Interviews

Crazy Eights: John Coveyou on Cytosis: A Cell Biology Board Game

by 2 days ago

It seems like conquering the world, trading in the Mediterranean, and exploring dungeons are themes that perpetuate the board gaming world.  Sometimes a game has such a unique theme that …

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Happily ever after: Causal Bit Games CEO on Battle Princess Madelyn

by 3 days ago

Smashing its original goal of $60,000 CAD in just five days, Causal Bit Games has created a successful Kickstarter for its upcoming game Battle Princess Madelyn. We talk with Creative …

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Hidden gems: Douglas Bogart on Limited Run Games, Battle Princess Madelyn

by 6 days ago

The Kickstarter for Battle Princess Madelyn is underway, and the publisher Limited Run Games has announced that it will provide physical PC and PlayStation 4 versions of the game for certain reward tiers. We …

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Crazy Eights: Todd Rowland on Thunderstone Quest

by 2 weeks ago

If you've played Thunderstone or Thunderstone Advanced, then you know that they are deck building games with a heavy fantasy dungeon crawling theme.  It became the second deck building game …

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Crazy Eights: Weta Workshop on Giant Killer Robots: Heavy Hitters!

by 2 weeks ago

When I was at Origins at the Cryptozoic booth, I saw a giant mech statue.  While awaiting my appointment I started talking with someone who was very excited to tell me …

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Q&A with Survios Design Director Mike McTyre for VR shooter Raw Data

by 3 weeks ago

We sat down with Mike McTyre, Design Director of Survios for a quick Q&A on their smash hit Early Access VR title, Raw Data.  GDC has spelled some great announcements …

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Crazy Eights: Ian Schofield on Ravage – Dungeons of Plunder

by 3 weeks ago

It seems like dungeon crawlers are trying to outdo themselves with bigger and more detailed figures.  However, Ravage - Dungeons of Plunder takes a couple of new approaches.  The first …

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Realism in the Unreal: Song of Swords Developers on Historical Accuracy in Game Design

by 4 weeks ago

Song of Swords is a tabletop RPG currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. It prides itself as a historically accurate medieval combat game, with extensive sets of arms, armor, and maneuvers. …

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Blast from the past: Kevin Giguère on Arelite Core development

by 2 months ago

Five years into development, Dragon Slumber is set to release Arelite Core on Steam this week. We got to talk with the Kevin Giguère about the game and its development, …

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Crazy Eights: Jonny Hinkle on Battle for the Universe

by 2 months ago

Games based on comic books have come a long way, with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shadows of the Past, the DC Deckbuilding Game, and Marvel Legendary becoming hits.  However, it's …

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Crazy Eights: Tony Chen on Iberian Rails

by 3 months ago

Board games use the theme of trains often.  From Ticket to Ride to Steam, riding the rails or building a rail empire bring gamers to the table often.  Now Iberian …

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C&C creator Louis Castle interview – War Commander: Rogue Assault

by 3 months ago

If you are an old dirt farmer like me, you pumped countless hours into the Command & Conquer games.  Series creator Louis Castle remembers and wants to bring that experience …

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