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Tabletop: Analog Game Design

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Tabletop: Analog Game Design
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ISBN/ASIN: 1257870602
ISBN-13: 9781257870608
Number of pages: 206

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In this volume, people of diverse backgrounds talk about tabletop games, game culture, and the intersection of games with learning, theater, and other forms. Some have chosen to write about their design process, others about games they admire, others about the culture of tabletop games and their fans. The results are various and individual, but all cast some light on what is a multivarious and fascinating set of game styles.

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