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A good way to keep your games in good shape?
Topic Started: Jun 2 2012, 02:33 AM (6,771 Views)
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Does anyone else flat pack their boxes? Sounds a good idea but i heard that on the edges the colour will break and you will get white lines there. Some consensus on this would be good, i'd prefer to get a lot of space back!

@floorcat - They are printed whilst flat but i imagine they are fully open, then bent into a box shape and glued together...so the edges are never fully squashed flat (only at 90 degress).

(I heard that checking the flap on an apparently new sealed n64 game for this white line can help to know whether it has been opened)

edit heres one mention of that - point 10: http://www.gooddealgames.com/articles/SNES_Sealing.html

Edited by Z890, Apr 28 2013, 03:00 PM.
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