This week, Rohit of GamersPlane shares his experience crafting a dedicated play-by-post space online, and how these games are different and often advantageous to their in-person counterparts. PbP games are a unique experience, and we take a look at how that happens.
This episode features Nolan T Jones. Nolan is one of the founding members of roll20, the world’s largest online tabletop platform. During this interview with talk about the genesis of roll20, the early days of kickstarter, and anime, oh so much anime.
James invites Alex Manich, Alex Nichols, and John Mahoney to pretend to be the least qualified candidate in American history.
IN WHICH EVERYONE ADVANCES THE PLOT
What do game design and education design have to say to each other? How about larp and VR? Larpwright and academic Evan Torner joins us to talk uncertainty, ideology, transparency, and other fun things hiding in your games.
With “An Incident” back at Troutfit the hard part is over. Or it should be anyway.
This week we’re basically a Sailor Moon fan podcast, thanks to the creative team behind Beautiful Senshi Hearts, a magical girl spin on Monster Hearts. Josh Kronegold, Anne Ratchat, and James (JC) Holder talk about their game and the magical girl genre. Special guest Lisa Padol.
This episode features Jason Pitre, an origins award winning game designer that has made games like The Spark RPG, Sig: The City Between, and Pasthuman Pathways. During this interview we talk about how he got into game design, trying to find an artistic voice, and the politeness of being a Canadian.
Things heat up as The Moths must guide An Incident through the rotting corpse of a high school to find musical instruments. At the same time they must avoid the hordes of walking rotting corpses within.
Lyn and Tryst take the kids on a field trip through Tlön, while the rest of the crew puts off their exciting heist for as long as possible.