Bundle: The Bagel Bites of Board Games

Updated: Dec 20, 2021


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This photo wasn't taken in the 90s but it could have been

Sing it with us now: "Pizza in the morning / Pizza in the evening / Pizza at suppertime...when pizza's on a bagel, you can eat pizza anytime." If you were a 90s Kid, this song is firmly emblazoned into your memory. (By the way, we have our Bundle: 90s Edition game for all 90s kids and 90s kids at heart.) We can't think about pizza or bagels without wanting to sing this theme tune. As if bagels and pizza aren't awesome enough on their own, combining them is pretty much an unstoppable combination. It makes it socially acceptable (not that we care about social norms) to eat pizza and bagels anytime and anywhere. Here at Bundle, we like to think of ourselves as the Bagel Bites of board games.



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Rooftop Bundle Party

We know that calling ourselves the Bagel Bites of board games is a pretty big flex, so let us explain. Each of our Bundle games is highly customized for YOU. Our Bundlers fill out a Bundle Blueprint, a series of questions that helps us to get to know you a little bit better. We take your answers and make a game with 83 custom cards featuring your favorite traditions, memories, inside jokes, trivia, and photos. It's a great way to celebrate with people that you love, but Bundle is also fun to play with a group of people who are just getting to known each other - it's the perfect ice breaker activity for a corporate setting, bachelorette party where not everyone knows each other super well, or even a first date.



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Times Square Bundle

Anyone can Bundle, but we also pride ourselves in people being able to Bundle anywhere. We have been big board game fans since we were kids, but sometimes it was hard to travel with an inconveniently shaped board game box. (Believe us, we've done it!) We decided that since we were creating our own game, we wanted to make sure it was easy to take anywhere. So each of our games has a cloth board and comes in a drawstring bag that can fit into the smallest of carry on bags. Or even a tiny purse. Okay, maybe actually even a pretty deep pocket but admittedly we haven't tried that one yet.


As big board game fans, we have so many other games that we also love. Cassandra Rosas did a great write up of some favorites in Board Game Mania for Classic Fun at Home.



We want to hear from you- what is the most unique place you have played a board game? And which flavor of Bagel Bites is your favorite? We are personally three cheese gals, but we know that there are some who are passionately camp mini pepperoni. We welcome all opinions.