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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.
 
Do you love board games? I do! But do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes? How do meet-up groups get organized? What is the difference between a successful and an unsuccessful Kickstarter campaign? How do publishers get their games to market? How are people reaching their market in an ever more competitive market? What type of social media personalities are springing up in support of this industry? James interviews experts from across the industry and takes a peak under the hood i ...
 
Meeple Overboard! is a podcast about board games, the gaming community, and our little slice of heaven that plays them. We're Chris and Wendy, and we love board games. Each Saturday, we'll bring you a half-hour episode featuring three segments:1. Shop Talk! We'll discuss a general board gaming topic, answer your questions, or discuss some news.2. Random Rally! We've got lots of interests, and eat lots of tasty things, and have a lot to share. Random Rally! is a few minutes of food for though ...
 
If you are a musician, writer, visual artist, actor, or some other type of creative entrepreneur, this show is for you! Host Bob Baker is on a mission to help creative people of all kinds use their talents and know-how to make a living and make a difference in the world! The podcast features interviews and helpful advice from Bob, who has been self-employed in the arts for most of his life (as an author, musician, visual artist, actor, and improv comedy instructor).
 
House Rule The Board Gaming Podcast, the twelfth best place to hear to a group of friends trying desperately to act like they know what they're talking about as each and every conversation comes quickly undone at the seams. Join Alan, Tobias and Tom for discussions about all things board gaming and probably a lot of things that aren't!
 
Visual art, theatre, film and literature. Segments include: - 'Art Attack' - fortnightly visual arts reviews with Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith. - 'Shoot the Messenger' - fortnightly theatre news & reviews with Fleur Kilpatrick. - 'Drawn Out' - monthly chat about comic books and graphic novels with Bernard Caleo. Please email talks@rrr.org.au for all interview requests. About the Presenter Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artisti ...
 
Kaz Gable and Bill Price love board games. More than that, they love board game design. The roasted games podcast is an exploration of what does and does not make a good game and the brilliance and pitfalls of board game design. They also touch on their own experience as budding game designers and the status of games they have in development.
 
Mark Dawson is a best selling self-published author on multiple platforms including Amazon and Kobo. He is the author of the John Milton thriller series and its spin-off Beatrix Rose. In addition, he’s written several ‘Soho Noir' novels. Mark’s breakthrough came when he developed a marketing strategy for promoting and selling his books. His swift success enabled him to quit his 9 to 5 job and he has generated gross revenues of more than a million dollars in less than five years. Mark has bec ...
 
This is Shootin' the Chit. Every two weeks, hosts Zach Hoekstra and Danny Lott take you on an audio cavalcade of their corners of the board gaming universe.Expect highfalutin concepts, adult language, childish digressions, and ridiculous sketches. Enjoy the ramblings of two adults as they discuss why games are art with the glee of children.
 
ThePastCast is a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing pop culture topics from the past. Each week focuses on a different theme as Rick and Ben talk about their experiences growing up. Episodes last roughly 45 minutes and cover a broad range of categories including video games, books, television, movies, board games, fashion, music and toys. New episodes are released each Monday.
 
Games, Movies, Board games, all things us nerds love to do and argue about! Join us as our hosts Jarrod and Dave take you on an adventure down memory lain, drag you threw the pain of today, and help you overcome the threats of tomorrow. just two dads with a microphone and a love for pop culture. Facebook: www.facebook.com/TTWgames/ Twitter : twitter.com/TTW_Boardgames Website: www.ttwpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TTWarriors Go Check Out Jarrod's Art work @ www.instagram.com/th ...
 
Beaucoup Pop, is a podcast all about pop culture and nerdieness!! Join Kerry, Justin, Matt, and Tressa as they talk about their loves in life; movies, comics, music, books, anime, video games, TV, manga, board games....the list goes on. www.beaucouppop.com
 
Join Collin as he aims to conquer his most damning foe yet: himself. Armed with just his friends, Collin seeks a better life through art, love, career, culture, health, and hobby. This podcast is best consumed on the Anchor.fm app, where you can listen to music in each episode. Subjects covered are airlines, planes, photography, furries and furry culture, music, board games, video games, game development, society and world culture, depression, LGBTQ, and asexuality, among other things. Curre ...
 
Welcome to my neighborhood! Board, table top, and video games galore. Stop by The Token Tavern and listen to the many tales of adventure. Or stop by school and hear from Prof T.D. Guy as he teaches you about the fine art of game and world design. All this and more can be found here on the Token Dicecast! So stop in and stay for a while and enjoy all my neighborhood has to offer.
 
If you find yourself with nothing particular to do in an airport, train or bus or you've got a quiet evening to yourself in a hotel room or you're facing the delicious prospect of an extended lunch or tea break, why not pick up Coffee Break Collection 001 and enjoy the experience? This anthology has a selection of humorous pieces guaranteed to keep you entertained. Opening with a master of the genre, PG Wodehouse, the first story is a pseudo-scholarly treatise on football captains! A delight ...
 
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In a seriously jam packed episode of the House Rule Podcast the gang cover a huge number of topics including… Small games you can take away with you. Their favorite gateway games. How do you choose a good game to buy? How important is winning. Dark Souls the Card game We can't promise you’ll learn anything but what we can guarantee is you’ll all ha…
 
Chris Kirkman and Darrell Louder joined me to talk about playtesting. We focused on various best practices for getting feedback and also ways in which UnPub has grown over the years. Darrell also may have shared some little known news about UnPub. Spoiler. Oh, and Richard Launius. Lots of Richard Launius. Credits: Play button by Gregor Cresnar from…
 
Alex Young is a Graphic Designer and Co-Founder of Team Pomelo Games, Co-Creator of the upcoming Pretty Princess Pomelo card game. Team Pomelo Games was formed by Alex Young, Morgan Parker and Nicholas Egalon who have been lifelong fans of Anime and avid gamers. Combining their complementary skill sets, love of games and a mission to enter into the…
 
Director and CEO of ACMI, Katrina Sedgewick joins Richard to talk about the launch of a new gallery in 2021. After ACMI’s closure in 2019 and subsequent 40 million dollar renovation of the new gallery. Richard is also joined by Craft Victoria director, Bryony Nainby to discuss Craft Contemporary, a new festival exploring how craft is evolving in th…
 
Aaron Wilson and Ian Zang, co-founders of Gravitation Games, joined me to talk about their new publishing venture. We explored the kinds of games that they want to publish and what kind of challenges they expect as brand new publishers. Credit: Earth and moon created by Florent B at noun project.By Who, What, Why?
 
Dustin Schwartz, rulebook editor extraordinaire, joined me to talk about editing rulebooks. We explored how he began and where he hopes to go with his editing career. Dustin even had a chance to let off some steam about rulebook pet peeves. W3 is a place for rants. Credits: Icon created by Made from Noun Project…
 
Here with our bonus monthly episode ....okay, so we haven't done a monthly ketchup since March. It's been 2020, you understand of course. So, we wanted to do a special Ketchup episode where we talk about our journey through the year. It's not an episode for a lot of people because we kind of talk about games very little. We talk about the stress of…
 
Noah is the founder and President of Game Trayz. Game Trayz is the industry leader in custom board game inserts. Their inserts are featured in popular games such as The Grimm Forest, Parks, Wingspan, Vindication, My Little Scythe - to name a few. They have recently launched a line of X-Trayz which come in several designs and can be used to store co…
 
Juraj Bilic, designer of Machina Arcana, joined me to talk about the final chapter in his adventure game that has spanned the last 7 years. We talked about the inspirations for Machina Arcana, gaming and design in Croatia, and what the final chapters will bring. We even referenced Adrenaline designer, Filip Neduk. Credits: Cthulhu by Studio Fibonac…
 
Tim Eisner has been designing boardgames for the last 8 years. His design credits include Grimm Forest, Tidal Blades, March of the Ants, Wonderland's War, Aquicorn Cove and more. As a game designer, he draws on skills learned in previous experiences including jewelry crafting, preschool teacher, improvisational theatre and juggling. Tim founded Wei…
 
Ready to live a BIG LIFE? This inspirational PEP TALK will motivate you to give yourself permission to step out, step up, and shine your light! Visit https://gumroad.com/l/TEwyh for info on Turbo-Charge Your Life: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times and Create Something Awesome! Subscribe to my YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/BobBaker I use…
 
Tai Snaith joins Richard for the visual arts review segment Art Attack to review Jamie O'Connell's Love Saves the Day. A poetic, simple, sort of strange but ephemeral exhibition on until the 7th of November at Neon Parc Gallery. Also, Senior Curator at the National Gallery of Victoria Ted Gott talks to Richard about Don’t Leave Me This Way: Art in …
 
We have a special guest on the podcast this week! Tina from Cotton Candy Cyanide, an Australian developer that has just released her first game under the brand - Quantum Suicide. It's a very, very good game, full of Danganronpa-style drama and with a healthy dose of fan service, so this week we chat with her about the game, its development, and wha…
 
In this episode, Liz interviews Professor Christienne Hinz about her entirely gamified World History course, in which teams of students begin as hunter-gatherers and ultimately build and analyze their own societies. You can also read about Prof. Hinz's course at https://gamingworldhistory.com/ All episodes of my podcast are available here: https://…
 
Chris interview Tony Miller, designer of Weird Giraffe's Fire in the Library and the upcoming Kabuto Sumo being published by BoardGameTables.com. We discuss the incredible story of how this game came into existence and became an instant hit with everyone who saw it. We also discuss the upcoming New Mill Industries and The Science and Seance Society…
 
Randy Flynn, designer of Cascadia, joined me to talk about his game. We talked a lot about the design behind the goal cards and how intricate those were to driving player decisions. We focused on what keeps a player engaged with a game because it's so crucial to making sure players play it again and again.…
 
Salvador Briggman founded the popular blog, CrowdCrux, which has been cited by the New York Times, The Wallstreet Journal, Forbes, CNN, and more. He has written ten books, including the Kickstarter Launch Formula. He is a YouTuber, Podcaster, and owns several websites about crowdfunding, like KickstarterForum.org. He's dedicated to unearthing and t…
 
Literary Manager of Australian Plays, John Kachoyan joins Richard to discuss the launch of the NIMROD 50 Collection. An extensive and exciting collection of previously unpublished or out of print works to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Nimrod Street Theatre Company. Richard is also joined by playwright and assistant lecturer at Monash Univer…
 
In a hot and sweaty episode of House Rule the boys are back to delve deeper into all things board games...and probably get lost along the way. In this episode the team looks at the games that first got them into board gaming. Fog of Love and why you won't be seeing a video on it any time soon. Board games that use apps, are they good, are they bad,…
 
In this episode, Liz interviews Natalia Wojtowicz, a wargame designer and author of the book Wargaming Experiences. Natalia has worked for NATO, and is now a lecturer at the Hague University of Applied Sciences. She can be found on Twitter as @Wojtowicz_N or at her website, https://www.wargamingexperiences.com/ All episodes of my podcast are availa…
 
So many amazing peeps joined me to talk about prototyping best practices: Emma Larkins, Julio Nazario, John Brieger, and Rory Muldoon. This is an episode filled with an incredible amount of knowledge. Make the proto you're thinking of. And keep making it when it doesn't work. Credit: prototype by Eucalyp from the Noun Project…
 
Gallery Director of No Vacancy, Hayley Hanes joins Richard to discuss the online exhibition Still Life. Featuring works from over sixty artists, the exhibition is inspired by objects that provide comfort and stillness of mind. Ace Wagstaff returns for his fortnightly Art Attack segment, reviewing Tom Civil’s Sparks exhibition on until September 20t…
 
Tom Knauss, designer of Tehautl from Frog God Games, joined me to talk about the process of building a world for a culture that isn't well-represented in RPGs. We discussed the ways in which Frog God ensured the world felt new and fresh without falling into stereotypes that often plagued RPGs in the past. The campaign setting is on Kickstarter now …
 
In this episode, Liz interviews Ben Maddox of Five Games for Doomsday about reviewing board games, giving negative reviews, and taking games seriously as art. Find Ben at https://fivegamesfordoomsday.com/ All episodes of my podcast are available here: https://beyondsolitaire.buzzsprout.com/ Enjoy my work? Consider getting me a "coffee" on Ko-fi! ht…
 
Takeo Yamada, designer of Amalfi, joined me to talk about his game, its influences, and his process for designing it. We explored the intricacies of the mechanisms and how they work together to create an unique take on a well-worn genre of games. Amalfi is a cool hybrid of a German-style game from a Japanese perspective. Credit: Ship by Eucalyp fro…
 
Rory Muldoon, designer of Skora and graphic designer, joined me to talk about the game and its creation. We also talked about his self-imposed role as art director for his games and why it was important to him to be involved on the artwork side of his games. You can find Skora wherever all fine games are sold. Credits: Fish by Ikipoh from the Noun …
 
Assistant Director of Curatorial and Audience Engagement at the NGV, Donna McColm joins Richard to talk about the announcement of Melbourne Now 2023, a massive free exhibition of art, design, and performance that celebrates Victoria’s creativity. The NGV hopes the exhibition will reignite the state’s creative spark and give the population something…
 
As a bonus episode we owe our listeners, we're following through with our promise to review the Star Wars sequel trilogy. Since it ended up being very long. Veeery long. So, we split it into three parts. A "trilogy" one might call it. There WILL be spoilers for each film, so listen at your own discretion. Hope you enjoy as we discuss the Force Awak…
 
It's time to discuss the conclusion to the entire Star Wars saga! Until they release Season 2 of the Mandalorian, and everybody forgets what happened in this movie to make Baby Yoda chicken nugget memes. But until then, this is what we have to discuss, so let's do it. The final, epic, and long conclusion to our review of the Star Wars sequel trilog…
 
In this episode, Liz interviews Robert Domaingue, a Foreign Service Officer and expert in adult education, about the importance of gaming for both education in general and for diplomatic training. All episodes of my podcast are available here: https://beyondsolitaire.buzzsprout.com/ Enjoy my work? Consider getting me a "coffee" on Ko-fi! https://ko…
 
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