Tic Tac Toe game featuring Pac Man and those crazy ghosts!
Looks great and my kids love it! Best part is when they lose a piece I can just print a new one for them!
Printed with PLA.
Supports used for the game board and did a color change for the grid mid-print.
Print the board with a color change for the grid.
Print 5 Pac Mans (men?).
Print 5 Ghosts (in different colors)
Print 9 dots and glue to the board after.
Fun for all 🙂
Added separate files for the board and the grid for multi color printers or you can print separately and glue together after.
Added a new board file that is flat. Will print nicer with no supports needed.
Also added a “fully assembled” board with the dots attached for those who want to print 1 piece and paint the board.
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