T.I.M.E Stories

Designer: Peggy Chassenet, Manuel Rozoy

Artists: Ben Carre, David Lecossu, Pascal Quidault

Publisher: Space Cowboys

Description: A cooperative board game that can be described as an escape-room-in-a-box with a Groundhog's Day (the movie) mechanism and a horror theme that is reminiscent of American Horror Show meets Quantum Leap (the TV series).

Click here to see this game on BGG

Players: 2 - 4

Playing Time: 120 - 240 Minutes per scenario (Don't believe the 90 minute advertised time)

Ages: 12+ (some scenarios are 18+ for mature content)

DIY Storage Solution

Click here to download the player boxes that are best printed on colored paper.

Click here to download the player boxes that are best printed on white paper.

Note that the player boxes are designed to also hold tokens incase you are saving a case.

Use the video below to learn how to make these boxes!

Use this video to learn how to make the small player boxes. They use the same template I made for my Tiny Towns boxes.

Use this video to learn how to make the large deck boxes.

Below are links for the deck boxes for each scenario:

Each scenario has 2 or 3 boxes for the various decks. Use this list to find the PDFs you want.

Here are some different ideas on how you might store these deck boxes in the main box.... especially if you don't want to keep the provided plastic insert. (I personally hate that insert, so I got rid of it....)

Storing the deck boxes in this way lets you fit the game board and 4-6 scenarios (depending on which scenarios you're trying to fit). BUT, it does let the game board fit in without raising the lid.

All of the boxes and components can be stored in here (I have some plano boxes under those Asylum ones) but the game board will either need to be stored outside of the main box, OR the lid will be raised about an inch.

Or you can obviously store these boxes in the expansion boxes, BUT, what I like here is that you're not using bags or rubber bands to keep the cards safe. I have been using rubber bands and they did a number on my cards. It made me sad.

If you situate things carefully you could put the expansion box inside of the main box for easy travel.

This is how I am storing things now. I keep Asylum in the box, because there isn't another box for it. I have each deck box in their matching expansion box on a shelf. Finally, when I go travel, I put the small deck boxes in the main box and I go have fun. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy.