Episode: Mazes and Monsters


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Mazes and Monsters
This episode of Metric is about tabletop game design and play testing. Enter the awkward ass world of Michael explaining to Tim his slack-based Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Hear Tim's crazy interesting foray into play testing and its cross-overs with user onboarding.

In addition to the banter, we touch on:
  • NUIs: natural user interfaces
  • lessons learned by other industries about how games onboard users
  • Tom Hanks in Mazes and Monsters

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Follow Tim Broadwater on Twitter: @uxbear

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