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Clearwater, FL, United States, 2012/06/26 - Gamers will soon safely carry more games, save time and grow their hobby with THE KEEP. The modern gamer has limited options to store, organize and transport a single game, and almost none for a mixed variety of games.
THE KEEP changes that by using configurable inner chambers, which easily organize even large expandable games like Dominion™ and Arkham Horror™, in a special rugged carry case. 'Designed for the games you play', The Keep can be reconfigured as new games are introduced to a collection.
A durable outer shell protects what’s inside from the elements, accidents, and lurking gamers, while the high quality plastic internals will not wear out over time. Its ergonomic handle ensures one hand is all you need to carry your games.
The designers created a system to carry and store games that is robust and simple. Games are easily accessible via removable chambers. The inside of these chambers are highly configurable for storing a varied multitude of games. All of this customization is supported with a search function in the form of labels. This means more time to play and enjoy the hobby.
MAGIC CHAMBERS house cards, mats, bagged pieces, dice, chits, tokens, and much more, all in an easily configurable manner. Up to ten (10) Magic Chambers will fit in The Keep for a capacity of up to 8,000 cards. Boards and rulebooks are handled through THE GREAT CHAMBER. This chamber stores up to ten (10) standard bi-fold or quad-fold boards but has the capacity to hold much larger boards. Up to two (2) Great Chambers will fit in The Keep.
Games considered in the design of THE KEEP include: Dominion™, Magic the Gathering™, Puerto Rico™, Monopoly™, Agricola™, 7 Wonders™, Arkham Horror™, Power Grid™, Ticket to Ride™, Empire Builder™, Settlers of Catan™, Tichu™, Quarriors™, Eminent Domain™, and many, many more.
What will you keep?
THE KEEP is the brainchild of Robert Groller and Roy Graham. Despite extensive searches and numerous DIY (do it yourself) efforts, neither found a case that met their needs as modern gamers...so they created one.