Check out this fun video that’s mostly in French – except for a couple parts where they interview Sen and I – on the floor of GenCon! You can catch the dynamic duo at 11 seconds in for Junk Art and then again at 6:23 for our interview about Godfather: A New Don.
Well this is just gosh darn cute. Sen and I got interviewed by Hidden Staircase Podcast – by a kid! He asks some great questions and made this interview fun and entertaining! There’s also a review of our game, But Wait There’s More by the kids too. Check it out in full here! Interview starts at 7:20 – but they weave But Wait There’s More throughout the entire podcast. So cute!
What an honour! I not only was the very first interview for the Inquisitive Meeple over a year ago, but I’ve been asked back to be the 100th interview for the site. This is one meaty interview that goes into detail about my design process, rule books recommendations and upcoming projects! Check out this formidable interview!
Club Fantasci will be interviewing Sen and I live tomorrow night (Thursday, August 14) at 9pm EST (6pm PST). We’re pretty excited about it and this is your chance to ask us some questions as well! If you have questions you want answered then you can tweet them to @ClubFantasci before tomorrow night. Here’s the link for the actual interview:
Club Fantasci Interviews Jay and Sen
That reminds me…did you know you can follow Jay on Twitter: @bamboozlebros and you can follow Sen: @SenFoongLim.
Cool. See you then!
Check 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.
I jump in (with pants on!) the video feed alongside Paul Peterson (of Smash Up fame) with hosts JR Honeycutt and Andrew Christopher Enriquez as a special last minute guest on the Dallas Fort Worth Nerd Nighters Google Hangout.
Watch the interview here!
If you’re in the DFW area, you *NEED* to check these guys out. Link to http://www.dfwnn.org for more info on their events. They are doing so many awesome things in regards to gaming and community building that it makes me want to put on a 10-gallon hat and move to Texas!
Cool! Bellwether Games has just posted an interview we did over a few email correspondences we had over the last couple of weeks. It’s a fun interview that goes into details about the games we have coming out this year as well as some of our design philosophies!
Read the Bellwether Games Interview here!
Here’s a funny story: During our Kickstarter campaign for This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us, I opened it up to the backers in the comments section to questions they had for me about – anything! Well, I got a bunch of questions…and then a bunch more. One backer has taken all his questions and my answers and made a couple of blog posts about them! So if you’re interested in learning a bit more about Sen and me and how we design games – there are a lot of interesting questions (and hopefully interesting answers) to be found!
Part One of the interview.
Part Two of the interview.
Thanks Sanders for putting this altogether! It’s a nice way to end off the Kickstarter campaign!!!
Check out this interview I just did with Giant Fire Breathing Robot! We talked about three games: Belfort: The Expansion Expansion; Tortuga and This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us. At the time of the interview I wasn’t aware when the Kickstarter campaign would be happening for This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us – and it’s happening now.
You can support Tortuga on Kickstarter here!
You can support This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us here!
You can buy Belfort: The Expansion Expansion many places, including here!
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jaymee Mak, who, prior to this interview was one of my students in a class I teach on board game design and game theory. It’s a great piece (well, it’s all about me and Sen – so why wouldn’t it be great?!) with a lot of insight into the process and history of the Bamboozle Brothers (that’s Sen and I). Check it out!
The Arcade interview by Jaymee Mak