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  1. Garrett’s Games 667: Tony Boydell on Game Design and his Top 10 | Garrett’s Games and Geekiness | BoardGameGeek


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  2. The State of Games, Ep. 150 – The One About Going Back to the Well | Dice Hate Me

    Chris, Darrell, TC, and guest Seth Jaffee talk special editions


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  3. It’s DATENIGHT Episode 11 – The Fox in the Forest | Boards Alive

    It’s DATENIGHT Episode 11 – The Fox in the Forest Direct Download or Media Player or RSS Feed It’s DATENIGHT! The podcast where a wife and her husband talk about the games they play on date nights. We focus on games that are great for 2 players. Each episode is short and sweet, just the way you like it,…


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  4. The State of Games, Ep. 148: The One About Unpub 8 | Dice Hate Me

    The lowdown on the 8th annual Unpublished Games Festival!


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  5. The 20 Minutes of Filler Podcast - Episode 83, Tasty Games

    Jason and Jake chat about tasteful little games like The Fox in the Forest, Illimat, and Yummy World Party at Picnic Palace Card Game.


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  6. Game Designers of North Carolina Podcast - Episode 33: Stretching Your Boundaries

    Mark McGee (@mmark40) and Josh Mills (@joshuajmills) join Matt Wolfe (@mattwolfe) to talk about stretching your boundaries in game design.

    1:13 - What’s in the Oven?

    3:54 - Main topic: Stret…


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  7. Legal Moves - Running an indie tabletop game company with Ben Harkins of Floodgate Games

    In this episode, I get to discuss a number of issues related to running an indie tabletop game company with Ben Harkins of Floodgate Games. Designing your own games and publishing other designers’ …


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  8. The Die Is Podcast : Episode 99b: Replayability

    In this episode, we examine the concept of "replayability." What makes us want to play some games over and over, even if they are incredibly simple, while even some complex, good games we never return to after just a couple of plays. What does the depth or breadth of a game have to do with it? Does complexity have any relationship? What games are the most replayable? "Replayability" - 01:07 Why replay games? - 11:58 What makes a game especially replayable? - 17:01 Sidebar: RPG Replayability - 32:01 Complex and shallow vs. Simple and deep - 38:27 "Closed-scope" Games - 50:55 Most Replayable Games - 64:28 Closing and Contact Info - 76:11


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  9. The State of Games, Ep. 127: The One About Intelligent Design | Dice Hate Me

    Down the rabbit hole of game design and geekery!


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  10. Dukes of Dice - Patreon Interviews 12 - Scott Gaeta (Renegade Game Studios) - The Dukes of Dice

    Click here for a direct download!Thanks to all of our awesome Patreon supporters, the Dukes are able to bring you additional interviews of publishers, designers and board game media personality.This episode, Alex sits down with Scott Gaeta, founder of Renegade Game Studios, publisher of Clank!, Gravwell, Lanterns and more! The two discuss Renegade’s meteoric rise this last year and the ins and outs of board game publishing!Please be sure to support the Dukes on their Patreon campaign page!The Dukes have been nominated for the 2016 Golden Geek Awards for Best Board Game Podcast! Click below to vote!Twitter: @dukesofdice

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