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  • It Came From the Tabletop! - Interview With Daniel Newman (Dead Man’s Cabal)

It Came From the Tabletop! - Interview With Daniel Newman (Dead Man’s Cabal)

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It Came From the Tabletop! - Interview With Daniel Newman (Dead Man’s Cabal)

This week we're talking game design and horror movies with Daniel Newman, designer of Dead Man's Cabal, Rolled West, and The Science and Seance Society.

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There Will Be Games

Josh Look (He/Him)
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One night during the summer of 1997, Josh Look's cool uncle who owned a comic shop taught him how to play Magic the Gathering. The game set off his imagination in a way that he could not sleep that night, and he's been fascinated by games ever since. He spent many afternoons during his high school years skipping homework to play Dungeons & Dragons and paint Warhammer minatures, going on to discover hobby board games in his early 20s. He's been a writer for ThereWillBe.Games and is the creator and co-host of the geek culture podcast, The Wolfman's Lounge. He enjoys games that encourage a heavy amount of table talk and those that explore their themes beyond just their settings.

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WadeMonnig replied the topic: #316106 12 Nov 2020 08:08
I've been going through all the ICFTT episodes on spotify and just want to say what a pleasure it is listening to them. Great job Josh and Al.
Edit- I should say relistening to them, there were a few I missed the first time around though.