Tuesday, 10 December 2013

#boardgamersask Daniel Solis

Hi folks, this weeks LIVE #BoardGamersAsk guest is an multiple award-winning designer Daniel Solis!

Daniel is a game designer who has designed Happy Birthday, Robot! and Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple, both published by Evil Hat Productions and Smart Play Games. His most recent game is the card game Belle of the Ball which is being published by Dice Hate Me Games.

He does layout and graphic design for a wide range of games. Board game credits include Race to Adventure, Zeppelin Armada and Velociraptor! Cannibalism! Role-playing game credits include Reign, Delta Green, Freemarket, Shelter in Place, Houses of the Blooded and Lacuna.

He and his wife founded the Thousand-Year Game Design Challenge. A now-concluded competition for a $1,000 to create a game that will be played and enjoyed for the next thousand years. The challenge encouraged designers to think about the longevity, universality, elegance and sustainability of their games. More about the challenge at http://www.thousandyeargame.com

He is also associate creative director at an advertising agency.
So the big question is how does #BoardGamersAsk work?

It's simple, we will announce a guest interviewee and give you a little bit of their background info. To take part in the live interview just be on twitter at the time and day listed below:

Every Friday - start times are:
7pm (GMT)
11am (PST)
12pm (MST)
1pm (CST)
2pm (EST)

To ask them a question just use hash-tag #BoardGamersAsk . To see what everyone else is asking or to see the answers being given by our guest just search for the same hashtag!

If you miss the event (try not to :-) don't worry we will put together the highlights for the interview and post them on this site.

For one hour every week, #BoardGamersAsk is your chance to ask questions of the "people behind the digital meeples"

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