Tabletop: Analog Game Design (Greg Costikyan, et al.)

 
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Tabletop: Analog Game Design (Greg Costikyan, et al.)

People from a variety of backgrounds discuss tabletop games, game culture, and how games intersect with other types of entertainment including theatre and learning in this book.

Some writers have opted to discuss their design process, while others have chosen to write about games they enjoy or the tabletop gaming community in general. Although the outcomes are different and unique, they all shed some light on the fascinating and diverse range of game genres.

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About the Authors
The author of this book "Drew Davidson" is a professor, producer, and player of interactive media. His background spans the academic, industry, and professional worlds and he is interested in stories and transformational experiences across texts, comics, games, and other media. He is the Director of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and the Founding Editor of ETC Press and its Well Played series and journal. He also served as the interim Director for Randy Pausch's Alice Project.
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Published
Published Date / Year
(August 12, 2011); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
License(s)
CC BY-NC-ND 2.5
Hardcover
208 pages
eBook Format
PDF (206 pages)
ISBN-10
1257870602
ISBN-13
978-1257870608

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