This time I’m talking with Dan Letzring of Letiman Games about his most recently funded game, The Neverland Rescue. Dan discusses choices made before and during the campaign, lessons learned, and post-campaign production. We also have a tease about two new projects Dan is involved in. Dan is always a great guest and it’s a fun interview. I know you will enjoy it. Leave a comment below or tweet me – @tomgurg.
I want to remind everyone that Go Forth And Game is the official podcast of The Inquisitive Meeple. iMeeple is run by Ryan Sanders. We are partnering to bring you more quality game related content. Here’s some information about The Inquisitive Meeple.
What is The Inquisitive Meeple?
The Inquisitive Meeple has performed 250+ interviews since its 2014 inception. It originally started with the mission to get the story behind specific tabletop games via in-depth interviews. It has since expanded its mission over the years to include design advice, publisher, and artist interviews and articles. Along with the occasional preview/review thrown in. A geeklist of links for all the interviews can be found, by clicking here.
Who is The Inquisitive Meeple?
Born with cardboard in his veins and raised by wild meeples…. no… that’s not right…let’s start again. The Inquisitive Meeple is Ryan Sanders, a stay-at-home dad, father of 5 (what!?) and blessed to have a wife that loves playing board games as much as he does (and no she isn’t writing this). Those that have been interviewed by Ryan know that the “inquisitive” part, of his nom de plume, is very appropo. Though contrary to just about everyone’s belief (due to his logo, Meeps), he doesn’t wear hats. Rumor has it, that he originally wanted to call the blog, The Great North American Meeple. Ryan got into hobby gaming back in December 2004 when he received Lost Cities and Bohnanza for Christmas presents and he’s never been the same since.
You can find Ryan on Twitter @inquiry_meeple
Also I’m a proud member of The Indie Game Report Network. We are a collection of podcasts, videocasts, and blogs the bring you the latest in gaming goodness.
About The Indie Game Report (TIGR)
The Indie Game Report started in 2016, as a spin-off of The Inquisitive Meeple, when the old site went dormant. Fairway, who at the time was on staff at The Inquisitive Meeple, started TIGR. I soon followed and posted articles there as well (many of these articles can be found on this site now). The Inquisitive Meeple will continue to cross-post many of the articles with TIGR and is currently considered to be part of The Indie Game Report Network.