We sat down with the creator of Prism; a diceless RPG set in an Aquatic world, that explores relationships. The game has some interesting setting features as well, with it’s gods, families, and codes of ethics.
We had the pleasure recently of interviewing Ashton McAllan; an Australian game designer, live streamer, and general wonderful person.
We talked about her games, her history, and the communities she’s involved in. It was a very important interview for us cause Ashton is a person in the industry that Ray very much admires.
Please give it a listen, and tell us what you thought. (more…)
We have an interview for y’all today. We sat down with Christoph to chat about his upcoming game Free Spacer. A game of pulling jobs in space to try and goals of retirement…or something more substantial.
If you’re a fan of Red Markets or the Forged in the Dark stuff, this could be of interest to you. FreeSpacer can be found on Kickstarter here.
We had occasion to talk to game designer, and fellow interviewer; Brie Sheldon. We talked about what motivates them to create, why they interview people, and Brie even gave us some ideas for Two Sided Quest!
We also tried out some slight modifications to our intro.
Melody is an awesome making of things. We know here from her work making RPGs, and the discussions she often has about them on twitter.
We asked her on the show to share a little about her process, and her games. (more…)
[CONTENT WARNING: There is a brief mention of the struggles of dealing with depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts in this episode.]
This week we interviewed an up and coming Game Designer from the States; DC.
DC is working on an adaptation of Blades In The Dark, called Mutants In The Night. It’s got some really interesting themes of community. And looks at many of the experiences of non dominant social groups; with a focus on African American, and Queer communities.
We also talked about DC’s game dev origin story, and the intersection of Martial Arts and Rap music. (more…)
We recently spoke with Jason Tasharski about their upcoming game Stand In Defiance, and how they first got interested in game design. It’s lovely little interview, about an intriguing narrative game.
We heard about an awesome game being made on Kickstarter recently, and we just had to talk to the designer.
Fraser Simons is the creator of Hack The Planet; a cyberpunk, climate fiction, Blades Hack. He took the time out of his morning to chat with us about his cool new project.
We’re very excited to see Hack The Planet get released, for whole bunch of reasons. Including, the fact that some Australian writers are contributing to it!
We hope that you enjoy the interview, and please check out the Kickstarter. (more…)
Matthew Corrin and Morgan Lean have a kickstarter running right now for their new game, Bodycount. Bodycount is a hyperviolent cyberpunk roleplaying game, with a focus on dealing harm to anyone that stands in your way.
We sat down with Matt to have a chat about the game, what spurred it’s creation, and what influenced the designers.
Every now and then we send Raymond off to play games with other Actual Play podcasts. So we thought we’d make a place for you to find all of those.
Actual Play one shots:
Delta Green with Technical Difficulties.
Laser & Feelings with RPX.
What Could Go Wrong? With the TechDiff crew.
World Wide Wrestling Tri-podcast event.
A War Story told with the folks at Rag-NERD-Rok.
Red Markets – 10K Lakes. This is a campaign that is hosted on multiple podcasts, but you can find the first session here and follow the links on through to each session.
If you just want the episodes Raymond has been in, well we’ve got that too.
Master of the Skies, Master of the Globe.
Spoil The Whole Bunch.
The Splintering Wheel hosted by I Am Not Trying To Kill You. The Splintering Wheel has a rotating cast of various gamers, streams, and RPG Developers.
Ray can be seen in the first episode of The Splintering Wheel.
What about stuff that isn’t actual plays?
Raymond has been on 2 episodes on the comedy discussion podcast I’d Rather Not. Bully Timeshare vs. Weird Work Picnic, and Doing Drugs with the Clowns vs. Drawing Fursonas in an Alley