Boardgames That Tell Stories 2: The Funniest Guide To Game



10 thoughts on “Boardgames That Tell Stories 2: The Funniest Guide To Game Design & Game Publishing

  1. Travis Travis says:

    Quite a bit better than the first volume It s still a collection of mostly unrelated blog posts, but in this volume, there s n active attempt to teach something, something I believe was missing from the first volume I m still not sure just how relevant the stories in this volume are for folks actually looking to publish board games as a whole, but there are a lot of useful tidbits buried in the various stories that may help shake loose some ideas about what how to do something relating to ga Quite a bit better than the first volume It s still a collection of mostly unrelated blog posts, but in this volume, there s n active attempt to teach something, something I believe was missing from the first volume I m still not sure just how relevant the stories in this volume are for folks actually looking to publish board games as a whole, but there are a lot of useful tidbits buried in the various stories that may help shake loose some ideas about what how to do something relating to game publishing in general, and board games specifically Not being a big board game player myself, I haven t a clue how use the book as a whole is to wannabee publishers, but if nothing else, it s entertaining, and that s gotta be a win


  2. Chris Chris says:

    If you like reading stories and anecdotes behind the scenes in the boardgame industry, then this book is for you Ignacy head of Portal Games does an excellent job informing, and with a sense of humor, various personal stories and interactions with other designers and friends in the industry over the years I need to read vol 1, now.and I hear a vol 3, is coming in the future


  3. Matevž Matevž says:

    The first book was a wonderful read, providing an in depth insight into the board game development process.The second books fells rushed and unfinished The author only tells us a bitabout play testing and the book ends well not ends but switches to individual stories of other developers These are nice, but make the books simply feel like a clip art collection of short stories.


  4. Chris Hecox Chris Hecox says:

    It s fine There are a few notable inclusions from guest authors at the end of the book, particularly one titled so you want to be a game designer This one isof the same from the first book Feels shorter Doesn t seem to have near as much content but still communicates the challenges of game design.


  5. Adrian Adrian says:

    Not quite as good, interesting or amusing as the first Deserves 4 and a half stars, but goodreads doesn t let that be a thing Still absolutely worth your time, and amusing with a few interesting things about board game design mixed in Not so much from Ignacy himself this time, which is part of the reason for the lesser quality I think.


  6. Davy Davy says:

    While this installment definitely was still entertaining, I felt like the first installment hadentries that were actually inspirational informational Nevertheless, I still liked it.


  7. Jenni Powell Jenni Powell says:

    I hope if he does future versions, he can includewomen in the industry.


  8. Serge Pierro Serge Pierro says:

    This is an excellent collection of Ignacy Trzewiczek s blogs covering several topics relevant to game design As a bonus the second half of the book features guest articles from several famous game designers who provide their own insights on a variety of topics If you have any interest in board game design, as well as playtesting, then this book will prove to be a very enjoyable read


  9. Tina Christensen Tina Christensen says:

    Like the first volume it is a good book on board game design, a blog reprinted as a book, and again with interesting entries from lots of leading game designers Interesting insights on the design processes Recommended.


  10. aaron aaron says:

    okay, let s be honest if you re reading this book you know you re gonna like it so yeah, i love it


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