Do you ever find yourself uncomfortable while playing games? Perhaps you are intimidated by the group you are with, or you don’t like the theme of the game you are playing. Maybe the game wants you to be placed in a situation of discomfort.
This time around its a discussion about one of my favorite co-op card games with one of my favorite people. In this episode I discuss the nuances and psychological powers of Antonie Bauza’s “Hanabi”. This is not just a simple card game,
Creativity plays a huge role in our gaming experiences but we don’t always realize the ways in which it impacts us. This discussion between Brian, Josue and myself is not definitive in any way shape or form.
Hello fellow rollers, In this episode I am interviewing Isaac Bluefoot of Dragonflowerink.com about his recent Kickstarter for Omenquest. I hope all of you will go to this website and join in on getting this game to its goal. In the meantime,
In this episode, Brian, Josue and I discuss the concepts of Analysis Paralysis and Anticipation of Play. At a recent convention I had the realization that there is a familiar cartography of states of mind during game play.
In this episode of Rolling for Change we talk to Jeff Garst of the Spielbound Café in Omaha, Nebraska about his work using games in teaching and outreach. We also geek out about our time at Dicetower Con 2018. Ive been to a few of the major cons,
2 episodes in 2 weeks…wow! I don’t know about getting 1 out per week, but we will endeavor to create more content more often. This episode is about what it is like to teach a game. I believe this is a core skill for tabletop gamers.
Hey guys, Thanks for listening to Rolling for Change. We have some great new content coming for you in the next few months. In this episode of Rolling for Change, Brian and Woody discuss how conflict plays a role in our game experiences and how we resp…
#16: Coming home after Pax Unplugged was not a let down. I felt my soul battery recharge while we were there. So by the time I got to sit down with Josue and Brian again, I was still giddy and excited about our experience.