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It’s Ellen’s 100th episode as a Nice Games Club host! And there’s no better way to celebrate a big day than with a Nice Games Jam. Dale gave us a prompt and you’ll never guess the theme. Can your Nice Hosts come up with a playable prototype in “ruffl... more
This week, we invite our first guest for Nice Thinking! Adam Clewes-Boyne is putting together an initiative for neurodiversity advocacy and education in the games industry, specifically focused on ADHD. It started as a meetup at a conference, and Ada... more
In this larger than normal episode, your nice hosts bring a lot to the top of the show with a bunch of exciting news. And there's still two topics to discuss after that! Mark brings his documentation A game, Stephen describes his time at SGDQ and Ell... more
I made it through the first half of one episode before I realized I was hooked. Halfway through the catalogue and I gotta say, this is one of the best. If you like game development, you should most definitely check this out!
Taking on well designed games from a games dev perspective, Nice Game Clubs digs deeper than most.
Ellen is the best.
There’s too much cynicism in the world of video games, and this show is one that is seeking to balance the scales in the way of being nice and kind.
Mark seems like a real ass dude. That is what makes the world better and I am for this right here. Hell yeah
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Nice Games Club launched 6 years ago and published 308 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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