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0095 - Essen '22 Game Chats Part 2

Season 5, Ep. 95

The second series of interviews from Spiel ’22… In this episode I talked with:


Opening with Patrick Gebhardt and Julius Brunken from Vuca Simulations

https://vucasims.com


At 12’ chatted with Koosha Nezamirad and Mehdi Mohammadzadeh from Piriyka House Game Design Studio (at 12’)

www.piriyka.com


At 29’ I caught Fran and Ian demoing at the Bright Eye Games stand

https://www.brighteyegames.com


(Ian is also involved in the Games People online play test group)

http://www.thegamespeople.co.uk/games/game-designs-ian-brocklebank/


And at 50’ we wrap up chatting with some very chill dudes at the chess tables…


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I hope you enjoy the podcast.

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Acknowledgements

Music 

Title: Hades, from the album Chromatic T-Rex

Artist: Ben Prunty

Source:  https://www.benpruntymusic.com/

License: Permission to use was granted by Ben Prunty. Non-transferable license.



Cover Art 

Title: Talking Spiel - Play

Artist: Allen Higgins

Source: Spiel_play_22

License: CC BY-NC-SA


Podcast Licence

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

By taking part you give permission for your voice to be recorded, for the recording to be edited, and for it to be posted and published as a podcast.

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