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Hannah Shaffer and Evan Rowland
Design Doc
Welcome to Design Doc, a podcast documenting the process of analog game design. Game designers guide you through their process from concept to product.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 19 ratings
YES
Love listening to these two creative, sensitive geniuses talk through their lives, their process and how it so often relates to our society. I’m actually a video game developer and came across this thinking it would also be about the digital realm of games. I don’t even particularly love...Read full review »
Amanda6486 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/17/21
This podcast sells itself as documenting the design of a tabletop roleplaying game, and it does do that. But what it also does is document being a game designer. Sometimes you get stuck, sometimes you latch onto an aesthetic word and come up with what it means later, sometimes you start a new...Read full review »
dwdellinger via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/17/21
Interesting
It’s really cool to see the mechanics behind the brains behind the mechanics of games. I came to this podcast after hearing about the game from Character Creation Cast. Hearing that small amount of game play was a hook for me. It would be really cool to hear more game play here and there. I’m...Read full review »
Kaos Nyx via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/17/20
Recent Episodes
We've had seven years to think of a good pitch for our game. Now, we're Kickstarting Questlandia again, and we're finally figuring out the pitch that feels right.
Published 10/19/21
We haven't had a deadlined project in a minute. But now it's time for a deadlined project again... How do we incorporate that work without letting un-deadlined projects slide? How does anyone not just fill the negative space?
Published 09/24/21
We just finished a year-long project, and have a little time to plan our next steps! The work of what happens in-between is just as important as the work of making a new game. We brainstorm about future projects, how to sell the books we've already made, and making a new company and new website.
Published 08/31/21
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