In this episode, Liz interviews Morgane Gouyon-Rety, designer of Pendragon, about her upcoming game, Hubris. Hubris is currently in development, and Morgane talks about her game's evolution and historical underpinnings. Morgane can be reached on Twitter...
In this episode, Liz interviews Morgane Gouyon-Rety, designer of Pendragon and the upcoming Hubris, about the prevalence of games set in the ancient world that focus on Rome. Morgane suggests several interesting alternative options to pursue. Stay tuned...
In this episode, Liz interviews Prof. Matthew Kirschenbaum about Kriegsspiel, the "original" wargame that had a tremendous impact in its own day and without which many of our own, modern games might not exist. If you want to create your own Kriegsspiel...
This week, Liz interviews Tom Russell from Hollandspiele, and it's so hot it repeatedly upsets his laptop fan. If you're interested in a conversation about games that cover tough topics, and board games as art, you've come to the right place. You can...
In this episode, Liz interviews Doug Glover (Lead Pursuit Podcast) and Mitch Reed (No Dice No Glory)—both military men and hobbyist wargamers—about the forms wargaming can take in their professional and personal lives. Also, catch ALL of us at Cyber...
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In this episode, Liz interviews Volko and Andrew Ruhnke about Falling Sky: The Gallic Revolt Against Caesar, a COIN game based on Julius Caesar's "The Gallic Wars." All episodes of my podcast are available here:...
In this episode, Liz has not one, but TWO special guests. Mike Kelley and Eric Slauson are both teachers and game designers, and they have interesting things to say about being a thoughtful and effective teacher of boardgames.All episodes of my podcast...
In this episode, Liz Davidson interviews Kirby Whitehead, her high school history teacher, about how he incorporates gaming—including COIN games—into his teaching.
In this episode, Liz interviews Caitlyn Leong, a master's student in Security Studies at Georgetown University, about the process of becoming a professional wargamer. Caitlyn also has a fantastic article in PAXsims on the topic.
In Part 2 of their conversation, Liz and Marco (best known as Marco Omnigamer on YouTube) talk about the future of wargaming, its accessibility, and how the gaming hobby in general can continue to grow. N.B.: Marco and I talk about inclusiveness in...