I participated in The Roll-and-Write Game Jam and I share my experience every day of the jam. Hear me go from some really bad ideas to a complete game in 10 days.
Indie Board Game Designers Podcast Posts
Gil Hova is a designer and publisher. We talk about: ferrets, the history of board games after World War II, & what conventions you should attend.
Patrick Rauland: Hey everyone, this is Patrick here before the intro to the episode. We had some audio issues. We had backups, and even the backups partially failed. So I’m missing the last six minutes of this podcast. Somehow I lost 12 minutes from the main recording and six minutes from the backup. I have no idea how that happened, but it did.
So I talked to the guest, and the guest said to post it anyways, because the vast majority of the episode is there. So that’s what I’m going to go ahead and do, and I will try to fill you in at the end with a few more details. So again, sorry about the audio issues, and on to the episode.
Patrick Rauland: Hello everyone and welcome to the Indie Board Game Designers podcast, where I sit down with a different independent game designer every single week to talk about their experience in game design and the lessons they learned along the way. My name is Patrick Rauland, and today we’re going to be talking with someone that I met at Origins over a month ago. He is the designer behind What’s For Dinner? So, David, David Lee, welcome to the show.
Patrick Rauland: Hello everyone and welcome to the Indie Board Game Designers podcast. My name is Patrick Rauland and today we’re going to be talking with MaryMartha Ford-Dieng?
MaryMartha Ford-Dieng: Yes, Ford-Dieng.
Patrick Rauland: All right. Who is the designer of the Ultimate Clap Back, which is a party game all about comeback. So MaryMartha, welcome to the show.
Patrick Rauland: Hello everyone, and welcome to the Indie Board Game Designers podcast. My name is Patrick Rauland, and today we have a very special guest. We are talking with Jenn Sandercock who is publishing a cookbook with edible games, which I think sounds really cool. Jenn, welcome to the show.
Jenn Sandercock: Thank you.
How Did You Get Into Cooking?
Patrick Rauland: Normally I ask people how did you get into board games, but in your case, how did you get into cooking?
Jenn Sandercock: I guess it was just something that I’ve always been interested in. Partly because I really like dessert. And I think there was this point one time, I came home from school and I wanted to eat something, like a cookie or something, and I realized that we didn’t have any in the house, but I could make some. And so I did.
I just spent the past 2 months finding an illustrator. Learn how:
Where to find illustrators
How to get test illustrations
How you can pay for illustrations
Victoria Caña & Alex Uboldi tell us about their new card game Gladius where you train & bet on gladiators. They also share their favorite conferences and what they’d change in some popular games.
Learn how Kim McGrigg fulfilled her Not A Problem game. As well as the troubles she had with customs and she best $3 she spent to help her sell games.
Joseph Limbaugh can fit an entire game on one postcard! And he’s done it multiple times. Listen to his process and learn what a grognard is.