Have you ever wanted to design your own tabletop game? Got a great idea for a board game, but haven’t got a clue how to go about making one? Have you designed their first game, but can’t figure out why it isn’t working like you want it to? Do you just want to know more about how we design games? Join us for our Introduction to Game Design Courses and we’ll tell you want you want to know!
This ticket grants you access to a full day with Sophie and James from Needy Cat Games. If you don’t know, they’re the brains behind bestselling tabletop games such as Hellboy: The Board Game, Blitz Bowl, Adeptus Titanicus and many more!
This is the second of three courses designed to give you an insight into our design process and help you achieve your own game design goals. Each one is limited to twelve places, so you’ll have plenty of time to engage with us directly and ask us any questions you have!
This course will feature:
A morning of game design theory, presented in a fun, informative and interactive fashion.
A slap-up lunch, as well as hot and cold drinks, biscuits and snacks throughout the day.
An afternoon of workshops and exercises.
A take-home game design pack themed around that day’s course, featuring things like blank components, templates, printouts, reading lists and other freebies.
PLUS an invitation to join us at a local pub afterwards, to unwind and chat about the day.
What We’ll Cover
Course 2 will cover subjects such as:
The stages of game development.
Internal vs external playtesting.
The importance of feedback.
Establishing a playtesting group.
How to iterate your design.
For this course, we ask attendees to bring a game they have designed. Don’t worry about bringing something perfect! During the day we will give you the chance to test and develop your game with our assistance.
This event will take place on Saturday 22nd June 2019, from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
All of our courses will be taking place at Minor Oak Coworking, a lovely open environment with lots of light and plenty of space for everyone to spread out.
Minor Oak is based in Sneinton Market, which is a ten minute walk from Nottingham city centre. It’s close to a number of excellent bars, restaurants and hotels, so if you’d like to stay overnight you’ll have plenty to do!
For venue details including how to get there and parking, check out their website.
Attendees must be 18+.