Hey! We got reviewed in episode ten of 2 GMs 1 Mic (2gms1mic). They picked up a copy of Zombie Ninja Pirates, and really enjoyed it. Check out the episode, and hear about us starting around 10:00.
Following the success of such games as Zombie Dice and Martian Dice, Gozer Games is pleased to announce development of a new custom dice game, Ninja Dice. In Ninja Dice, players take the role of ninjas attempting to hide inContinue reading… Gozer Games announces new game
Well, dice may hate them, but the fine folks at Dice Hate Me loved our game Vampire Werewolf Fairies. They just reviewed it on their podcast, the state of games, and they “really dug” it. They found it “fun, andContinue reading… Dice Hate Me love us
Zombie Ninja Pirates was reviewed quite favorably recently. First, WIRED’s resident GeekDad said that “the game is quite silly and can be a lot of fun” and concluded that Zombie Ninja Pirates is a “very funny concept and great interactionsContinue reading… Two great reviews for Zombie Ninja Pirates
Gozer Games has had some success and great reviews for our first card game, Zombie Ninja Pirates (it just won the Toy Man 2010 Award of Excellence). Now, we are announcing the launch of a new similar game, with Vampires,Continue reading… Gozer Games announces new card game, needs your help!
Bored to Death was amused by our game, Zombie Ninja Pirates. They did a video review, and gave us a pretty good rating. They said that the game was “very comical, with funny artwork and easy rules.” They also saidContinue reading… Video review by Bored to Death TV
The Toy Man, an independent product evaluation firm, has just posted their Product Evaluation of Zombie Ninja Pirates. It was awarded the Seal of Approval, the Award of Excellence, and the eChoice Award! We are very pleased to be given such great honors.
Despite its simplicity the game remains engaging after several plays. You will be coming back for more!
Gozer Games is getting excited about GenCon, and we hope you are as well! GenCon is the largest gaming convention in the US. Based in Indianapolis, IN, it hosts thousands of attendees for four straight days of gaming. Gozer GamesContinue reading… GenCon!
In the last couple of days, there has been a lot of news about a new variant on Rock Paper Scissors (Lizard Spock). Named Monkey-Pirate-Robot-Ninja-Zombie, it uses hand gestures to determine a winner in a contest between two people. (WhoContinue reading… Rock Paper Scissors?