Looking around the web, I found a number of sites where people had created their own boards. I found some which used simplified graphics, and others where the people had obviously scanned in images of the official boards, and used the pieces to make their own creations. Somehow I didn't find this terribly satisfying: if I was going to go to the effort of making a board, I wanted it to look as good as possible. I thus began the arduous process of redrawing the various pieces that make up a RoboRally board.The first board I made was actually designed by my friend Rick Sutton, though after we played with it once I made some very minor changes. It's in two parts (Part One ~½MB and Part Two ~½MB) and is meant to be printed on two legal sized sheets of paper (8½" x 14"). I've added a little bit of an overlap in the middle to help line it up. If you'd rather print it out on four letter sized sheets (8½" x 14"), you can either crop the images yourself, or e-mail me and I'll do it for you.
Looking at the boards in the basic and Armed and Dangerous sets, I noticed some similarities. I decided to document the similarities so I could also make boards that fit if I wanted to.
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