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The Cardboard Mechanics

Aaron Wilson and John Prather

Aaron Wilson and John Prather take a look under the hood of board games and talk about the mechanisms and narratives that drive board game design. Support this podcast:


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Latest Episodes

In this epic 10th episode John and Aaron welcome Shawn Stankewich of Flatout Games, to talk about tile the placement mechanism and Flatout's upcoming real-time tile placement game, Fit To Print by Peter McPherson. more

a month ago

In this 9th episode John and Aaron welcome TC Petty the 3rd to talk about his new game My Father's Work, among many other games that successfully utilize a worker placement mechanism. more

4 months ago

In this 8th episode John and Aaron talk about stock holding games with guest, Ryan Courtney. more

5 months ago

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