Episode #66: Games Designed by People of Color

In this episode, Cathy is joined by Annette Villa from Netters Plays and they talk about their favorite games designed by people of color.

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  • Opening: 1:05
  • The Interview: 44:59
  • Closing: 1:10:14

Cathy Ford - Host & Producer


Annette Villa of Netters Plays on YouTube

 Cathy Ford  Annette Villa
Games We Played Recently
 Reviewer  Game  Designer OTP Rating 
Annette  The Grimm Forest Tim Eisner 3
Cathy Dungeons & Dragons, 5th Ed. Gary Gygax &
Dave Arneson
Annette Kokoro: Avenue of the Kodama Eilif Svensson, Kristian Amundsen Østby  5
Cathy Mombasa Alexander Pfister  4
Annette Barenpark Phil Walker-Harding  4
 Cathy Charterstone  Jamey Stegmaier 5
Connect with Annette Online

Rating scale of 1-5We have started referring to and rating games by a rating scale. Here is how we are using this scale:

5 = Buy this! Buy this now!
4 = A good solid game!
3 = Decent with some bugs.
2 = Has great potential as kindling!
1 = Give me back the time I spent playing it!

Hot Topic: Our Favorite Games
Designed by People of Color

These are games we have played and enjoyed that have been designed by people of color. We are certain that there are many many more games that have been designed by other talented game designers that we did not cover here. This topic was intended to highlight designers who are people of color and have designed games that we are familiar with.

 Reviewer  Game  Designer OTP Rating 
Annette Harvest Island Chih-Fan Chen  3.5
Cathy Lanterns  Christopher Chung  5
Annette  Kodama: The Tree Spirits  Daniel Solis 3.5
Cathy Canasta Segundo Santos 5
Annette Akrotiri Jay Cormier &
Sen-Foong Lim
 Cathy Arcadia Quest Eric Lang 4

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