In this episode I talk with Chad DeShon who is the designer behind On Tour, which is a roll-and-write game where you’re a band touring across the United States, and he’s also the creator of BoardGameTables.com. He educates us about his mini-podcast and why email is one of the best marketing channels out there.
On the show I talk with Adi Slepack and Liz Roche who are the designers behind Someone Has Died which is an improvisational party game. We also talk about improv games and the benefits and challenges of co-designing.
In this episode, we’re going to be talking with Alec Nezin, who is the designer behind Forsaken Forest, which is a cross between Magic the Gathering and Werewolf. So I’m super excited to hear about how he designed it.
Today we’re going to be talking with Daniel George, who is the designer behind Treasure Mountain, which is a worker placement and tile laying game where you play dwarf miners! Daniel shares his love of dwarves and all things game related with us.
In this episode we’re going to talk to Dan Grek who is the designer behind Itty Bitty Dungeon Delve, which is 18-card microgame for two players where you explore a dungeon and level up. Dan also shares his favorite tools & events.
In this episode, we’re going to talk with Rob Cramer who is the designer behind Turbo Drift, which is an 18-card racing micro game and it’s one of my favorite games. We’re going to talk about how he designed it and other games he wants to design.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode ZERO of the Indie Board Game Designers podcast! I created this podcast because I’m an aspiring game designer and…