Apr 26, 2020
Scott goes into the checkered history of The Game of Life, which has had many inspirations and incarnations, and is still going strong.
(Content warning: this episode contains quick, passing references to sex and suicide.)
Apr 19, 2020
Emma and Gil welcome Anya Combs and Luke Crane from Kickstarter to discuss how crowdfunding is changing, especially in light of recent events.
Anya: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, @anyayna
Luke: @burning_luke, burningwheel.com
Note that this episode was recorded on March 25, 2020, so if we talk about...
Apr 12, 2020
Geoff continues the discussion about Alpha Zero, this time pointing out the impact a self-learning AI can have on an established tournament meta, like Magic or Hearthstone.
Apr 5, 2020
Emma and Gil welcome accomplished designer Cole Wehrle, designer of Root, Oath, and Pax Pamir (Second Edition), back to the show (Cole previously appeared on Ludology 163 - A Pain in the Asymmetry). We discuss fairness in games. Has it been around for as long as we think it has? What can an "unfair" game do that...