122 Allen White Interview

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We sit down with Allen White, engineering professor, gamer, and designer of STEAM Hack.

STEAM Hack is an educational RPG that allows students to learn by role-playing their future self.

There are currently two Zines in development.

Mission to Mars, the players act as a mission control team that has to decide how they would have prepared for possible problems launching a Saturn 5 rocket.

Engineering & Automobiles, the players roles are based on their affiliation within the company goals. The players are in a meeting to decide the final design of a new product and resolve engineering concerns found during vehicle testing.

STEAM Hack is live on Kickstarter until April 27th with art by Ivy Fowler

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Night Witches Actual Play Episode 21

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The women of section C return to Pashkovskaya after they have completed a hearts and minds mission for the NKVD to follow up on suspicions the found. Breaks in the section slowly begin to mend and the pilots find a small amount of peace before they are reminded of the constant presence of the war.

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121 Character Creation with Constraints

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We have talked about creative constraints creating opportunities in games before. Now we apply the same thought process to character creation. We also look at specific RPGs that put more than just genre constraints on character creation.

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120 Exploration Gaming & Hex Crawls

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After four sessions of Hot Springs Island, James and Lacey look at the highlights of exploration gaming and hex crawls. Are player aids like the Field Guide the key to drawing in players who might not be interested or is it just an unnecessary fancy add on to the game? Several other ideas spin off from the discussion, relating the hex crawl philosophy to other games, creating Field Guides for your own games, and Investigations as hex crawl.

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