A roundtable episode in disguise! Game designer/developer and friend of the show, Lane Davis, enters the clubhouse to guest host an episode where the topics are all his!
Lane brings some friendly debate (and shockingly accurate calendar math) to the show, in his continuing quest to make Nice Games Club just a little bit less nice. Yet he somehow manages to say some of the nicest things anyone has ever said on the program.
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[0:03:05] Serial Game Design
- “Edmund McMillen’s ‘Basement Collection’ Shows Off his Early Work” – Complex
- “Understanding Design Space” – Damion Schubert, Zen of Design
- “Trying to Make Idea-Rich Games” – Jonathan Blow, NYU Game Center
- “Too many ideas and projects. How do I choose one and stick with it?” – SavantButDeadly, Reddit
- Alex Carlson, Game Designer
- One Game a Month
[0:14:57] Changing your mind as a game developer
- “Why Criticism Is Important to Game Development” – A.J. Maciejewski
- Story Forge
- “Why I want you to steal my ideas” – Seth Godin, TED Ideas
- “Game Design: the Poisonous ‘Not Invented Here’ syndrome” – YouTube
- “Scoping for Game Jams” – Carolyn VanEseltine
[0:31:19] Starting your next project
[0:35:18] Video Game Juice