A game system is like an analog version of a game engine. Created to serve as a self-sufficient system, it can easily adapt and interpret multiple classical and ancient games, as well as create new ones, using only the assets contained in the set. This way the system enables you to play diverse games depending on your mood, your company, your interests, and the difficulty level.
Over the past 4 years, we’ve made dozens of prototypes and tested different materials to come up with the perfect formula. The tiles are made of high-quality ABS. We’ve chosen this material because it can easily be molded, sanded, and shaped, while it’s surface finish can stay glossy after dyed in color. Inside the tiles, we’ve encrusted polarized magnets to protect them from falling apart and getting lost. We can firmly say that you can enjoy playing with the GEMJI tiles for years ahead
The GEMJI website serves as a platform containing all the games created up to date divided into different categories depending on the number of players, the time they would like to spend, the difficulty level as well as the game category.
Members can suggest new games by filling the proposition form available on the website. Our team reviews every proposition sent by an authorized user. We get in touch with the game author to sync our work and create visuals to better illustrate and explain the game rules. Your account name will be used in the “author” section and you can decide how to name your game.
This Xmas "gift" card design was created for all the people who need to give a gift excuse later this month. It's not perfect, but it's an alternative way to explain to your friends that their present is delayed. The small text at the bottom of the card says: "Oops! Santa is stuck in space […]
🎉 This is a short post to announce that we are releasing an online community forum! We are super happy and want you to be part of it! We created this forum because we wanted it to be a place for all GEMJI players who are willing to participate in the development of the tabletop […]
A milestone for the team was seeing our work getting featured on Yanko Design! You’ve probably have seen their content on the internet especially if you are passionate about design!