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In this episode Cathy talks with Sarah and Will Reed about the process they went through to design their published game, Project Dreamscape. We feature questions from our listeners during the conversation. Was your name or handle mentioned? Find Out! And Nicole tells us about a new video game.
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PacifiCon Gaming Expo – Do you have your plans made for Labor Day Weekend yet? I do! What could be better than an end-of-summer gaming blow-out? I have just the thing for you! PacifiCon Game Expo in Santa Clara, CA. September 2nd – 5th. Held at the Santa Clara Marriott, this year PacifiCon will have special guests Forrest Harris of Knuckleduster Miniatures, Luke Gygax from GaryCon, Karl Kreder and Tim Porter from War Game Boot Camp, Luke Laurie from the PacifiCon Protospiel, and game designers Darin Levilof and John Welch. Activities include:
- Historical Miniatures and Wargames
- A War Game Bootcamp,
- Lots of role-playing and board games,
- Three Flea Markets,
- Seminars, and
- Camp ConQuest for your young gamers.
You can get all the details at PacifiConGameExpo.com. Don’t miss out! When you buy your tickets, let them know you heard about it from Our Turn Podcast and please come by our table at the con and say HI! We’d love to meet you!
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Interview with Sarah & Will Reed
Cathy talks with Sarah and her husband, Will Reed, talk about their experience designing their game, Project Dreamscape (Buy It!). They go through explaining the game and how they came up with the concept, art, play testing, and the publishing process. Cathy asks questions provided by listeners through Facebook, Twitter, and the BoardgameGeek.com Guild.
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Games Mentioned in this Episode
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