As the Head of Game Development and Acquisition for Grey Fox Games, a major part of my job is finding board games to sign for our catalog. As the founder of Travel Buddy Games I delight in doing the same. Here is a little look behind the scenes of the process of signing and publishing
Board game cruises are rising in popularity. The Dice Tower network hosts a Dice Tower Cruise, BoardGameGeek hosts BGG@SEA and independent organizations like CrusieCon host their own events too! If you love cruising or have ever considered a cruise, this post is a good place for you to get a sense of whether a board
Travel Buddy Games singular goal is to make great games that bring you the world and inspire you to get out in it. I’ve talked multiple times about how easily I want our games to be to take with you anywhere. I think it is very important to make it easy for people to be
So much of life and travel and experience can be gamified, I am truly surprised at how few games tap into the joy of traveling. I’ll be the first to admit I don’t have much design experience. Creating something from nothing is not a skill I have perfected. As a game developer, I think of myself as an editor. My skills shine when I can help turn something good into something great. Designers are authors through and through.