What Size Board Do I Need for my Game?
Miniature wargaming board and mat size varies by game developer. The most popular sizes for skirmish games are 22x30", 44x30", and 36x36" boards.
We've listed the most common game systems below, but if you have any questions about whether one of our mats will work for your game please reach out directly, we're happy to help!
Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 and Age of Sigmar
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is played on a 22x30" board
Warcry, the Age of Sigmar skirmish game, is played on a 22x30" board
Warhammer 40,000's 10th edition board dimensions, including Crusade, Matched Play, and Open Play, depend on game size:
- Combat Patrol games are played on a 44x30" board
- Incursion and Strike Force games (1000 points / 2000 points) are played on a 44x60" board
- Onslaught games (3000+ points) are played on a 44x90" board
- Boarding Action, a new game type added in early 2023 as part of 9th edition, is played on a custom ~55.4x47.8" board
Necromunda does not have a regulation board size, but different game types can easily be played on 22x30", 44x30", and 36x36" boards. Most games are played at 36x36".
Marvel: Crisis Protocol from Atomic Mass Games
Marvel: Crisis Protocol is played on a 36x36" board
Star Wars: Shatterpoint from Atomic Mass Games
Star Wars: Shatterpoint is played on a 36x36" board.
Malifaux from Wyrd Games
Malifaux is played on a 36x36” board
Corvis Belli: Infinity
Infinity is typically played on a 48x48" (4x4') board, though it can be played on other sizes, such as 36x36"
Warmachine and Hordes
Warmachine and Hordes are both played on 48"48" (4x4') boards, though they can be played on larger or smaller sizes depending on the point value