Tag Archives: reviews

Review the Review

I really like this picture of Desert Delve, posted as part of a review in July 2014, over on the Roll Play blog (or you can go directly to a – reasonably – translated version of the blog if you don’t speak French and want to read the review – Roll Play Google Translated). Actually, […]

RPGaDay 14 – Best Convention Purchase

Oli Palmer has some very positive thoughts over on Dice Tart about his best convention purchase and introduction to the All Rolled Up dice bag concept, posted 14th August 2014: …after minimal thinking I picked up the Thunderflower Red version. I was exceptionally impressed with the quality of the product and it wasn’t long before I […]

The Ghost without a Shell Review

Excerpt from the review at The Ghost without a Shell, posted 12th June 2014: What you get for your money is a handcrafted heavy duty game accessory, reinforced to take a good amount of Gamer abuse, this isn’t something that’s going to fall apart within a year (or ten for that matter), it’s a quality accessory that […]

Gaming Accessory Bags from All Rolled Up

Excerpt from the review at The Redoubt, posted 15th October 2013: I just received two brand new dice bags from the wonderful people at All Rolled Up! […] they are high quality hand-made bags that roll up with space for pencils, pens, cards, and Tons of Dice. […] Do yourself a favor. Ditch the Old Bag […]

All Rolled Up Review

Excerpt from the review at Diary of a Malcontent, posted 30th December 2013: At this years Dragonmeet (2013), was a stall which Vicky and I got very excited about. […] The All Rolled Up is basically the ultimate dice bag. […] a wonderfully large piece of kit […] What makes the ARU really special is that they […]

I’m All Rolled Up

Excerpt from the review at Dice Tart, posted 2nd December 2013: Role playing has been around since the dawn of time […] So why is it that we’re stuck with standard little bags to hold our dice? […] Their answer is the “All Rolled Up”, or ARU (“Aroo” or “Are-You”?). The name is beautiful in that it […]