Panda has developed a number of tools to help you get your game ready to print. Please follow the links below to download these tools.
Whether you’re making your first game or your tenth, it’s always nice to have a little help laying things out. Our templates will help save time by providing the correct margins and bleed for most of our printed components.
As you embark on the creation of the graphic files for your project, please ensure that you use our design guidelines. This will result in a much smoother and faster pre-production process for your game.
Discover the plethora of game components Panda has to offer! This guidebook will help you find and customize the perfect components for your game. If you don’t see something that you’re looking for, just ask your Account Manager.
Contemplating crowdfunding? This guidebook will detail the scope of crowdfunding a board game while providing insights to consider long before you manufacture your game.
We require files to be submitted as PDFs. In order to make things easier for you we have created a “pre-flight profile” for Adobe Acrobat to make it easier for your to check your own files.
We require files to be submitted in CMYK using the FOGRA 39 color profile. In order to make things easier for you, we have created an “export profile” for InDesign and Illustrator.
Use this sheet to specify the shape and color of your components. This pdf should be opened in Illustrator.
Download a six or eight sided dice template to specify your custom graphics.
Download a CE (EU) Mark and a Choking Hazard mark in case your box needs them.
In this 2-minute video, learn about the basic five design guidelines to keep in mind as you prepare your print files.