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Building the Game

By Rob Couch and Jason Slingerland

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Join Rob Couch and Jason Slingerland as they take the journey to become first time game designers. On each episode we talk about games we play, game mechanics that we love and pitch our own game ideas to one another. Sometimes we even bring in other game designers to talk about their endeavors and experiences in getting their first games published. The Building the Game Podcast is a co-production of Imminent Entertainment and Poorlydesigned Studios and is published every week.

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Game theory, design philosophy, wit, charm and also Jason Slingerland!

This show is a fantastic look into game design and concept development from two gents who are genuinely fun to listen to. They blend the right mix of tabletop gaming with other fun topics and present a fun and refreshing look into game design and development. After just a few episodes I was hooked and now Jason and Rob feel just like brothers. Well maybe distant cousins. OK, more like old friends you try and dodge when you see them at the mall. Thanks guys for such a great show and here’s to many more to come!

Great fun, ideas, variety, and depth

I just started the podcast and I am only to mid-2013 and slowly working my way up to date. Guys are fun and easy to listen to. If you start in the middle the podcast list, the shows will seem LONG. Listen to a handful of shows to get some background knowledge and then the shows seem to be a perfect length. I wish the first 15ish shows were on iTunes app, but it wasn't too bad to go online to listen to them. Thanks guys! I'm looking forward to see how the games turn out.

Great podcast

These guys sound like my uncle

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