A Maze'n Bingo is a game for 2-4 players ages 8 to adult. Though uniquely strategic it levels the playing field between novice & skilled players.
Players try to get Bingo first by going after numbers they need on their Bingo card. They do this by travelling an ever changing maze. The maze is made up of the 75 numbers used in 75-ball style bingo laid out as counting/landing pads. It also includes additional landing pads with unique abilities assisting or hindering players throughout the game.
Players move about the board by the roll of the Clap Dice. The number they land on is marked off by all players on their own Bingo Card. That number is then covered by a cover stone or chip and no longer counted in the game.
The visuals on this site of A Maze'n Bingo are the mock up/test versions done by the creator of the game. Final graphics being prepared by a professional graphics artist will be completed by Fall.
A Maze'n Bingo comes complete with all the components needed to play. Daubers or markers are not needed as the numbers on the Bingo Cards can be folded over and can be reused (Do not tear out).
This new edition of A Maze'n BINGO includes the ability that allows for Poker Style wagering and bluffing!
Which offers a whole new range of game play for the game and its tournaments.
Stephen R. Kaplan is a designer of Gaming related entertainment. Besides A Maze'n Bingo he has a new bingo game show called Pass or Play He is also a Professional Magician and is an esteemed MC under the name The Maestro. He has been dubbed "Mr. Bingotainment" within the Casino/Gaming industry. More info about him at his website: www.TheMaestroOfMagic.com
The original version of the game was called "The Bingo Game" which then evolved to "Amazing Bingo" and finally to "A Maze'n Bingo". With the original versions we were able to test the concept and the tournament capabilities. The concept and the tournaments worked beautifully. The gameboard layout and game play lacked a certain smoothness and flow. Any issues have all been rectified by the new maze with the tweaks and upgrades to the rules and the gameboard allowing for a more fluid and exciting game.
The original idea for packaging was this foil bag (as seen here being held by Kaplan's daughter). Though not ruled out we are currently working out the best packaging worthy of the new and greatly improved version.
Originally made circa 2012 updated a bit 2021