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Turn Any Floor into an 8-bit Video Game Map with These Tiles

by Conner Flynn

Sometimes I really miss those old epic quest RPG gaming titles like The Legend of Zelda. Nothing today really captures the excitement I felt back then while playing those games. These Quest 8-bit Mats sets from JBox are the perfect way to relive those old games. Plus, you can cross the entire map in like a few steps. That would have taken forever in game.

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Each set sells for just $6.85(USD) and comes with four blocks: two base tiles and two “special” tiles. They measure about 1-foot square by 1.5-inch thick, and are made from foam, so they should last awhile and are light weight. Each mat features something different. Some have fields, boulders, bricks and even treasure boxes.

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If you buy a few sets, there’s really no reason you can’t have a huge game of D&D on your floor. Just plop some figures down and you’ll be playing.

[via Walyou via Nerd Approved]

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