Designer Alley is happening Friday March 8th from 4pm to 6pm and Saturday March 9th from 10am to 6pm. This is our finalized designer schedule for #G2S19. Make sure to check out each designer’s feature. Come join in the fun!
Today we are featuring Greg Krupp, designer of Crowkeeper. Greg lives in Ulster County, New York where he studies Geographic Information Systems at SUNY New Paltz. Many moons ago, he worked as a carpenter in Woodstock, NY and lived in glorified squat houses with multiple beer-soaked copies of Cities and Knights.
Today we are featuring Ben Mitchell from DoubleWatt Games. Ben lives in Newtown Square, PA, which is a small suburb about 20 minutes from downtown Philadelphia ("Go EAGLES!"). He is a software developer by day, currently specializing in machine learning data analysis in the healthcare field.
Today we are featuring Chris Michaud, better known as “Your Moderator Chris” from the Flip the Table podcast. Chris was the producer and moderator of Flip the Table from 2012-2017, reviewing over 111 cheesy, weird, and obscure board games for a die hard audience.
Today we are featuring Rosco Schock. By day Rosco is a software engineer who makes mobile apps and websites. He went to Penn State University and is joining us from Lancaster, PA.
Today we are featuring Steve Finn who is the owner of Dr. Finn's Games, which is an independent game publishing company that publishes his own games. The "Dr" in the title refers to his PhD in philosophy, which is related to Steve's primary job, i.e., being a professor of philosophy.
Today we are featuring Ryan Courtney. Ryan’s first published game Pipeline is being published by Capstone Games in the summer of 2018. Ryan was a jock. Became a nerd. He is a graduate student residing in NYC.
Today we are featuring Heather Wilson a designer with 9th Level Games. 9th Level is a game indie game publishing house that is best known for Kobolds Ate My Baby! And Schrodinger’s Cat card game.
Designer Alley is happening Friday March 9th from 5pm to 7pm and Saturday March 10th from 10am to 6pm. This is our finalized designer schedule for #G2S18 make sure to check out their past features by clicking on their names. Come join in the fun!
This week we are featuring Gwen & Samuel from Runaway Parade and designers of Fire Tower. Gwen and Samuel initially met at Sarah Lawrence College in 2007 and a partnership was formed. Runaway Parade began as a multimedia online publication, which you can find the archives here, but after 70 issues they decided it had run its course.
Today we are featuring Jess Davis who is also known as Boardgame Girl. Jess has been playing games since she was a young child. Her family loved Bingo, which may contribute to her propensity to yell out board games! at a moment’s notice, and playing card games like 31.In fact, her aunts and uncles were borderline compulsive gamblers, betting nickels on their hands of 31 almost every single night.
Today we are featuring Andrew Smith from Board Game Quest. Andrew contributes written content spanning reviews to top 10 lists, and more. I had the pleasure of meeting Andrew at Origins this past summer.
Today we are featuring Darren Kisgen the designer of Dragonwood. Darren was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. He has a PhD in Finance from the University of Washington, and degrees in Mathematics, Economics and Finance from Washington University in St. Louis.
Today we are featuring Marc Davis from the Thoughtful Gamer. Marc started The Thoughtful Gamer in March of 2017. He wanted to provide the kinds of resources he wanted to see in the board gaming community--critical reviews, thoughtful commentary,
Today we are featuring a person who is both a game publisher and designer who will be joining us at #G2S18, Curt Covert from Smirk & Dagger. Curt is a fourteen-year veteran of the industry and the owner of Smirk & Dagger Games.
Today we are featuring Dan Hundycz designer of Affliction: Salem 1692 and Pirates. Dan formed DPH Games Inc. 5 years ago and was formerly a school counselor. Getting people together, interacting, problem solving and having fun is a priority for him.
Today’s featured designer is Chris Moriarty, the designer of To Windward!- The Lunar Islands and founder of Tower St. Games. Tower St. Games was born last June when it became apparent that a game he was working on had legs.
Today’s featured designer is Tim Schuetz, designer of Interstellar Fabricators. Tim was lucky enough to grow up with geeky parents and spent much of his life playing board games, video games and RPGs.
Today we are featuring Chris Anderson, designer of the soon to be published In Vito Morte. In Vito Morte will be coming to Kickstarter this Summer from Button Shy Games.