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The best recorded panels and seminars about analog game design and publishing

RPG Design Panelcast Jason Pitre

    • Games
    • 4.4 • 17 Ratings

The best recorded panels and seminars about analog game design and publishing

    Episode 265 - The Cutting Edge RPG Panel

    Episode 265 - The Cutting Edge RPG Panel

    Recorded at GenCon Online 2020
    Presented by Jason Walters, Pamela Punzalan, Wilson Zorn, and Maurice Poplar.
    Indie Press Revolution hosted this excellent discussion on the ideas and games at the forefront of modern RPG Design in the year 2020, during this special panel at GenCon Online.
    Pamela Punzalan - https://thedovetailor.itch.io/https://twitter.com/TheDovetailor
    Wilson Zorn - https://twitter.com/zornwil
    Maurice Poplar - https://twitter.com/MauricePoplar

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 264 - Queer Game Designers

    Episode 264 - Queer Game Designers

    Recorded at GenCon Online 2020
    Presented by AC, Kira Magrann, Wilson Zorn, Jay Dragon, and Lucian Khan.
     
    Streamed live for Gen Con Online 2020. You can find games from all these creators on IPR's website, linked below!
    https://www.indiepressrevolution.com/...
    Find Kira Magrann at - https://twitter.com/Kiranansihttps://kiramagrann.itch.io/
    Find Wilson Zorn at - https://twitter.com/zornwil
    Find Jay Dragon at -https://twitter.com/jdragsky
    https://jdragsky.itch.io/
     
    Find Lucian Kahn at - https://twitter.com/oh_theogony
    https://necromancy.itch.io/
     

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 263 - Games in Education

    Episode 263 - Games in Education

    Recorded at Metatopia 2019
    Presented by Jennifer Gutterman, Shawn Roske, Tim Blank.
    Are you an educator wanting to gamify your classroom? Are you building a traditional education game? Do you want your game to be fun but also teach the players about something? This is where we can discuss ideas, workflows, deployments and examples of games in education, gamification in the classroom or building games that teach.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 262 - Design Considerations for Card Games

    Episode 262 - Design Considerations for Card Games

    Recorded at Metatopia 2019
    Presented by Tim Rodriguez & Beth Rimmels.
    Card games are a classic design model that have already expressed innumerable possibilities. We'll talk about classic styles of decks, iterations on classic games, alternate formats, the mathematics of card games, and why we all love them. We'll also consider and critique ideas and concepts and talk about why or why not to choose this design format.

    • 57 min
    Epsiode 261 - Updating Cyberpunk

    Epsiode 261 - Updating Cyberpunk

    Recorded at Metatopia 2020
    Presented by Dexter Duckworth, Elsa Sjunneson.
    The Distant Future, the Year 2000: Updating Cyberpunk for the 21st Century. The hard-hitting themes of social inequality and corporate exploitation found in cyberpunk are as relevant now as they were in the 80's, but not everything in the genre has stood the test of time. This panel will dive into how both the technologies and sensibilities found in cyberpunk can be updated in order to design games that are timely and inclusive.

    • 54 min
    Episode 260 - Paying it Forward and Supporting Diverse Creators

    Episode 260 - Paying it Forward and Supporting Diverse Creators

    Recorded at Metatopia 2019
    Presented by Jason Pitre, Cat Tobin, Amanda Valentine, Lauren McMannon, Camdon Wright.
    Everyone should have a chance to create and publish games. Unfortunately, there are many structural barriers keeping unrepresented voices from coming to the table. In this roundtable discussion, our panelists discuss ways that established publishers can support new voices through information, promotion, funding, and education.

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

ConcreteDog ,

Great panels

Hope you can keep up the feed. I'm really learning a lot. Thanks!

Jim Likes Games ,

Service Journalism for Tabletop RPG Creators

Jason has compiled a far-reaching and inclusive selection of seminars and panels from both well-known creatives and subject experts richly deserving of broader recognition. If you have any interest at all in independent RPG design, creation, marketing, and/or sales, this is a jaw-droppingly rich resource.

The fact that it’s received several troll reviews from the ‘Keep politics out of games’ losers tells you all you need to know about the good work this show is doing.

jtspgs ,

Alt-Left Views On RPGs

What they don't tell you is this is extreme liberal view points on how RPGs should be made and ran. for exsample. In one episode, they talked about how games should handle women "monthly problems". In another they spoke on how RPGs should never let any player play a bad guy becuase it might qutoe "trigger" someone. In another episode, they spoke about how male players should never over play female players and so on. you get the idea. Needles to say they inject politicals talking points and Alt-Left views into what should be a neutral zone. Gaming should be a area where everyone can come together and have fun, Not about worrying that my Darwf preist will trigger some Half-Orc Paladin becuase he complamented a lady's dress. (yes they have used exsamples like this and said they are problematic). I gave it a fair shake as i do all podcast, but after 10 episodes of all being the same, yeah it's not my type. now you know.

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