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Course Name: Conceiving a New Game: Tips for Aspiring Designers

Subtitle: A collection of tips for aspiring designers about the process of conceiving new games. Find a free coupon!

Instructor: Taught by Lewis Pulsipher, Commercially Published Game Designer, College Teacher

Category: Design

Subcategory: Game Design

Provided by: Udemy

Price: $35 (before discount)

Free coupon code: See above (no charge for coupon)

Review info & popularity

As of July 14, 2016…

Students: 1361 students enrolled

Ratings: 26 reviews

Rank: ranked #170a in Udemy Design Courses

Brief course description

This is a collection of tips for aspiring designers who are conceiving new games. It isn’t as simple as you might think (at least, if you want to do well).

As of summer 2016, this is a free class with appropriate coupon. As such, it is not typical of one of my not-for-free classes. One difference is that this is more like an anthology, many pieces written independently, than like a book written for one purpose. Though I’m the “author” in both cases.nSo this free class does not have the flow toward a specific result that those not-for-free classes have.nMy not-for-free classes, having been planned from the beginning as coherent wholes, are fundamentally “better” than these free classes. Because of that difference between anthology and single-purpose.

What you get is valuable information, but in small packets. Like short stories rather than a novel.

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Lewis Pulsipher bio

Dr. Lewis Pulsipher (Wikipedia: “Lewis Pulsipher”; “Britannia (board game)”; “Archomental” ) is the designer of half a dozen commercially published boardgames. His game “Britannia” is described in an Armchair General review “as one of the great titles in the world of games.” Britannia was also one of the 100 games highlighted in the book “Hobby Games: the 100 Best”. He has over 17,000 classroom hours of teaching experience including teaching video game design and production, and over 20 years of part-time graduate teaching experience. His book “Game Design: How to Create Video and Tabletop Games, Start to Finish” (McFarland) focuses on practical advice for beginning game designers, about how you actually create and complete game designs. He also contributed to the books “Tabletop: Analog Game Design,” “Hobby Games: the 100 Best,” “Family Games: the 100 Best.” His game design blog has been active since 2004, and he is a contributor and “expert blogger” on Gamasutra, the #1 site for professional video game developers. His latest published game is the 2011 reissue with additions of “Dragon Rage,” originally published in 1982. Three new versions of Britannia, including a 90-120 minute version and a diceless version, are forthcoming, as well as several other games from Worthington Publishing and others. His Viking adventure game “Sea Kings” was published by Worthington in August 2015. Lew has a Ph.D. in military and diplomatic history from Duke University, from ancient days when degrees in media, computer networking, or game design did not exist–nor did IBM PCs. In 2012 he was a speaker at the East Coast Game Conference, PrezCon, Origins Game Fair, and World Boardgaming Championships. Long ago he was contributing editor for White Dwarf and Dragon magazines, and publisher of various game fanzines. In 2013 he was Industry Insider Guest of Honor at GenCon, and in 2014 is again speaker at the ECGC.

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Final details for this Udemy course

Languages: English

Skill level: Beginner Level

Lectures: 20 lessons

Duration: 2.5 hours of video

What you get: Understanding what games are really about is a major goal

Target audience: Anyone who is interested in designing games (video or tabletop)

Requirements: No prerequisite other than knowledge of games and an open mind

Access: Lifetime access

Peace of mind: 30 day money back guarantee

Availability: available online, as well as on iOS and Android

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