I was searching for something to talk about on my Podcast when I stumbled upon an old interview I did when I was just starting out in the games industry. Inspired I figured it would be cool to make my own version of it about tabletop games and game design. Answer the questions in the comments or share it on social media, I’d love to read your answers!
I thought it would be nice to get to know the tabletop (design) community in a different way. On the next episode of Behind the Tabletop (which will air Friday) I will be answering these questions myself as well. For now I will post them here and on social media, and I want to encourage all you tabletop gamers out there to have a crack at it and share your answers! If all goes well it might even inspire more of these interviews on the podcast! So without further a do…
The Behind the Tabletop Interview
- What’s your favorite game right now/of all time?
- What’s a game you love that you wish you designed/worked on?
- What is your favorite type of game to play?
- Which game would you say you have spend the most time on?
- What type of games do you hate playing, and why?
- Do you rather play with or against other people?
- What is the #1 game on your wish-list right now?
- What does your “buying a new game”-process look like?
- If you could only save 3 games from your collection, which would you save?
- What is your most memorable gaming moment?
- What is your favorite game component?
- Do you have a designer role model? if so who is it and why him/her?
- What would be your favorite type of game to design?
- What is your all time favorite mechanic, and why?
- If you could re-theme a game, which game would it be and with what theme?
- What do you dislike most about designing or playing games?
- You get the chance to redesign any game. Which would it be and what would you change?
- If you could design a game for a specific (type of) person, who would it be and why?
- What was the last “thing” (this could be anything really) that inspired you to make a game of your own?
- What would be your advise for (other) designers?