A tile-cooking game for 2 to 4 players by Néstor Romeral Andrés.
Did you ever wonder where all those tiles from hundreds of tile-laying games come from? Well, they're made in the KILN. The KILN is the special, high-temperature oven in which you fire ceramics such as tiles made of clay.
In KILN 2 to 4 players compete to manufacture tiles for the publishers of tile-laying games (such as nestorgames itself). All players share the same kiln, but each one has their own warehouse to store and sell the tiles to the publishers.
Material: Big cotton case, board with a scoring track and an 8×8 square grid (the rack) with an inner 6×6 area (the kiln ), four 5×5 grids with plastic coating (warehouses), 8 discs in 4 colours (2 each of red, blue, green, yellow), 7 grey discs, one black disc, 4 erasable markers, 36 square tiles in four colours and one black square tile, all the same size as the cells of the rack. The tiles are 5mm thick and 3D printed.