Cardboard Architects Ep. #32 Designer Hot Seat #4

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!

Episode Thirty – Two

Chris takes his turn in the newest version of the Designer Hot Seat Challenge

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Cardboard Architects Interview #22 David Harris

David Harris joins us to talk game design.

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Cardboard Architects Ep. #31 Designer Hot Seat Challenge #3

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!

Episode Thirty – One

Joe is in the hot seat for today’s Designer Hot Seat Challenge!

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Cardboard Architects Interview #21 Robert Hornbek

Robert Hornbek (@rhornbek) joins us to talk about Board Game Brigade.

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Cardboard Architects Ep. #30 Chris & Joe Hangout….In-Person!

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!

Episode Thirty

Chris and Joe don’t live close to each other but we do get together to play games once in a while. Today, we talk about our most recent game day and talk some designer stuff too.

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Cardboard Architects Ep. #29 Time is Not Aplenty

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!

Episode Twenty – Nine

Chris and Joe talk about cutting time from their games.

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Cardboard Architects Interview #20 Chris Handy

Chris Handy joins us to talk about Pack o’ Games Set 2.

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