done!
Look no further if you're looking to organize Race for the Galaxy
Race for the Galaxy probably doesn't need an organizer. I was able to store the game with all three expansions along with the original insert inside the base game box.
What this organizer does though, is make accessing the cards and components a lot more pleasurable. If you've enjoyed Broken Token's other game inserts, why not add this one to your order? If you play Race for the Galaxy on a regular basis, you'll find the money is well spent.
Good not great
by Ryan Sheets
I like that this capitalizes on the large base game box for including expansions. Setup was average for a BT insert. My main criticism is that it's not clear at all how best to store the bits in the center. I had to watch the video several times to figure it out.
So glad i got this!
by Alexis Edminster
great organizer, makes getting the game to the table so much easier.
Terrific organizer to get the entire first arc into one box
by Tung Yin
Before I got this organizer, I had Race for the Galaxy and the Gathering Storm all in the RftG box. The goals were in one small ziplock bag, the VPs in another one, and the robot chits, etc. in a third one. That's how I received the game, having bought it used. I split the cards into two decks, putting each one in a sandwich bag; and the action selection cards went into another sandwich bag.
CONSTRUCTION: This wasn't my first Broken Token organizer, as my wife had given me the Lords of Waterdeep one. I found this one to be much easier to put together. Perhaps that is because I had the previous experience to draw from. Whatever the reason, the pieces snapped in without the need for much brute force - and hence, not much in the way of fear of breaking something by forcing it. I did use some sandpaper to smooth any rough edges from punching the pieces. I used some wood glue but the connections were tight enough that I don't think it was necessary. All in all, it took me about 30 relaxed minutes to put it together from start to finish.
FIT: As expected, it fit into the RftG box snugly. Because my box came to me with a (pre-disclosed) bit of damage to one corner, I feel like the organizer gives it more structure and support, which is a nice bonus.
SLEEVED CARDS: My one mild concern was what kind of sleeving the organizer would tolerate for the cards. I happen to like the Fantasy Flight ones, which end up being a bit longer than necessary for the standard card size (3 1/2 x 2 1/2). However, they fit perfectly within this organizer, without the need to store them slanted. There are enough dividers to separate out the action selection cards and the starting worlds, and have plenty left over. I've got the base game and Gathering Storm cards mixed together, with the unused Gambling World and the blank cards in their own section in back, and then the Rebels vs. Imperium cards in a separate section, and an empty section for the Brink of War (which I don't have yet).
All in all, this is a great organizer for a great game. The only thing left is to figure out how to transport the game while traveling so that the bits and pieces don't get scattered all over.