Q&A: Luke Laurie – A Journey Into Game Design

Q&A: Luke Laurie – A Journey Into Game Design

Luke Laurie started small with his first game Stones of Fate launched on Kickstarter by indie publisher Wombat Games. He then leveraged that experience and…

Q&A: Paul Peterson – Pitching Games at Origins

Q&A: Paul Peterson – Pitching Games at Origins

Paul Peterson who designed for Wizards of the Coast, created hits like Guillotine and Smash Up, and worked in digital with Zynga and PopCap started…

The Long Winding Journey of Whistle Stop

The Long Winding Journey of Whistle Stop

A couple weeks ago, Bezier Games, finally announced the publication of my game, Whistle Stop, a tile-laying, pick-up-and-deliver train game, which will be released at…

Where in Gen Con is the League of Gamemakers – 2016 Edition

Where in Gen Con is the League of Gamemakers – 2016 Edition

And now for our annual Gen Con where is everyone post … This year’s Gen Con promises to be a lot of fun yet again….

Selling Yourself

Selling Yourself

The following is a guest post from Jason Kotarski – a designer with games published by Dice Hate Me Games, Crash Games, and White Goblin…

Cutthroat Kingdoms Goes to Gen Con

Cutthroat Kingdoms Goes to Gen Con

Introduction by Luke Laurie: I first met Bryan Merlonghi at Protospiel San Jose, held at the Santa Clara Game Kastle, where he was running packed…

The League Rundown: May

The League Rundown: May

What was your primary project this month? What game is hot for you right now?

Publish, Pitch, or Get Off the Pot

Publish, Pitch, or Get Off the Pot

Cool Table, Rocket Cats in Space, The Candyman Can, Camp Friendship, BEARanoia… I’ve been designing games for the past three years – and some of…

Public Speaking for the Game Designer

Public Speaking for the Game Designer

If you want to get your game design out of your basement and into the real world, you will at some point need to speak…

Pitch SLAP Your Game to a Customer

Pitch SLAP Your Game to a Customer

Guest Post by Frank Zazanis. Frank is a designer and publisher in Southern California. Check out his company website: General Nonsense Games and be sure…

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