The State of Games, Episode 62 – The One About Emergent Gameplay

Posted by on Apr 4, 2014 in Articles of Note, Conventions, Game News, State of Games | 1 comment

stateofgameslogonewIn the last State of Games, we three podcasters talked about all sorts of things from one end of boardgaming to another. During that intelligent melee TC brought up some points on emergent gameplay, while Darrell and I were left scratching our heads wondering what the heck he was talking about. Since that part fostered generous discussion amongst you, dear listeners, we decided to dig a little deeper. And, so, here we are. Enjoy!

lifeboatLinks to important things mentioned on the podcast:

The Rabbit Kickstarter!

The Unpub Network

The Dice Hate Me 54-Card Challenge

The Dice Hate Me 54-Card Challenge Finalists

No Thanks





The Ion Awards

Something From Nothing

The Mensa Select Awards



Compounded (It’s here! Get your orders in!)

The Great Heartland Hauling Co. (All copies have been hauled away – but we’re hoping to get more!)

VivaJava: The Coffee Game (Almost sold out!)

Carnival (Currently sold out – but we’re hoping to get more!)


And, finally:

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  1. Thanks for the great comments about SaltCON. We were thrilled to have TC visit us, and congratulate him on winning the award. Dale Gifford and Sean MacDonald are the other organizers that do so much work behind the scenes, and it couldn’t go on without them.

    Anyway, thanks for your comments, and we hope we can see you there next year!

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