Two more fantastic reviews for Junk Art!

Wow – the reviews are coming in strong now! Junk Art has been reviewed by my favourite reviewer, JonGetsGames, as well as by Board Game Authority. Both really loved the game and praised the replay value! Check out the video from JonGetsGames below and the written review from Board Game Authority here.

-Jay Cormier

Opinionated Gamers review Junk Art!

Screen shot 2012-01-16 at 10.21.04 PMWe’re very pleased to report that those very opinionated gamers from Opinionated Gamer love Junk Art! Finally we’ve made a game that they all can enjoy! You can read all their glorious words of praise here, but here are some of my favourite quotes:

junkartThis is one of those games that I have loved from first sight.

the variety of goals and gameplay offered in the different city cards makes this one stand out from the genre

I’ve played this a couple of different ways, and every play has been simple, laugh-out-loud fun

This is an inventive entry into the dexterity games space with a great, almost obvious theme and really well-done components

Thanks for playing!!

-Jay Cormier

Positive Video Review of Junk Art!

The Board Game Kaptain has posted a rules summary and a review of our new game, Junk Art…and he loved it!He even had his wife chime in with a second opinion and she loved it even more than he did! Some things that stood out:

“Even though I was dreading this game, I think this game is a lot of fun!”

“If you like high quality games that are going to last you years and years and years, buy this game.”

“If you like light-hearted dexterity games that have spontaneous bouts of laughter, buy this game!”

Wow – awesome! Thanks for all the kind words and for taking the time to make this video.

Jump to 12:15 to watch the review part if you’d like.

-Jay Cormier

Junk Art Makes Top 10 Games at Origins!

Junk Art is majunk art-imageking a showing at Origins before its official debut at GenCon later this year. For one blogger – who totally doesn’t even like dexterity games – it made his top 10 list of games he’s played at Origins so far! Wow – that’s great praise considering how many games are on display at Origins! If you’re at Origins – please take a photo of you playing Junk Art and send it our way! I’d love to see your art!! Email to jay (at) bamboozlebrothers.com.

You can check out the blog post from Late to the Table here!

-Jay Cormier

Dice Tower loves Junk Art!

The first video review of our upcoming game, Junk Art, by Pretzel Games, has landed online – and is by none other than Tom Vasel from the Dice Tower. Tom got to play the game for the first time while he was at The Gathering a couple weeks ago, but then was able to snag his own copy. The bottom line? Tom loves it and gives it his Seal of Approval!

I really enjoyed hearing him say, “The designers of the game, Jay Cormier and Sen-Foong Lim have done some excellent games, so I was willing to give it a chance.” Cool that we’ve made enough good games that reviewers are now knowing who we are! 🙂

Other standout comments from Tom:

“Guys, this game really has blown me away!”

“I was really surprised that they took this concept…and make it into an excellent, fun game.”

“The fact that every game has a different feel, is really neat.”

“If you do like skill based dexterity games this is honestly one of the best to come out in years.”

“Highly recommend it. HIGHLY recommend it!”

Wow – awesome stuff! Thanks Tom for the wonderful words!

-Jay Cormeir