Monthly Archives: April, 2015

TBT: Vague Thoughts on Game Writing from 2012

I posted this in April 2012 on my old blog. Thought I would share it again for Throw-Back Thursday. We had a good GGDA meeting (okay, party) at Mowgli to celebrate the release of their Songster Facebook game. Fun mix of people – pros, amateurs, students and outsiders; artists, coders, musicians, business folks and writers. […]

Gaming Fatherhood

Introduction to RPGDad, or All I Need to Know about Fatherhood I Learned from Some Little Tan Books I have been an employee, boss, student, professor, mentor, mentee and more, but I think little has prepared me for the details of fatherhood as much as has my role as a gamer (maybe that just shows […]

Research Does Not Always Mean Playing Games …

But it usually does. I’ve done a lot of “research” over the years, and much of it translated into actual design theory. However, especially when playing Civilization until 5 in the morning, gaming can be even more fulfilling than research 🙂 However, I think I have learned what I need to from many of the […]