The Gamesome Mac talks game design with Paul Dana
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On tonight's broadcast of The Gamesome Mac, the Mac gaming radio program, hosts Sean Smith and David Finley talk with Paul Dana of Plastic Games about the art of game design.
Plastic Games is the developer of Virus Blaster (formerly Bit Shifter), which showed in the Players' Choice Awards at last month's Indie Games Conference, where Paul gave an articulate talk on the process of refining the game's design and gameplay.
Sean and David will also offer Mac gaming news, reviews, and commentary, and together with their guest will take questions live from listeners in The Gamesome Mac's chat room and give away a couple of Virus Blaster registrations.
The Gamesome Mac can be heard live on MacRadio from 6 to 8 pm Pacific Time, 9 to 11 pm Eastern (Tuesday from 0200 to 0400 UTC), and on demand thereafter. You can tune in at The Gamesome Mac's web page at the link below, where you'll also find archives of past broadcasts. QuickTime 6 and a 56K or faster Internet connection are required.
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