ClockWise Games is a show about two pals trying to create a board game. Follow along as Corey Lang and Billy Rouse attempt to take a game idea from brainstorming to kickstarter and beyond. Each week we will discuss a new part of the design process we are currently involved in. We will cover everything from brainstorming to testing to producing a game. And, of course, there will be a lot of general tabletop talk as well.
Talking ClockWise Season 02: Episode 04: Talking Card Games and Grass Roots with Jake Medina
In which Corey and Billy are joined by Jake Medina, the co-owner of Existence Games and co-creator of the Exodus Trading Card Game. Join us as Jake tells us all about his journey in creating and marketing the Exodus Trading Card Game.
Talking ClockWise Season 02 Episode 03: Talking Tone
In which Corey and Billy talk about how and why the tone of your board game is important.
Talking ClockWise Season 02 Episode 02: Talking Motivation
In which Corey and Billy make another effort to talk about keeping motivated as an indie designer, or any creative person. Also, join us as we test out a new segment - Design Improv!
Talking ClockWise Season 02 Episode 01: Talking Freelance Illustration with Andrea Radeck
In which Billy and Corey are joined by illustrator Andrea Radeck. Join us as Andrea tells us about kickstarter, social media, and how to make it as an independent illustrator.
Talking ClockWise Season 2: Episode 00 - Talking Transitions
In Which Corey and Billy begin season 2 of Talking ClockWise - and ClockWise Studios in general. Listen in as we discuss what we did at Gen Con and how it's leading to big changes for the company.
Talking with Q-Workshop and Following Through
In which Q-Workshop answers a couple questions for us and we talk about following through on ideas.
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Right Up My Alley
The guys in this show are just goofy enough to make me believe them when they say anyone can do something like this. It's really cool that it's just the two of them. Keep up the good work Cory and Billy!
Engaging and entertaining and continually improving
Though there are some audio issues in the first few episodes, I found that the content of the show was strong from the beginning. The hosts are clearly enthusiastic about what they do and the casual format is really inviting and it feels as if you are sitting and talking with them personally. It is informative without being dry and it is accessible even if you are not familiar with the board game industry. It is exciting to hear about their progress and I'm looking forward to seeing more.
Audio quality could improve. Seems like they're just starting. But the music is pretty cool and and the content is interesting.