The television series Orphan Black introduced viewers to a world where human cloning is a hidden reality, but everyone’s motive is in question.

In Orphan Black: The Card Game, you are secretly assigned to one of three teams: the Proletheans, Neolutionists, or the Bird Watchers. The goal of the game is to influence as many clones into joining your faction as possible, while also keeping your opponents guessing as to which of the three factions you’re really working for. If you can keep other players in the dark while secretly exerting influence on your targets, you’ll come out on top.

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The Bamboozle Brothers are board game designers with many published games on the market. Follow their blog to see how they did it. 

Jay Cormier

Jay Cormier

Jay Cormier is the British Columbian half of the board game design team. He’s been designing games seriously since 2005 and not seriously since 1985. In his ‘spare’ time Jay is also a:

Children’s Entertainer:
Tech blogger:

Find Jay Cormier on Twitter: @BamboozleBros

You can contact Jay Cormier by calling him: 604-657-8858 or emailing (remove the spaces): jay @ bamboozlebrothers,com

Sen-Foong Lim

Sen-Foong Lim

Sen-Foong Lim is the Ontario half of the Bamboozle Brothers (the shorter, more Asian than Jay half) who keeps very buys, when not designing board games, by being the proud father of two loveable scamps.

When not thinking about games or his family, Sen is an accomplished:

musician, heard here with his band, Phantohms:
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, who trains here:

Check out his series on game design at:

Find Sen-Foong Lim on Twitter: @SenFoonLim or @MeepleSyrup


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