Interview

CGD Podcast Episode 24 – Execution and Single-Player Games, with Frank Lantz

Today we have another episode with Frank Lantz, game designer, writer, and Director of the NYU Game Center. Today’s show involved two major topics: execution, and my seemingly crazy idea about how single-player should probably be the “default” number of players for a strategy game (something I’m going to be writing an article about soon). …

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CGD Podcast Episode 23 – “On Games At the Games”, A Conversation with Frank Lantz

This week I had a great conversation with NYU Game Center director Frank Lantz about randomness and general game design philosophy. We meant to get to three other topics – execution, reading and improvisation, but not all-that-surprisingly, we never got there in the 70+ minutes of this episode. Mentioned in this episode: Frank’s “Against Design” …

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The Clockwork Game Design Podcast: Episode 11 – Good Formalism with Charles Pratt

Today’s episode features an hour-long discussion with game designer at NYU Game Center teacher Charles Pratt. Charles and I met at the Practice conference and had some good discussions, and I think our perspectives live at that rare place where they’re not too different so that we can’t communicate, but they’re also not so similar …

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Universidad Europa Interview

Just thought I’d let people know that I was interviewed by Universidad Europa’s game design program via Skype last year.  The questions are in Spanish, but you can kind of get at what’s being asked by my answers.  Take a look!