Cardboard Architects Podcast #1 Getting Started

Joe Brogno (@thebluemuzzy) and I have started our own podcast. We are going to be looking at the world of games through the eyes of designers. We want to help designers with tips and trick we have learned along the way. We want to talk about the importance of games and what they have to offer to gamers and non-gamers. We want to talk to other designers about their games and provide concrete examples of what the design and development phase of a game sounds like. We might even review some games from a designer’s point of view. All that, and we might even talk about the games we are working on. All of this in 1d6 plus 15 min! Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the show!

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Note: We are working on getting this to itunes and Stitcher. As soon as we are live on both we will let you all know.

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5 comments on “Cardboard Architects Podcast #1 Getting Started
  1. Scott Duncan says:

    Congratulations on starting this podcast. I’d love to talk about this at our next opportunity.

  2. […] I was listening to an episode of the Cardboard Architects Podcast where Joe and Chris discussed whether, as designers, they built their games around mechanics or […]

  3. […] first became acquainted with Mars 4:45 through one of my favorite podcasts: the Cardboard Architects. One of the designers of Mars 4:45, Chris Renshall along with another game designer, Joe Brogno […]

  4. […] to playtest one of his designs with him. Now, you have to understand, I’m a HUGE fan of the CBA podcast, so getting a chance to play a game with Joe was a […]

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