Welcome back to breakfast with Luke Laurie, designer of Dwellings of Eldervale and many others, and Peter Vaughan, founder of Cardboard Alchemy. We are at Peter’s Cafe in Millbrae, California. Mostly because Luke thought it was funny. The KublaCon convention has wound down in the San Francisco Bay area, and we are talking about legos, …
Welcome back to a most glorious dinner with prolific board game designer Daryl Andrews. We are currently knee deep in a “Seafood Tower,” a gluttonous stack of shellfish, simply challenging us to dive ever deeper. Oh, and we are talking about board games. Between bites.
Welcome back to dinner with Christian T. Petersen, founder of Fantasy Flight Games, designer of Twilight Imperium, and a pretty goofy dude. Dinner is winding down, the plates have been cleared, and negotiations over coffee are about to commence.
Welcome to the final bites of my dinner with Dominion designer Donald X Vaccarino. We had an amazing meal and chat at Ole’s Waffle Shop, and now we are dragging our reluctant but well fed bodies back to the car, enjoying the cool Alameda night air.
Welcome back to dinner with Dominion designer, Donald X Vaccarino. We are lounging through a nice meal at Ole’s Waffle House, and Donald X is talking through some history on Dominion.
And now, it is sadly time for the last segment of my interview with tabletop game designer, video game designer, philosopher, Tim Fowers. We are both happily full, I am reasonably caffeinated, and the welcome warmth of the Utah sun lures me to ramble in streams of semi-consciousness.
Welcome back to my breakfast with Tim Fowers, video game designer, board game creator, and all around smart guy. Reviewing the breakfast chatter thus far, a couple things really jump out, most notably that Tim is much, much more mentally capable than I this morning. I am going to waffle and say he is better …
Welcome back to dinner with designers, featuring the original renaissance man, Ryan Laukat. Entrees have been eaten, the appetizers assimilated, and dessert is about to be devoured. In this segment, we talk about publishing with big box stores, repurposing board game mechanisms, and some early changes made to the epic Sleeping Gods. Plus, coffee.
Welcome to the final installment of virtual dinner with Geoff Engelstein. I cannot think of someone more learned about board game design, and being able to just chat is really a dream come true. I mean, this guy literally wrote the book on board games. Today we touch on his books, as well as some …