GC174 Game Dev with Meg Stivison

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I have always wanted to design a board game, but I lack the focus, attention, and discipline to do so.  So I decided to do the next best thing.  I started looking for people who had developed their own games.  that leads me to this weeks episode with Meg Stivison.

Meg was trying to capture a sense of fun.  While relating the experience of ordering food while not speaking the language.

Game Description

Takeout is a social set-building card game for 2-4 players. In Takeout, players are a group of young backpackers in a tiny noodle shop down an alley in China. Although none of you speak Chinese, you’re determined to sample authentic Chinese cuisine. The object of the game is to get one dish of each flavor (sweet, sour, salty, spicy and bitter) and a cold drink into your meal, before any of your friends do. Use your superior chopstick skills or a Mandarin-English phrasebook to attack your friends.

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