Wednesday, December 29, 2010

And the Winner Is...

Our hat's off to Tabletop World's Guard Tower. Winner of the 2010 Reader's Choice Awards in the Best Terrain or Accessory category. Our Broken Blacktop mat placed a distant second place to their, frankly, stunning entry. Congratulations!


You can see the rest of the competition results here: 

2010 TGN Reader's Choice Awards Results

Friday, December 24, 2010

Flagston Paven Release Date and Advance Ordering

Our newest batlemat, the Flagston Paven is nearly ready for production. We've scheduled a release date of January 11, 2011 and we are now accepting advance orders for it.

Link to Flagston Paven in the ZUZZY Store.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Final Round of Voting in TGN 2010 Reader's Choice Awards

The second and final round of voting in the Tabletop Gaming News 2010 Reader's Choice Awards has started. Thanks to everyone for helping us reach the final round. But the voting isn't over yet. So, please return and give us your vote again. Even if you missed the first round of voting, you can still go there and vote now. Please note: The voting form there will only accept your vote if you are a registered user and logged in.


Sunday, December 12, 2010


The ZUZZY Broken Blacktop gaming mat has been nominated for Best Terrain or Accessory Product of 2010 in the Tabletop Gaming News' 2010 Reader's Choice Awards!!! So, if you like our new Broken Blacktop mat, please vote for us. And please note that you must be logged in at or the web form there won't accept your vote. THANK YOU!


UPDATE: The second and final round of voting has begun. Go here to vote in the second round.


Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Some ZUZZY Mats on the Interwebs

Here are a few shout-outs to some blogs that are featuring ZUZZY battlemats.

First blog post I've found featuring our new Broken Blacktop battlemat. Over at LuckyJoe's Blog. He's using 15mm figures on it. Although we designed it for 25-30mm figures, it looks pretty good with the 15mm:

Check out issue 6 of The Ancible. It has a very nice review of our battlemats + lots more:
Guerrilla Miniature Games is using the Scourged Forest 3×3′ Zuzzy Mat for Malifaux:

At the Sons of Taurus blog they're gaming on an unpainted Broken Blacktop mat:

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Flagston Paven Sneak Peek

Some of you have asked for a peek at our next upcoming release. We are calling it the Flagston Paven Terra-Flex mat. It will be part of our new “Stoneworks” line of terrain. The sculpt is complete and the mat will be in production within a few weeks.

The mat will be available in all of our standard sizes (4ftx6ft and smaller.).

The Flagston Paven mat is now available here.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

The Broken Blacktop Mat has Arrived!

We are very proud to announce today that the ZUZZY Miniatures Broken Blacktop Terra-Flex Battlemat we've been working on for so long has finally gone into production and is now available. The Broken Blacktop mat is the first in our Wounded City line of terrain.

ZUZZY Terra-Flex battlemats are flexible rubber with sculpted, raised details molded into the surface. It is terrain that can be used with nearly any game system. The mats are easily rolled out, instantly transforming your table into an ultra-realistic environment. And when used in conjunction with our resin terrain, your gaming experience can be raised to near dioramic levels. All of our terrain mats are available in 4ftX6ft, 4ftx4ft, 3ftx3ft, 2ftx4ft, 30inx30in, 2ftx2ft, and 11x14in sizes. The 3x6inch sample size is also available.

Terra-Flex mats can be used on a floor, draped over a small table, laid across your favorite gaming table, or even glued down on a permanent base. Once the game is over the mat can be easily rolled up and stored away in the convenient plastic sleeve that it was originally shipped in, taking up little more room than a folded up umbrella.

The Broken Blacktop mat is the fourth style of Terra-Flex mats joining The Sulfur Fields, Scourged Forest, and Moorlands battlemats that we have already released. The Broken Blacktop mats are available today in the Wounded City section of

Friday, October 22, 2010

Painted Moorlands Snow Mat in New Customer Gallery

 We love it when our customers send us photos of ZUZZY Miniatures they've painted. And now we've got a Customer Gallery up on our Facebook Page to show them off. So send us your pics and we'll put them up there.

First up in the gallery is John Redmond of Tacoma, Washington. John sent us some pics of his Moorlands mat painted up as a snow covered landscape. And it looks fantastic.

John says, "Awesome mat, easy to paint. Brown wash and a LOT of white highlighting with cheap Wal-Mart acrylic paints (scumbling and drybrushing as well); it holds up like a charm." "I gave it a "thoroughly trampled snow" effect. Seemed the Verdant Field texture was best for winter terrain."

Check out the pics in ZUZZY's Facebook Customer Gallery.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

New ZUZZY Forum Location

We've moved our forum to our Facebook page, here:
Be sure to "Like" us while your there. k thnx.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Broken Blacktop Sneak Peek

Here's a sneak peek at the upcoming Broken Blacktop Terra-Flex mat. The sculpt for it is complete and we will be able to start production on these as soon as the mold is ready. The Broken Blacktop battlemat will be a part of the "Wounded City" line of terrain we will be producing...

The mat will be available in all of our standard sizes (4ft x 6ft and smaller).

UPDATE: The Broken Blacktop mat is available now. Click Here to order yours.

Friday, May 28, 2010

ZUZZY Migrating to New Web Server

As many of you may have noticed, was off-line for the past 19 hours. Although we are back online now, we are in the process of moving to a new server, so there may be more outages in the next day or so. We have also deleted the forum both to simplify the move and because it was being incessantly spammed. If we decide to bring back a forum it will probably be on a 3rd party's website. As far as ordering goes, since our shopping cart is hosted at PayPal, as long as the site is on-line there should be no problems in ordering products.

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