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Dice Tower Network Podcast: Ludology
Scott Rogers is back with another Biography of a Board Game, this time focusing on Scrabble!
KWYJIBO for the win!
Gil and Geoff are thrilled to welcome Raph Koster, author of A Theory of Fun, and video game designer. We talk about a wide range of topics, include MMOs, keeping players engaged, emotions in games, and, of course, fun.
In this classic GameTek, Geoff talks about the Prisoner's Dilemma facing Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri.
Gil and Geoff talk about designing low-interaction games. Sometimes you just want to work on your own little corner of the world - and some players prefer that. What are techniques create engaging experiences without conflict?
A sweet surprise! Biography of a Board Game takes a look at Candyland.
Gil and Geoff are joined by Stephen Buonocore from Stronghold Games to discuss the state of the board game industry as we enter 2018.
Geoff has an insight about how game structure can keep players engaged, and is excited to share.
In this classic GameTek, Geoff talks about how we are really bad at telling how good we really are.
Gil and Geoff are delighted to welcome Tim Fowers to discuss player psychology, and how that can be leveraged by game designers.
Tim is the designer of Burgle Bros, Paperback, and more, and the owner of Fowers Games, which publishes his titles.