I can’t find any soft polyurethane cassette cases on Amazon, but try google or ebay.
Templates (Click for full size file)
There are infinite possibilities in design choices in these case inserts allowing for individual preference. I won’t be hosting a set of completed inserts, but if you decide to, let me know and I’ll add the links here and in the video description.
As you see in the video, making these inserts is pretty self-explanatory. My workflow was to make a new insert on the isolated template and then paste it one after another on one of the larger template pages until I filled a printable page.
As explained in the video, there could be a reason to orient the top label 180 degrees. I’ll give you another example.
To account for these possibilities, here is a duplicate set of templates with the top label inverted. Whichever set you use, try to be consistent. 😉
Suggested by @_Hamiltron_ on Twitter, we decided to see how well Game Boy game cases work for Game Boy Advance cartridges. Here’s what we found out:
Here’s what I figured out. Pretty nifty! pic.twitter.com/Dz1xMwkkUA
— TopSpot123 (@TopSpot123) October 24, 2019
So if you had enough Game Boy game cases, and made the appropriately labeled inserts, this gives you another new way to shelf, display, or smartly store your GBA cartridges too! Thanks, Hamiltron!
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