Custom Game Box: Pocket Organizers

Maybe you need a simple and effective way to store and organize your games, specially the ones without end labels, like Nintendo 64, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance and many others.
Here’s a really simple but effective idea. It’s cheap and quick to be assembled, and you’ll be surprised about how useful they can be.

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I hope you like it!


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10 thoughts on “Custom Game Box: Pocket Organizers

  1. I was just thinking of doing something like this, you can even make pockets with different sizes and put together several games from a saga, for example the mario land games on one pocket, or related games, like sports games if you don't have too many of those.

  2. Wow, I've seen your stuff before but never really clicked for some reason. I really liked this video, everything about it. Music, visuals, voice over, all that. Subbed man, keep it up

  3. This is awesome – simple and easy to make, and makes it so much easier to actually find what you're looking for. You even provide templates (link worked fine for me, btw, and the pdfs look good) and make it stupid not to utilize this.
    Thanks! ^_^

  4. I'm totally going to do this with my Gameboy & Gameboy Colour Collection.
    As a Kid I would buy the games and threw away everything else instantly, I have literally all the games stacked in a cube box.

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