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This show's mission is to share the stories and views of people from a wide range of background experiences and experience levels, to help show a rich view of what's involved in making games (AAA, indies, game jammers, hobbyists, and more!), various sides of the game industry, and today's game communities and events. Intro and outro music is by Danny Baranowsky, used with permission.
 
Delving into the most exciting games and gaming trends, we find out which features are the secret sauce for developing the next big mobile game! With guest game makers every month joining Jon Jordan and Joel Julkunen, to provide fresh and exciting insight into the wider gaming community. This podcast is brought to you by GameRefinery, the leading provider of feature-level data in the mobile games market, with an ever-growing database covering hundreds of thousands of games.
 
The GameDev podcast by Autodesk is a place to hear from some of the best minds in the games industry. We interview game developers who are at the cutting edge of innovation in games, to learn where they came from, how they got here, and where they’re going. Find more GameDev stories here: http://area.autodesk.com/customer-stories/games Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/adskgamedev
 
The Basement Gamedev Podcast touches on all subjects related to (video) game development. It is recorded in the East Coast video game development mecha of "Hunt Valley", just 15 minutes North of Baltimore, and is hosted by BaltimoreGamer.com. BaltimoreGamer.com is a gaming news site and online community for gamers, developers, and game convention vendors in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Events which we cover include local LAN party events, local game conventions, local game tournaments, v ...
 
GameDevBR é uma conversa informal entre desenvolvedores de jogos sobre temas relacionados a tecnologia, cultura pop e claro, programação de jogos e a cena brasileira de games. Cada episódio procura trazer discussões técnicas, experiências e pontos de vista relevantes tanto a veteranos desta indústria quanto a novatos e entusiastas.
 
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Your nice hosts talk to Andrew Eiche, COO at Owlchemy Labs (Job Simulator, Vacation Simulator, Cosmonious High) about the state of VR in 2022, and where VR and VR development tools may be going in the coming years. Andrew talks about how industrial design should influence VR design, why you shouldn't take inspiration from movies, and how ergonomics…
 
In this episode of the Mobile Gamedev Playbook, Thi Detert, Senior Lead Game Designer at InnoGames, and Product Owner, Alison Simpson talk about the development journey of Sunrise Village with GameRefinery, a Liftoff company analyst Teemu Palomäki and our host, Jon Jordan. We will cover the challenges (and solutions) encountered along the way from …
 
Game Master James D'Amato calls in to discuss his latest book, The Ultimate RPG Character Backstory Guide - Expanded Genres Edition, how the One Shot Podcast Network became the tabletop RPG play powerhouse it is today, and how James' background in improv comedy serves his writing and his games. Show links One Shot Podcast Network: https://oneshotpo…
 
It’s Ellen’s 100th episode as a Nice Games Club host! And there’s no better way to celebrate a big day than with a Nice Games Jam. Dale gave us a prompt and you’ll never guess the theme. Can your Nice Hosts come up with a playable prototype in “ruffly” an hour? Enjoy live edits, goofs, special cubes, and piles of dogs taken to the logical extreme! …
 
This week, we invite our first guest for Nice Thinking! Adam Clewes-Boyne is putting together an initiative for neurodiversity advocacy and education in the games industry, specifically focused on ADHD. It started as a meetup at a conference, and Adam wants to see where it can go next. Neurodiversity in Gamedev EventsIRL Adam joined us, after a fas…
 
Booper, Get Home! developer, Thomas Kildren, calls in to discuss his popular VR project, his experiences as a stay-at-home dad in the game dev space, his work toward autism awareness and acceptance, and more. Thomas' links The Art of the Game | Gamedev, Art & Stay at Home Parenting (fletcherstudios.net) Fletcher Studios (@ThomasKildren) / Twitter B…
 
In this larger than normal episode, your nice hosts bring a lot to the top of the show with a bunch of exciting news. And there's still two topics to discuss after that! Mark brings his documentation A game, Stephen describes his time at SGDQ and Ellen has complaints to bring to the table. Summer Games Done Quick 2022 - YouTube Stephen and Charles …
 
In this special episode of the Mobile GameDev Playbook, our host Jon Jordan discusses the popular but controversial game Diablo Immortal with Erno Kiiski and Wilhelm Voutilainen, Chief Game Analysts at GameRefinery, a Liftoff Company. We discuss the franchise's background, what separates Diablo Immortal from its predecessors, the player experience,…
 
Author/developer/journalist/critic/friend of the show Mat Bradley-Tschirgi hangs out to discuss his work, surviving freelance work, what's going on around the industry, and how to survive both sides of live events. Mat's links: MatWBT.com https://twitter.com/matwbt --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https:…
 
Nina Marotta (and Kelso the cat) from High Moon Studios enters the clubhouse to talk about level and interaction design. She showers your nice hosts with bits of wisdom, such as: "Games are ugly for 90% of their development." "You have to live your life in order to be a good team member and a good designer." Level and Interaction Design Game Design…
 
How much of the culture around a game is rooted in its design? That's one of the questions that comes up as Mark takes us on a tour of curling—an Olympic sport that's described as "chess on ice." We examine its origins, the Spirit of Curling, and some specific rules that may have a big impact on how players behave towards one another. Later, Stephe…
 
In this episode of the Mobile Gamedev Playbook, Kirill Petruk, Lead Producer at Ten Square Games, talks about the development of Fishing Clash: Sports Games and other realistic life simulation games with GameRefinery, a Liftoff company analyst Teemu Palomäki and our host, Jon Jordan. We discuss the inspiration behind Fishing Clash, the realistic ga…
 
Falls Du keine Kapitelmarken sehen solltest:Versuch den Podcast als MP3 zu abonnieren: MP3-Feed. Standardmäßig wird MP4/AAC ausgeliefert, was bei Android leider dazu führt, dass keine Kapitelmarken angezeigt werden. Wir lassen Roboter für uns arbeiten indem wir dank Procedural Generation (oder ProcGen wie es kewle Kidz sagen) ganze Welten automatis…
 
Falls Du keine Kapitelmarken sehen solltest:Versuch den Podcast als MP3 zu abonnieren: MP3-Feed. Standardmäßig wird MP4/AAC ausgeliefert, was bei Android leider dazu führt, dass keine Kapitelmarken angezeigt werden. Wir lassen Roboter für uns arbeiten indem wir dank Procedural Generation (oder ProcGen wie es kewle Kidz sagen) ganze Welten automatis…
 
Dan Harary, founder of the Asbury PR agency, calls in to discuss his new book, Flirting with Fame, his experiences working and networking with practically everyone in Hollywood, and his no-nonsense approach to generating buzz. Listen in for old-school know-how and insight into the mindset of a PR pro who's seen it all. Dan's links: Flirting with Fa…
 
Fellow games podcaster and journalist Roger Reichardt drops in to talk shop and share some laughs. We discuss the highs and lows of writing game reviews, designing games that facilitate learning, how to fix the industry with card catalogues, and more. Roger's links: GamerheadsPodcast.com https://twitter.com/NintendRog PureNintendo.com --- This epis…
 
It's part three of our unintentional "Gamedev in..." series! Your nice hosts speak with Daniela Gamarra about making games in Peru. Daniela shares her perspective on entering the industry, making progressive games in a conservative culture, and being asked "how much do you need to make this game?" Previous "Gamedev in..." episodes: We spoke with Ry…
 
MoreYellow CEO, Jordan Mauriello, joins to discuss corporate and personal brand management, what it takes to turn heads at game launch time, and what generating buzz may look like with the game industry's next set of big changes. Jordan Mauriello's links MoreYellow.com twitter.com/JordanMaurie11o --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easie…
 
The freestyle coder himself drops in to discuss the ups and downs of live coding, presenting at and organizing conferences, navigating the world of non-game commercial software development, and more. We also discuss what we're playing now and what games we're looking forward to getting our hands on. Chris Gardner's links Twitter.com/freestylecoder …
 
It's a packed episode this week, with birthdays, illnesses, and some Nice Thinking. Stephen, Mark, and Ellen discuss how the group might put on a tournament for local gamers, featuring locally-made indie games. How can one create a competition that involves many different games of widely different genres? Hopefully your nice hosts are up to the cha…
 
It's a sequel to last week's episode! This week, your nice hosts speak with Kent State University animation and game design professor Chris Totten about formal game design education. We get into the details of theory and practice, and discuss how teaching gamedev is both similar and different from other professional and artistic fields. Teaching Ga…
 
Falls Du keine Kapitelmarken sehen solltest:Versuch den Podcast als MP3 zu abonnieren: MP3-Feed. Standardmäßig wird MP4/AAC ausgeliefert, was bei Android leider dazu führt, dass keine Kapitelmarken angezeigt werden. Wer klassische Adventures mag, wird diese Folge lieben! Besonders, wenn man ein Herz für sympathische Indie-Developer hat, denn Eva un…
 
Falls Du keine Kapitelmarken sehen solltest:Versuch den Podcast als MP3 zu abonnieren: MP3-Feed. Standardmäßig wird MP4/AAC ausgeliefert, was bei Android leider dazu führt, dass keine Kapitelmarken angezeigt werden. Wer klassische Adventures mag, wird diese Folge lieben! Besonders, wenn man ein Herz für sympathische Indie-Developer hat, denn Eva un…
 
In this episode Truman Simpson joins us to talk about teaching game development to young people, through Gameheads, an organization for which Truman is a long standing volunteer. The clubhouse discusses the importance of seeing what is possible and what is achievable, and Stephen is jealous of today's youths. Teaching Gamedev to Young People Game D…
 
In this episode, Stephen, Mark, and Ellen talk about gameplay loops. Then, they talk about art direction. Then they talk about loops. And then art direction. And then, more loops. Just kidding! It’s a regular roundtable discussion about diagramming gameplay, establishing art direction, and when to take out the garbage. Habitica: Gamify Your Life Ed…
 
At GDC, your nice hosts met and spoke with this week's returning guests. We were so impressed with their project "[i] doesn't exist," we wanted to have them on a full episode to talk about the unique machine learning system they built for it. Be nice and have a listen! LUAL Games on Twitter "[i] doesn't exist" demo - itch.io [I] doesn't exist - a m…
 
It's a Nice Postmortem! Ellen brings her instructional design colleague Mark Hamilton to discuss the development process behind the LxJamathon, a combination of both a hackathon and a game jam meant to allow instructional designers to practice their skills! Find out what went well and what didn't in this fascinating look into the event. Postmortem:…
 
Falls Du keine Kapitelmarken sehen solltest:Versuch den Podcast als MP3 zu abonnieren: MP3-Feed. Standardmäßig wird MP4/AAC ausgeliefert, was bei Android leider dazu führt, dass keine Kapitelmarken angezeigt werden. Simon durfte einen Vortrag auf der GDC halten und berichtet ein wenig über die Reise. Es wird emotional, denn eines Tages glaubt er se…
 
Falls Du keine Kapitelmarken sehen solltest:Versuch den Podcast als MP3 zu abonnieren: MP3-Feed. Standardmäßig wird MP4/AAC ausgeliefert, was bei Android leider dazu führt, dass keine Kapitelmarken angezeigt werden. Simon durfte einen Vortrag auf der GDC halten und berichtet ein wenig über die Reise. Es wird emotional, denn eines Tages glaubt er se…
 
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