Tycho BYO How It Works Instructions


Each building is made up of a lower section, with slots for optional drop-in doors, and a connectable roof.
Buildings are built around a 3 inch cube system and are stackable.

Four “cube” shapes have been designed to allow for a variety of building sizes. The maximum sized Quad Cube.

The largest Quad Cube measures 158mm x 169mm x 76mm

• Single Cube - 76.2mm x 76.2mm x 76.2mm

• Double Cube - 152.4mm x 76.2mm x 76.2mm

• L-Shaped Cube - 152.4mm x 152.4mm x 76.2mm

• Quad Cube - 152.4mm x 152.4mm x 76.2mm

Each roof has a set of a connecting 'nubs' which correspond to indents on the bottom of each building, allowing you to stack buildings without them moving around during gameplay.

The simple roof connecting system

The simple roof connecting system

Two sample buildings stacked to make a larger structure


The Set has a range of optional slot-in doors in various styles. The door frame is designed slightly undersized than regular 25mm bases to allow the dimensions to remain constrained and still look like actual real-life doorways. They're designed to be immersive gaming pieces and not actual scaled 'doll's house' doorways. Imagined in-world as roughly hewn doorways from industrial cargo containers.

The slot-in door system in action