Spend three high-energy hours learning the theory and practice of creating tabletop games, guided by veteran game designer and former Guinness World Record holder James Wallis. Starting with a walk-through that explains how games work, why we play them and how and engineer them, James will show you how to create a concept, build it into a prototype, and take it through multiple rounds of testing, evaluation and improvements. By the end you'll understand the process of making games from scratch, and you’ll have a complete working game design you can take home with you. Suitable for beginners and experienced designers alike.
James Wallis is the mind behind the classic games Once Upon a Time and The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen. He lectures in game design at London South Bank University, writes a column for Tabletop Gaming magazine, and co-authored the book Board Games In 100 Moves with Ian Livingstone.
All materials will be provided, but you may want to bring something to write with and something to write on.
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