Pulp Gamer Inside Track
By The Pulp Gamer Crew
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Listen to the table-top gaming industry's leading professionals share themselves and talk about the business behind the scenes.
||PGIT 072: Sean Preston||Derek talks to Sean Preston at Gen Con 2009.||2/9/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 071: Zev Shlasinger of Z-Man Games||Derek Rex interviews Zev Shlasinger of Z-Man Games at Gen Con, 2009. Z-Man Games, Inc. is a publisher of games. The company was formed by New Yorker, Zev Shlasinger, in 1999 to bring back Shadowfist, one of the best multiplayer Collectable Card Game...||1/26/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 070: Russel Bailey||Derek Rex interviews Russel Bailey at Gen Con, 2009. Russell Bailey is a writer and game designer at White Wolf Publishing, where he develops the Vampire product line. His interests include computer programming and lying about the sex lives of dead ...||1/21/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 069: Marcelo A. Figueroa||Marcelo A. Figueroa is one of few individuals who have participated in every tier of the hobby games industry, first as a consumer, then in Retail (All Star Games), in Distribution (ACD Distribution), as Media (Space Gamer/Fantasy Gamer Magazine,||10/7/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 068: Leah Osterhaus of Out of the Box Publishing||Derek visits with Leah Osterhaus of Out of the Box Publishing, touching on a number of great titles and learning a little more about the founding and growth of the company. Leah Osterhaus began working with Out of the Box Publishing 11 years ago tes...||8/31/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 067: Loren Coleman of Catalyst Game Labs||--||8/20/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 066: Aaron Witten and Game Science||--||5/3/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 065: Larry Roznai of Mayfair Games||While on the Caribbean cruise with Gamer Adventures, Don had the opportunity to sit and visit with Larry Roznai, president of Mayfair Games. Games brought up during today's show include Empire Builder, Sutter's Mill, Silverton, Settlers of Catan,||4/10/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 064: John Ward of GAMA||GAMA welcomes John Ward as its new Executive Director. Don welcomes John to the Inside Track. John holds a Master¹s degree in public administration with an emphasis in fiscal and policy management. His bachelor¹s degree is in criminology,||1/19/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 063: Kim Maita of Gamer Adventures||We are extremely excited to be joining Gamer Adventures for a gamer cruise to the Caribbean this spring. To learn more about this and other cruises, we called Kim Maita. Kim just got back from a LARP cruise and was eager to tell us all about it.||11/24/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 062: John Wick||Don spent some time with John Wick at RinCon in Tucson Arizona. The new Houses of the Blooded was a large part of the conversation, but significant talk was also given to Seventh Sea and Legend of the Five Rings.||11/17/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 061: Richard Borg||While at Gen Con, Jeremiah was able to get some time with Richard Borg. He is in more places in the game industry than his name appears and his design ranges from Yatzee Free for All and Liars Dice to BattleLore and Memoir 44.||10/28/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 060: Jean Vanaise||- Jeremiah has the opportunity to visit with Jean Vanaise at Gen Con to talk about music, the economy, and of course, games. Jean has been producing games with his own company Flying Turtle for years but has also produced for such companies as Wes...||10/22/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 059: Ethan Skemp of White Wolf||Jeremiah catches Ethan Skemp at Gen Con. Ethan has a long list of credits with White Wolf. There is a lot of talk given to the contrast between the new and the old versions of the many White Wolf roleplaying games, such as Vampire, Werewolf,||10/14/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 058: Erik Yaple of Privateer Press||Jeremiah had the pleasure of visiting one of the biggest and baddest men in gaming, Erik Yaple. Erik has taken over the Monsterpocalypse project with Privateer Press. This is a very appealing game of monstrous combat.||10/6/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 057: Nicolas Logue||Jeremiah was able to catch Nicolas Logue at Gen Con and uncovered a wealth of interesting thoughts. Nick talks about the crossover between improv acting and roleplaying and about several projects he has been working on.||10/1/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 056: Justin Achilli of White Wolf and CCP||While at Gen Con, Jeremiah was able to to spend some time at the White Wolf/CCP booth and visit with Justin Achilli. We all had a great time with the whole crew and are always eager to get caught up with the newest releases.||9/19/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 055: Pete Fenlon of Mayfair Games||Jeremiah was able to visit with Pete Fenlon at Gen Con about his roots in the gaming industry and the workings of his current position at Mayfair Games. Pete started with a love for Middle Earth's a cartographer and an avid roleplayer.||9/14/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 054: Corey Konieczka of Fantasy Flight Games||While at Gen Con, Jeremiah was able to spend some time with Corey Konieczka of Fantasy Flight Games. - - Corey Konieczka has designed numerous strategy and adventure games for Fantasy Flight Games. He has worked on numerous other strategy games and ...||9/5/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 053: Sterling Hershey and the Star Wars games||Don was able to talk Star Wars with freelancer, Sterling Hershey at Gen Con. We visit on a number of aspects of the roleplaying game, how it has grown, and how it compares to other games. We also touch on his work in the miniatures game. - -||8/28/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 052: Dave Wallace||While at Origins, Don was able to sit down with Dave Wallace. You may have heard Dave on many of the GAMA Trade Show Seminars. He and his wife, Kelli, run a small chain of stores and do a considerable amount of work for GAMA helping other retailers ...||8/19/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 051: Kenneth Hite||Don brings us another great conversation from Origins. This time he visits with Kenneth Hite. Kenneth has written a number of our favorite games, but today we talk mostly about Trail of Cthulhu. - - Kenneth Hite has designed, written,||8/12/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 050: Fred Hicks of Evil Hat Productions and IPR||Don was able to sit down with Fred Hicks at Origins to spend some time talking about our game. We have all come to the conclusion that he would be one of our first picks to have at our table. - - Fred Hicks is one of the minds behind Evil Hat Produ...||8/7/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 049: Jeff Bellinger of Killer Bunnies||Don had a great opportunity at Origins to visit with Jeff Bellinger, the designer of Playroom Entertainment's Killer Bunnies. Jeff was full of stories making it an easy and entertaining conversation. - -||7/30/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||PGIT 048: P. R. Chase||Don had a great time talking to Phil Chase at Origins. Phil was joined by his son Auden, who was equally as entertaining. We spoke on a variety of educational topics, emphasizing linguistics in a way we had not yet explored.||7/24/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
Interviews with the people behind you favorite games.
All though this podcast is not put out often it is definitely worth listening to. They have had a who's who of people in there hot seat including John Wick, Fred Hicks, Dave Arneson, Steve Jackson and Tracy Hickman. I find it fascinating to hear how they think up some of these games. They also sometimes divulge games they are working on occasionally for the first time.
It takes all types to design games
One of the definitive podcasts in seeing how tabletop game designers and gamemakers think. Their personalities, quirks and preferences all come through in these insightful interviews. If you ever wanted to know WHY a certain game was made the way it was -- then this is the place to find out.
Please, sir, I want some more!
I always enjoy hearing what the people who make games enjoy playing, and this podcast provides that, along with stories of how games are created and how to get into the game industry. I wish they'd start doing interviews over telephone or Skype, instead of just at conventions, because then we could have more of these. In any case, it's people who love games talking with people who make games (and most likely love them too) and that makes for an interesting show. Perhaps they've already interviewed everyone in the game industry. In which case, well done lads!