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The Game Design Dojo Podcast

By Brian McRae and Ike Herman: Indie Game Developers, Designers, Podcasters

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Brian and Ike explore game design, production, and publishing topics from an indie perspective with their combined 26+ professional years in the video game industry. Discover how you can start your own studio in today's fast changing digital download landscape by developing and publishing on mobile, consoles, and other platforms. Dive deep into the art of game design and explore how to best express your unique vision with your audience using everything from modern to retro design tools and tactics.

Customer Reviews

Great show.

I’m into catching up on the older episodes. on Episode 10 so far!

If your looking for a show about the grit behind game development with a lot of honesty. You’ve found it. Brian, and Ike provide great content and subject manner. I’m excited to hear more from these guys.

a Question to the Guys. While I haven’t caught up too far to the episodes. I’d be interested in your thoughts on rapid prototyping and Game Jams.

Great conceptual discussion

The guys cover a broad range of game dev topics. They are knowledgable and move well between the macro-concepts and micro-concepts of game making.

Keep it up!

Hey guys, just finished binge listening to your podcasts, and found your conversations fun and interesting. I believe you mentioned it once, but I'd love to hear you guys talk about the importance of story in video games. (Is it important?) Thanks and I hope to hear more from you guys.

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  • Category: Design
  • Language: English

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