Day 6 interviews is about Thinking Outside the Board Game Box. Today, the interviews are with Kathleen Mercury, a game designer and teacher who uses board games in her class, AJ Brandon, a game store owner who runs a podcast, and Sen-Foong Lim, a game designer who talks about contracts with publishers.
Peter Hayward talks about play testing. Daryl Andrews talk about working the conventions. Eric Slauson discuss designing social and party games with high player count.
The Board Game/Tabletop industry has a reputation of being mostly made up of white males. However, you would be surprised there is diversity in the board game industry and it is growing.
We are still in pandemic and though people are venturing out more, most of us are staying at home. That is why I am bringing out some more games to play with close ones during your self-quarantine.
Don’t fret! I compiled a list of great board games to play to pass the time. Some games are cooperative so you work together and learn to tolerate each other better. Other games are competitive, but not the type of competitive game that makes you angry at other players. The gameplay itself is so fun that you don’t mind if you lose.
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