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On Who, What, Why? I discuss game design with those who make games and try to learn more about the game design process. Each episode I interview a designer, publisher, developer, artist, etc. of tabletop games such as card, board, or role playing. Some episodes discuss big ideas in design rather than individual games. I have both mainstream and independent developers as guests.
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Knox Game Design is a monthly discussion by game creators in the Knoxville, Tennessee area. We share our ideas, show off projects, and discuss current topics related to video game development. Our group explores the many facets of the game design process, such as coding, graphics, modeling, animation, story, and promotion. You can find out more information on the group including future meeting dates at knoxgamedesign.org
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GDDT offers deep analysis of game design techniques and their applications in the industry from industry professionals. Featuring game dissections, broad design technique discussions, and industry guests - offering the layman a glimpse into the often mysterious art of making games. Hosted by JM8 - An experienced Sound Designer, University Professor and Content Creator for the Escapist Magazine and Psy - A Professional Developer, Game Analyst and Indie Hobbyist
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As part of the industry and in love with games, best buds Sam and Sven explore both sides of relevant game design topics in not-too-thick German accents. It’s laid-back, an hour-long, has valuable game development insight (banter) and there are guests from AAA and Indie. See industryidiots.com/about for more!
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I'm Richard Pullman, and I want to talk to you about your game. Whether you're a total amateur hobbyist who's never released a product or a professional making the big bucks I want know what game design means to you. Nothing is more interesting to me. One of the best things about the podcast? I've been helping designers break through challenges in live time while discussing! It keeps happening! Helping creators is my joy.
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GDT Brasil é um grupo de discussão e criação de conhecimento sobre a arte de Game Design. Semanalmente, recebemos convidados de diversas áreas do desenvolvimento de jogos para discutir ao vivo pelo Discord sobre temas variados ligados à produção desta mídia que tanto amamos. Você pode acompanhar as conversas ao vivo, mas elas também são gravadas e distribuídas aqui, em formato de podcast. Então vem com a gente debater sobre Game Design, Jogos, Desenvolvimento e tudo mais! https://discord.gg/ ...
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The Dicing with Design podcast is all about games design: how they're created, designed and played. We talk everything games design, from role playing games, to wargaming, to collectible card games, to board games, to video games. We'll dissect what makes a good game, and what makes a system terrible to play. We're planning to create out own game over the course of the podcast, designing live on-air, and alongside the games design chat, we'll be talking general gaming news and views. We play ...
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In Think Like a Game Designer, award-winning designer and Stone Blade Entertainment CEO Justin Gary speaks with world class game designers to deconstruct the step-by-step process for creating games and working in the gaming industry. In each episode, we distill the process of creativity into actionable advice that anyone can use all while giving listeners an opportunity to learn more about their favorite games and designers. justingarydesign.substack.com
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La création de jeux vidéo indépendants est composée de 2 grandes parties : - La conception - La vente Devinez laquelle est extrêmement négligée ? ;) Ce podcast, sans prétention, est un support d'échange sur la création de jeux dont l'objectif est d'en vivre. On va donc parler de game design mais aussi de cette fameuse partie qui peut paraître beaucoup moins glamour et probablement intimidante pour les développeurs que nous sommes : le marketing, la monétisation, les stratégies... en somme, l ...
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The Game Designers of North Carolina is a guild of tabletop game designers who, shockingly, reside in North Carolina. We’ve been meeting regularly since April 2013 and when we started most of us did not have a lot of exposure or experience in tabletop game design. We’ve learned a lot as a group since we started and this podcast is a way to share some of that knowledge. Our goal for the podcast is to present a lot of information pertinent for new designers but hopefully also offer content tha ...
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In this episode, Joe Bragg, founder of the indie publishing company Meek Heroes Gaming, discusses the grassroots approach he’s taking to building his publishing company. We chat about why this approach makes sense for a lot of people, the pros and cons of not using crowdfunding, how to build a community from the ground up, and a whole lot more. I a…
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Kelp me! Kelp me! All joking aside... this is a serious podcast... Carl Robinson, the designer of the 2-player game Kelp, joined me to talk more about his games and expand upon frustrating games in general. We discussed his game in detail, but we also branched off into games that use frustration in good and bad ways. Check out Kelp, live on Kicksta…
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Hey all! Today I have a new episode where I’m going to be talking about two things. First, I’m going to report on a bunch of RPGs that I’ve been playing or trying out, and give my takes. I say more about each game on the podcast, so make sure to check that out. Here are some quick bullet points, though! What I’ve been playing SCARLET NEXUS – Extrem…
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Gina Willis has designed A Glorious Chance, an excellent solitaire game about naval operations during the War of 1812 and collaborated with Jeremy White on the design of Skies Above Britain. We discuss both of these games, the emphasis on narrative in solitaire design, age of sail, and much more. A Glorious Chance (mybigcommerce.com)…
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It’s time for another round of listener questions! In this episode, Dirk and David field questions from the community, discussing a variety of subjects. Topics include the validity and usefulness of player taxonomies, the pros and cons of game jams, and the considerations that go into creating an expansion for physical and digital products.…
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Será que vão descobrir que não sei de nada? Meu trabalho está agregando em algo? Será que isso que fiz está bom? Um dilema que atinge muitos profissionais da industria de jogos é acreditar que seu trabalho não possui a qualidade esperada. Isabela Gissoni (Analista de Gente e Gestão na Tapps Games) e Jayna Fontes (Head de Gente e Gestão na Tapps) ve…
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Morgan Page, the renowned DJ and music producer, has etched his mark in the world of electronic music with hits like "The Longest Road" and "In the Air." His influence transcends pulsating beats and catchy melodies, extending into the realm of songwriting, sound design, and even the science of creativity. In this episode, we unravel the layers of M…
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In this episode, Lauryn and Nicholas pick up where they left off in discussing how Baldur's Gate 3 structures its skill check encounters. We look at how encounter design in video games generally seems to privilege a system of challenges and achievements where the player's subjective experience is either an afterthought or simply a second order effe…
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Isaac Shalev (@kindfortress), Josh Bowman, and Mark McGee (@mmark40) get together to try new things on this episode of the Game Designers of North Carolina Podcast. 5:55 – Iterative Design 26:40 – Do Games Offer Choice? 44:29 – Eclipse and Dice Discuss this episode in our guild at podcast.gdofnc.com. Follow us on Twitter at @GDofNC. Check out our w…
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Joe Slack, a frequent guest of the show, joined me once again to help me dip our toes into the conversation about AI art in board games. We did our best to explain AI art from our knowledge base and to explore some of the uses of it so far and even what future uses should look like. I have an ongoing cough, so I did my best to remove those loud cou…
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In this episode, Jason Perez and I chat about how designers can boost their creativity by thinking outside the box, pushing past tropes, and being more intentional about their thematic choices. The post How to Boost Creativity and Avoid Tropes | Jason Perez appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.저자 Gabe Barrett
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In this episode, John de Campos, founder of Terrible Games, and I chat about the highs and lows of starting and running an indie publishing company in the board game industry. The post Listen to this BEFORE you start an indie publishing company | John de Campos appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.…
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Designers sempre jogam algo analisando? O que um Designer procura ao jogar? Qual a importância de analisar benchmarks? Julye Correa (Game Designer na Tapps Games) e Gabriel Onibeni (Game Designer na Lumen Games) se juntam a banca do GD de Bolso para falar sobre o jogar como Game Designer. Explicamos o que muda no seu olhar quando você é um profissi…
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In this episode, I break down some game design productivity hacks that have been helping me lately, and I’m specifically talking about a concept called “habit fields.” This was a presentation I gave recently for Board Game Design Pro, so if you find it useful and want more helpful content like it, be sure to check out BGDP here. You’ll find all sor…
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This week, David is joined by Chris Bourassa, creative director and cofounder of Red Hook Studios, as well as Tyler Sigman, designer and fellow co-founder. Together, they discuss Red Hook’s latest venture, Darkest Dungeon 2, the road trip sequel to Darkest Dungeon. Topics include the risks involved in making a sequel, the use and pitfalls of early …
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In this episode, Leo Taylor, designer of games in the Risk, Clue, and D&D universes, breaks down his “key pillars of game design” as we chat through the many questions designers should think through as they dive into a new game design. You can download a PDF of the key pillars HERE. The post Do this BEFORE designing a game | Leo Taylor appeared fir…
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Presentation on how to apply object oriented principles to GameMaker to expand the variety of enemies and items in games. Includes discussion of parenting of objects in GameMaker and how to inherit attributes and functions in children objects. Links and Notes GameMaker – https://gamemaker.io/en Podcast theme music – Ride by Pocketmaster…
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In this episode, Joe Slack and I talk about how we’ve both been able to piece together lots of different revenue streams in the gaming industry to be able to make a full-time living from game design. And be sure to check out Joe’s latest puzzle game here: http://kck.st/3SfV1Np The post How to Make Money from Your Game Design Hobby with Joe Slack ap…
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About Mark Otero In this episode, join us for an insightful discussion with Mark Otero, a true innovator in the gaming sphere. Starting with his humble beginnings founding KlickNation, an entity that caught Electronic Arts' attention, Mark's journey is one of risk, innovation, and striking success in game design. His unique perspective on community…
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Dirk and David are joined by Nate Austin, co-creator of myth-making tactical RPG Wildermyth. In this entry in the series on worldbuilding, Nate describes the origins of Wildermyth, and how he and his partners grew the game into a true success. The trio also discuss how Wildermyth’s mechanics lead to a character focused over plot focused story, as w…
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Economy é só balanceamento? Quais habilidades é preciso ter? O que é a economia de um jogo? Convidamos Lucas Pereira (Senior Economy Designer da Fortis Games) para falar sobre a profissão de Economy Designer. Explicamos quais as habilidades necessárias, como começar, o que é a economia de um jogo e dicas sobre a área.…
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In this episode, Elan Lee, the creator of Exploding Kittens, talks about his venture into creating games for small children. Elan has been designing the games alongside his four-year-old daughter, and we talk about the process of designing games both for and with small kids. We also get into the business side of things and discuss marketing, manufa…
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In this fourth season of Furidashi, Nicholas is making a game! So, the first thing we need to figure out is... well... where to even begin. We discuss the good and bad of game engines, licensing agreements, how to leverage your existing skills, and where to draw inspiration from. In the past, we've focused more on top down, theoretical consideratio…
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In this episode, Geoff Engelstein and I chat about design theory and break down Geoff’s favorite examples and how they relate to designing games. Geoff’s book about loss aversion can be found here: https://amzn.to/3rIgi7y More info about the Tabletop Network Conference can be found here: https://www.tabletopnetwork.com The post 4 Amazing (and Usefu…
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Dirk is joined by returning guest host Soren Johnson in today's episode in the Design Talk series. Dirk and Soren speak with Richard Lemarchand, distinguished game designer and now-professor most well-known for his work on the Uncharted series. Richard details his journey through his game design career, and the skills and processes he learned along…
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On this episode, I chat with Jo Kelly to discuss their upcoming game Molly House which is being published by Wehrlegig (maybe you heard of it) and is coming to Backerkit on October 17th. Jo Kelly is also a Zenobia finalist. We talk about the making of Molly House, Zenobia, and much much more. Molly House - A game of queer joy and betrayal in 18th c…
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In this episode, Jason Greeno and I chat about the current boom in the print-n-play side of the market, and we dive into how and why more designers should create printable versions of their games. You can find a ridiculous number of PnP games on Jason’s website, PnP Arcade. And you can find his game, The Cursed Managerie, on Kickstarter HERE. Here’…
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Todo mundo já sabe se comunicar? Eu preciso me importar em aprimorar essa habilidade? Devo me preocupar como estou me comunicando? Recebemos Mariana Gaida (Head of People & Culture - Snackclub) para falar sobre essa é uma habilidade essencial para garantir um bom desenvolvimento de um jogo, seja da forma verbal ou escrita, a comunicação. Conversamo…
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Domhnall Hegarty and his Citog Creative have provided graphic design for a number of high profile and award-winning releases, such as Fire & Stone: Siege of Vienna, People Power, Red Flag Over Paris, The Vote, and more. We chat about the considerations that go into his work and the discussion surrounding the use of AI-generated images in games.…
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Overview of OpCodes and how those relate to video game consoles. Links and Notes 6502 OpCodes at Ultimate Commodore 64 Reference – https://www.pagetable.com/c64ref/6502/ GameBoy OpCodes – https://www.pastraiser.com/cpu/gameboy/gameboy_opcodes.html x86 OpCodes – https://net.cs.uni-bonn.de/fileadmin/user_upload/plohmann/x86_opcode_structure_and_instr…
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In this episode, Pam Walls and I chat about the games on our “must play” lists if you’re a game designer. And be sure to check out Pam’s awesome channel about game design here: https://www.youtube.com/@pamwallsgamedesign Here are the games we discuss: -Imhotep -Dungeons & Dragons -Catan -Chess -Magic: the Gathering -Robinson Crusoe -Kemet -Creature…
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Join us in this episode as we chat with the legendary Reiner Knizia, the mastermind behind over 700 games. With a Ph.D. in mathematics, Reiner transitioned from banking to establish one of the most recognized and enjoyed brands in the gaming world. From his early titles like Gold Digger and Desperados, his influence spans collaborations with global…
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Welcome to episode 300 of The Game Design Round Table! Dirk and David take the opportunity to celebrate this momentous milestone. They reflect on the role the show has played in their lives, their own journeys as designers, and hear from friends new and old. Thank you all for listening, whether this is your first episode or you’ve been listening fr…
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Nesse episódio tentamos responder as principais dúvidas da industria de jogos no Brasil, Game e Narrative Design. Para isso, contamos com Eric Andersen, Guilherme Quintana, Samanta Geraldini, Lucas Toso, Mariana Brecht e Davi Baptista. Esse episódio também celebra o marco de 50 episódios e 2 anos do GD de Bolso. Sendo gravado com uma live.…
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In this episode, Jay Cormier and I chat about how to teach game design concepts to others and help them become game designers. And be sure to check out Jay’s new game design activity book HERE. The post How to Create More Game Designers with Jay Cormier appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.저자 Gabe Barrett
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Dirk is joined by Ryan Laukat, designer, illustrator, and co-founder of Red Raven Games, for the second installation in this series on worldbuilding. Ryan discusses his introduction and path into game design, the creation of Red Raven Games, and different methods that can be used to worldbuild. Topics include the importance of maps, how storybooks …
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