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Twilight Imperium Fourth Edition - Galaxy Mats

last updated November 6th, 2020 — created November 6th, 2020

6-player Galaxy Mat (Original Design)

We actually play exclusively on our neoprene table, but many players wanted a nice mat to place on their hard-top table. FFG sent a few galaxy mats to brick-and-mortar stores that pre-ordered a lot of copies of TI4. Because those mats were available to very few, we decided to make one that anyone can get printed!

UPDATE: Fantasy Flight Games is now selling their galaxy mat.

Order a 36"x36" mat - Inked Gaming
Using this link you can order a mat directly from Inked Gaming

This image is 32"x32" at 300 DPI (suitable for custom printing)

6-player Galaxy Mat with Hyperlanes

Thanks to Fedor bringing this awesome variant to our attention, we've made a version of the Galaxy Mat with Hyperlanes! The Hyperlanes variant is a fun way to setup 3-player or 5-player games of TI4, that balances the map differently by adding adjacency to some systems farther than 1 space away. Thus, the hyperlanes. If you want to play the variant without the mat we also have 3D Printed Hyperlane Tiles.

Order a 36"x36" mat - Inked Gaming
Using this link you can order a mat directly from Inked Gaming

This image is 32"x32" at 300 DPI (suitable for custom printing)

6-player Galaxy Mat with PoK Start Positions

This is a 6-player mat with start positions setup to support the warp lane tiles that come with the new expansion. Meaning, it's the same as the original mat design, except the 5-player start positions have changed (also it has a 37"x37" base mat, instead of the 32"x32" one we used in previous versions).

Order a 36"x36" mat - Inked Gaming
Using this link you can order a mat directly from Inked Gaming

This image is 37"x37" at 150 DPI (suitable for custom printing)

8-player Galaxy Mat

With the announcement of the new Prophecy of Kings expansion, and its support for 7 and 8 player games, we decided to update our mat design to support the new setup configurations.

Order a 36"x36" mat - Inked Gaming
Using this link you can order a mat directly from Inked Gaming

This image is 37"x37" at 150 DPI (suitable for custom printing)

Twilight Imperium Fourth Edition
NEW3D Printed Hyperlane Tiles
We printed these hyperlane tiles to make it easier to setup the Hyperlanes variant if you're playing with 3, 5, or 7 players.
3D Printed Tokens
After trying to find a way to offer color-specific tokens that aren't as crazy expensive as laser cut acrylic, we decided to make our own.
3D Printed Insert
This insert is designed for optimal setup speed. It has a few setup trays to pull components from, and then all play trays go straight from box to table.
Acrylic Tokens
We designed these laser cut acrylic tokens before we started 3D printing. They're pretty expensive, but awesome if you want that extra flare.
Other Player Aid Projects
NEWTwilight Imperium Fourth Edition
We printed these hyperlane tiles to make it easier to setup the Hyperlanes variant if you're playing with 3, 5, or 7 players.
NEWAdrenaline
We were unaware of the new expansion's team bases until after our minis were re-based, but made these 3D Printed counterparts that work with our custom bases.
NEWTabletop Projects
We originally created this to replace a marker in Magic Maze, but it's so great for passing around that we now use it as a generic first person or turn marker.
NEWTyrants of the Underdark
We had a crazy hard time finding short descriptions for all of the decks so we created this one to have a handy reference.
NEWTabletop Projects
We store most of our games vertically on IKEA Kallax shelves for ease of access and reset during cleanup so they set up faster.
Twilight Imperium Fourth Edition
After trying to find a way to offer color-specific tokens that aren't as crazy expensive as laser cut acrylic, we decided to make our own.
Twilight Imperium Fourth Edition
We designed these laser cut acrylic tokens before we started 3D printing. They're pretty expensive, but awesome if you want that extra flare.
World of WarCraft: The Board Game
We created a few fix-it stickers per the Errata listed in the FAQ.
Tabletop Projects
This is what we came up with for the center of a Venn diagram between "Wants a big fancy gaming table" and "Doesn't want to spend thousands on it".
Codex: Card-Time Strategy
Our main design goals were to have them fit in the box without rolling/folding, have a low-profile patrol zone, and have a large play area.
Runebound Second Edition
We made an expansions icon reference sheet so we could easily see which content belongs to what expansion.
StarCraft: The Board Game
We designed skirmish boards with magnetic legs allowing them to be placed over the game area to resolve table space limits.
Chaostle
This is our approach to character skill reference labels. They are designed to be adhered to the backs of your character cards.
Alchemists
We didn't like playing on the shallow shelf that folds out of the cauldron pieces, so we made deeper shelves out of a bit of foam core.
HOPE
We had some questions and the only FAQ we could find was in French, so we compiled all the answers we could find into one printable booklet.
Legacy of Dragonholt
We don't track the entries that we go through, so we decided it'd be a lot easier to have all our story tracking on one sheet.
WarCraft: The Board Game
We wanted to have a token to track the first player, so we tossed this one together.
Earth Reborn
We drafted a 3D model of the vacuum insert tray based on the measurements file from Ludically.
Alchemists
We adjusted the sheets, bought some minimal-border picture frames and wet-erase markers, put it all together, and now have reusable boards.