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Just picked up Penny Arcade The Game: Gamers vs. Evil.

I like sleeving my card games. What size sleeves should I get for these?

(I just compared them vs. Dominion, and they're slightly shorter and slightly wider, but I don't know if that's a standard size or what.)

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On the producer site (Fantasy Flight Games) you will see that you can use their 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" (63.5 x 88 MM) card sleeves.

On this link you can see that you can use 3 packs of their Standard Card Game Sleeves (grey color packs) and on this page you will see the card sleeves sold by them (the last product from the list).

Another card sleeves producer is Mayday Games. I think that their corresponding card sleeves are named "Card Game Sleeves" (2 1/2" x 3 1/2" (63.5 x 88 MM)) - green pack. I am pretty sure but you can visit their site. They have a pdf file where you can search for your game and see what kind of sleeves you need. IMPORTANT: Today I see that their site is consider by google as threat because they find malicious software, so I think is not a good idea to enter wright now on their page.

Also you can search for ultra pro sleeves but i don't know exactly what kind you should search for.

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This is a fantastic answer, but is unfortunately for the wrong game! This game from Fantasy Flight:… is different from this game from Cryptozoic: – Mag Roader Nov 26 '11 at 17:59
Though I finally found a ruler and actually measured the cards. It appears they happen to be the same size (by my measurements, 63mm x 88.5mm, which is hopefully close enough). – Mag Roader Nov 26 '11 at 18:07

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