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Season 13, episode 2
There Will Be Games

Bruno Faidutti, designer of games like Citadels and Raptor, has been designing games for 20 years and is one of the most well-known game designers today. We invited him on the show to talk about his thoughts on the game design process. We also discussed a blog post he wrote about the language of game critics in France who frequently use scientific language like test and inventor when referring to games, which Bruno thinks are more akin to cultural artifacts than inventions.

If you wish to read Bruno's thoughts about game design, please check out his blog on the web.

Click to view blog posting: Link to posting

There Will Be Games

Mike Bonet (He/Him)
Associate Podcster

Mike Bonet is the host of the Who, What, Why game design podcast and the former co-host of the Ninja Vs Pirates Podcast. He's been podcasting off and on for more than 10 years total between both shows. Mike's big game dreams is to join the bevy of designers he has on his show in having one of his own designers published. Mike also owns lots of games and generally plays them whenever he can. He frequently loses to keep things interesting in the game.

Mike Bonet
Associate Podcster

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