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The table-top gaming system you have been waiting for. Adjustable, expandable, durable and a lot of fun:
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LET IT BE KNOWN: The 4'x6' Table of Ultimate Gaming easily fits a full 4'x6' of battle tiles or boards

Posted by Wood Robot (Creator)

THEY FIT!  With room to spare :)

The 4'x6' Table of Ultimate Gaming easily fits a full 4'X6' of battle tiles or boards. The boards like Citadel 2'X2' and other terrain will fit inside the play surface with room to spare. The limit is the inside rim that holds the optional tops. You have 72.4"X48.43"(1839mmx1230mm) clear space for any tiles or terrain inside that rim. Those support rails for the tops also have space under them. So for flat maps you actually have a full 74"X50" (1881mmx1272mm) of room as a flat map can extend under the rail a bit. Also the overall dimensions are shown including the surrounding rail apron. 


 2'X2' tiles fit!

"They fit" - to be crystal clear. Also the 4x6 table is also perfect for 4'x4' play with room to spare!

 Play your way!

 Table photos shown set up in the "shallow" play space level where the drop is 1 3/4" from the rail edge. You can also set it up in "deep" mode which is 3 3/4" inch drop for deeper terrain play.

 Shown with optional covers which slide inside table for storage and pull out as desks!

Need even more room? No problem, our Tables of Ultimate Gaming are modular so you can combine two or more 4X6 tables (or 3x5) together, or add on of the new 2x4 tables to the end of a 4x6 table! This gives you a table that has a place space of over 4' wide by 8'5" long!

 Above, 3 tables combined end to end - either 4x6 or 3x5 tables combined! Shown in the deep play space position. Can also be set shallow.

 Above is a 4x6 table with a 2x4 table combined on the end.

Further, the 3x5 table has these dimensions: 

 And the upcoming TOUG Compact version (which also can serve to extend a 4'x6' table) has these dimensions:

So if you had ANY concern about your 2'X2' or other terrain fitting, this should be now be 100% clear and allow you to make your decisions. 


Peace and Gaming

Patrick and Jamie

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    1. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      Thanks Mark!

    2. Mark on

      Greatest game table project ever. This thing just keeps getting better all the time.

    3. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      Bossman - yes for sure. You can join one or more end to end. SIde to side. 4x4 tables (or more) to join end to end AND side to side. Totally modular. Yes exactly two side to side tables would be 6x8. The main image at the start of the campaign page is Jamie sitting at a table that is two 3x5 joined side to side. 3x5 table is actually 3'5" x 5' so you get a 6'10"x5' table essentially. These are the play surfaces. Overall size you add the 4.5" rails that surround. Great question.

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      Hi Guys - I assume the long edges can be used as a join as well as the short edges pictures? So for example two 6x4 tables could be joined for a 6 x 8 table. Rgds

    5. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      Erik Lind good questions. No, it is present either for the shallow or deep. So you can slide a flat mat under in either case

    6. Erik Lind

      Is that gap under the top support rails available only when you have the vault set deep?