Game Cards Template
Author: ShuckPublished: July 9, 2018
The Pub Meeple Game Card Template was originally designed as a physical representation of one’s collection in playing card form. Each card has a brief description of gameplay, player count, length of play, etc. The Game Cards have a multitude of uses: to show off your collection, quick rules reference, or a game night randomizer. Our hope is that they can be a helpful resource to fellow gamers.
- Download the Game Cards Template (below) to your PC.
- Each field of the template is completely editable. Just click to start editing.
- The stars at the bottom are intended for difficulty ratings.
- Press the “Reset Form” button to clear the template.
- Click “Add Card Art” to add your own custom art. (Template below)
- The browsing file extension defaults to .pdf
- Make sure to select the correct file extension for your artwork.
Note: If you are having trouble importing your artwork into the template, PDF-XChange Viewer is a free viewer you can use which works.
- Print as “Actual Size” under print options.
- Score and fold along the “Fold Line” then glue together.
- Cut along the dark green boxed lines shown on the description side.
Once you are done creating your Game Cards you can display them proudly in a card binder for all to see.
Download Card Art Templates
About the Author:
Shuck | Graphic Designer
As a child I grew up on consoles and card games. Many, many hours were logged playing the NES but my family also taught me quality board games like Trumpet and Survive. As a teenager, I mostly played Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, or Chess. It was around this time, though, that I began dabbling in web design and Photoshop. My first experience in the modern board gaming hobby was after I played Carcassonne in college and went crazy finding ultra-rare pieces in German magazines. Now I enjoy developing games by observing the world around us and combining it with aesthetically pleasing graphic design.
- Favorite Games: SDeus, Takenoko, Agricola
- Favorite Mechanisms: Engine Building, Drafting, Set Collection