Inquisitive Meeple Interviews the Bamboozle Brothers!

Screenshot 2014-07-23 08.16.36Check out this great interview (well of course it’s great – check out the subject matters!) of us by Inquisitive Meeple. A lot of it focuses on our upcoming Kickstarter game, But Wait There’s More! Learn a few things about the game before it launches and check out some new pictures of the components as well.

-Jay Cormier


But Wait, There’s More – New Art and Print and Play files!

Our new game is coming soon to Kickstarter, which will make it our fourth game to launch on Kickstarter. Our first was Belfort: The Expansion Expansion and then we followed that up with two at the same time this past February – This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 Of Us from Tasty Minstrel Games and Tortuga from Queen Games.

butwaitboxThis new game is a party game called But Wait, There’s More! In the game players take the role of an infomercial sales person where you have to sell the other players a product using one Feature card from your hand and one Feature card drawn randomly halfway through your pitch. All the Features are common phrases and ideas that you’ve heard or seen in other infomercials. It’s definitely the funniest game we’ve ever designed!

We’ll share more about the Kickstarter campaign when it launches – possibly within a week!! In the meantime we’d like to unveil the new box art as well as the files so you can print and play the game with a portion of the cards.

If you do try it out, please let us know what you think as we’d love to have a few more quotes from gamers about their thoughts on the game for our Kickstarter campaign!

Check out the print and play files over at BGG!

-Jay Cormier

Belfort Nominated for 2014 Geekie Award (Best Tabletop Game)

*pew pew!*

Check this out!  What an awesome trophy!  It would look absolutely stunning on my mantle and guess what?  Jay and I could win one!

To our surprise yesterday, a friend notified us that we were nominated for this strange award – The Geekie – for Best Tabletop Game.   Only in it’s second year, the Geekies are to be held annually in Hollywood, CA, every August.  The Geekies celebrate all that is great and good in geekdom in the following categories:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Cosplay
  • Fashion & Armor
  • Personality
  • Podcasts & Blogs
  • Short Films
  • Tabletop Games
  • Trailers & Vidoes
  • Video Games
  • Web Series

So, Belfort is up against 19 other games – you can check out the list of contenders and see who we’re up against.  I think we stand a good chance of taking that badassed blue blaster home with us… Fingers crossed!

Whether we win or lose, I really like the concept of this award – the Core Concepts are brilliant:

  1. Rising Creators Need Recognition
  2. Authenticity and Integrity Without Compromise
  3. Work with the Best of the Best
  4. Innovate and Adapt to a Changing Industry
  5. Informed Risk-Taking Leads to Success
  6. Powerful Moments Inspire the World

Reading that fills me with an awesome sense of pride in what I do, what I create, and what I contribute; my work is art and art is necessary to elevate the human condition about basic sustenance.  To quote their webpage, “The Geekie Awards cultivates moments that inspire creation, achievement and hard work, and bring our culture together with pride.”

Amen, brother, amen!

~ Sen-Foong Lim

Tortuga wins Austrian Family Game award!

Screenshot 2014-07-03 21.27.26The game hasn’t hit North American shores yet, but that hasn’t stopped it from impressing the Austrians! Tortuga won The Family Game Hit award for 2014! Good news!! Here’s hoping it finds similar love and appreciation when it hits US and Canada soon. For full Austrian coverage check out this link.