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Who, What, Why presents our twenty-fifth episode of Designing Games with Game Designers featuring Chris Kirkman, founder of Dice Hate Me Games. Chris is currently the director of game development for Greater Than Games now that his company has merged with GTG. In this episode we asked Chris to design a game based on Wrecking Crew, an old NES game from 1985.

This episode features an advertisement from my friends at Game and a Curry and their Hangover on August 20th in Allentown, PA. Click for more info: Hangover

There is an issue with the audio on my end because of a fan in the background (our #1 fan!). I did my best to reduce its impact.

Direct download: 25_W3_E25_Designing_Games_with_Chris_Kirkman.mp3
Category:Designing Games -- posted at: 8:57pm EST



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On Who, What, Why? we discuss game design with game designers and try to learn more about the game design process from the people who design games. Each episode we interview a designer of card games, board games, role playing games, or video games. We have both mainstream and independent developers as guests.

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