4 November 2022
We’re joined this week by Tim Densham of Catastrophe Games, as we discuss his company, their recent games, what’s coming up, and the lessons he’s learned as a publisher over the last few years.
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So let’s talk about Gallipoli, and playing the entire Eastern Front in one sitting, and the history behind the games, and why they’re not all “wargames” but rather “historical games”. Tim explains how his experiences working with Academy Games helped shape his business approach, and how his deployments to Afghanistan helped shape the design of Zurmat and let’s all make fun of how bad at the business side of things Brant was. Oh yeah, and Tim needs some graphics / arts folks, so if that’s your thing, shoot him a line!
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