We’ve designed the Tablezilla Game Table for the ultimate experience in roleplaying games and board games!
We’re calling this one Tablezilla because it’s probably as large a table as we can handle!
Tablezilla is 8 feet long and 4.83 feet (58″) wide, with an interior play area of 6.1 feet (74″) by 3 feet (36″), and 11 inch edges all around. Whew! The play area is 3 inches deep and covered in velveteen cloth.
The table top is in two pieces which join together in the middle and use the edges around the play area for support, so nothing mars your table felt.
The wide 11″ edges are for leaning on (or placing a character sheet, game tokens, or puzzle pieces) with most of the play area in easy reach.
The overall table is almost 5 feet wide and 8 feet long, and designed to seat 8–12 people comfortably.
For Everyday Dining and Game Night!
The classically styled table looks and works like any dining room table.
The two piece table top fits securely over the play area, covering it and extending to the table’s edge. There are no gaps or spaces, so spills and crumbs don’t end up in your play area. The two pieces join together in the middle and use the edges around the play area for support, so nothing mars your table felt.
An upgrade of $200 adds 8 cup holders inset into the playing edge of the Tablezilla. Each cup holder has a black aluminum insert for easy removal and cleaning (we suggest hand washing and drying). Each is three inches deep with a three and a quarter inch interior diameter. That means they can easily hold up to 24 ounce cans and bottles (and a few larger ones depending on their design).
The cup holders are spaced to provide the most play area between them while not being placed in the middle of the GM or host’s area (at the ends of the tables).
Same Sleek Design With the Table Top On!
One thing we wanted was for the tables with the cup holders to look exactly the same with the top on as those without cup holders. The top completely covers the cup holders, so with it on, your dining table still looks like your dining table. You don’t have to worry about external slide-outs making the table look odd or keeping track of separate attachable parts which may break down over time.
Here’s a review of a Tablezilla posted on our Facebook page. Be sure to check out the other reviews, too!
Finish and Fabric Options
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