Can you name a flamboyant popstar, a blind scientist, or a skinny superhero? You’d better think fast, or your fellow players will leave you buffaloed!
A card game of quick wits and zany combinations, buffalo: the name dropping game asks you to name-drop faster than your friends, collect the most cards, and win! How fast can you name a vain artist? How about a glasses-wearing heartthrob? Don’t be surprised if you find yourself surrounded by curious players eager to name an annoying conqueror or perky religious figure!
buffalo is a 20 minute party game for adults and families (2–8 players ages 14 and up), and players are encouraged to join in the middle of a game!
We make exceptional games that players love.
Resonym is a playful woman-led media company in New Hampshire bringing new voices to tabletop gaming and beyond. Our games are a gateway to nifty new types of play. From award-winning party games like Buffalo: The Name Dropping Game and Awkward Moment, to our strategy games Monarch and VISITOR in Blackwood Grove, we make family friendly fun games that inspire the imagination.
OUR GAMES RESONATE
Resonym develops board games, card games, sports, urban games, and digital games, plus printed matter and ephemera. Many of the games we publish have been researched at Tiltfactor, the interdisciplinary innovation studio dedicated to designing & studying games that help us learn, founded by prolific game designer Dr. Mary Flanagan.
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Game Design: Mary Flanagan, Max Seidman, Sukdith Punjasthitkul
Art Direction: Zara Downs
Executive Producer: Mary Flanagan
Producer: Sukdith Punjasthitkul
Research Team: Mary Flanagan, Geoff Kaufman, Max Seidman, Cote Theriault, Danielle Taylor, Amanda Young, Janet Kim, Adrea McClave, Viviana Ramos, Joe Ramsawak, Amaris De La Rosa-Moreno, Madeleine Parker
Buffalo Text: Sharang Biswas, Mark Essig, Mary Flanagan, Geoff Kaufman, Janet Kim, Andrea McClave, Sukdith Punjasthitkul, and Max Seidman
Playtesters: Friends, families, and students in the NH/VT Upper Valley and beyond.