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Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences
The AIAS Game Maker's Notebook
A series of in-depth conversations between video game makers on the business and craft of interactive entertainment, exploring the core tenants of D.I.C.E. (Design. Innovate. Communicate. Entertain.) Hosted by Ted Price from Insomniac Games, Robin Hunicke from Funomena, and Composer Austin Wintory.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 211 ratings
An In-Depth Look
A great look at the industry from several sides. My personal favorites are Austin's interviews with fellow composers, but really, the whole show is just phenomenal.Read full review »
Bedroth via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/20/20
Solid podcast about the games industry. Quality varies depending on the guest but overall really interesting.
Zonejeu via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 11/06/19
Love the format of this podcast, keep it going. Learn a lot from it.
DannyBe via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 10/25/18
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