Episode 97 – What an Editor can do for you

October 10, 2016

What an Editor can do for you

Recorded at Metatopia 2015

Presented by John Adamus

Editors are here to help. It’s their job. They’re tasked with making your project better. So why not use one? Get answers to what they do and how they can benefit you. Trust us, everyone needs one. Really

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Episode 98 – Editing Rulebooks V2

October 21, 2016

Ten (More) Ways To Make Your Rulebook Awesome

Recorded at Metatopia 2015

Presented by Joshua Yearsley.

Your rulebook is the heart of your game, so why not give it the love it deserves? In this seminar, you’ll learn ten best practices for improving the structure, style, and clarity of your rulebook. Did you come last year? These tips and tricks will be all new! Got any burning questions about rules craft? Get answers from a professional rulebook editor.

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Episode 99 – Why do you Hate your Readers?

November 2, 2016

Why do you Hate your Readers and Players?

Recorded at Metatopia 2015

Presented by John Adamus

When writing a game or project, it’s important that the language be clear and enjoyable, not just showing off how smart the author is. Learn techniques to keep your project readable and enjoyable.

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Episode 100 – Structuring Game Texts

November 11, 2016

Structuring Game Texts

Recorded at Metatopia 2015

Presented by Jason Pitre, Robert Bohl, Jay Treat and Cat Tobin.

You’ve designed your game, you’ve playtested it, and you’ve decided you want to publish it as a text (either for free download or sale). How do you structure that text so that it will draw readers in and make the game easy to understand the first time, and easy to use as a reference later?

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