Simulations were completed using an Ice Particle Aggregate Simulator (IPAS), a box model that uses hexagonal prisms to theorize ice crystal aggregation and allows for variation in crystal size, shape, number, and falling orientation. After collection in a theoretical grid space, detailed information is extracted from two primary habits (plates and columns) to determine the aggregate ice crystal properties. It was found that both plates and columns aggregate to less extreme aspect ratios at nearly the same rate. Newly formed aggregate properties derived from statistical analyses are amenable to implementation into more sophisticated bulk microphysical models that are designed to predict and evolve particle properties, which is crucial in realistically evolving cloud ice mass distribution and for representing the collection process. The methodology presented avoids traditional thresholding of axis lengths due to aggregation and provides a seamless transition between monomer crystals and aggregates in models.