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!
It’s a good day to be a Bamboozle Brother! First a review of our new Euro 2-player game, Akrotiri, and now a review of our new party game that’s coming out in the next couple of weeks! They really loved it!! This is seriously the funniest game that Sen and I have ever made.We’re hoping that this one gets played by a ton of people!
Here are some random quotes from the podcast:
“BWTM takes less imagination – which is entertaining”
“We laughed a lot”
“I haven’t seen my wife laugh that hard in quite some time!”
Check out the entire podcast here and jump to 10:10 if you want to hear the full review. Love it – thanks so much for your review! Thanks for calling out “That’s the Best Part” expansion too – that makes me laugh every single time! 🙂 Can’t wait to see the video review – EPIC!!
Jay and I were the esteemed guests on the 85th episode of the Game Design Round Table podcast this week. Check it out and let us know what you think!
~ Sen-Foong Lim
20 Minutes of Filler Podcast just did a podcast where they talked a bit about Kickstarted microgames, followed by a review of a great game called 6 Nimmt and finishing with a wonderful review of This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us! Check out the entire podcast here. Jump to 17:20 to get right to the review for This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us!
Episode 17 - the one about girls, featuring Belfort
On the 17th Episode of The State of Games podcast, the folks at Dice Hate Me take a look at our latest release, Belfort. The good stuff (i.e. the stuff about Belfort!) starts at the 49 minute mark and features some very positive comments from the reviewers. Listen in!
The first 3/4 of the podcast is also very interesting to listen to from the perspective of a game designer as it has to do with what girls like in board/card games. Definitely food for thought!