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Andrew S.



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May 20, 2013


What is your earliest gaming memory?

Probably submitting myself to be the filling in a "sofa sandwich" for my brother. I think that's when I learned that roleplay could be used to make people voluntarily degrade themselves.

Is there a favourite game you like to play?

I'm not your typical gamer: as much as I like games, there isn't a game I come back to again and again. I don't think I'd ever pass up an invitation to play Junta though.

What most interests you about the group?

Critiquing and examining why others' games do or don't work is incredibly illuminating. Not only does it make you better at analysing your own work, but it's also very creative and collaborative. It's the best way to progress as a designer as far as I'm concerned.


I'm the game-design half of TerrorBull Games (Tom Morgan-Jones being the other, illustration half). Probably best known, if at all, for War on Terror the board game, but that's old news now (though sadly the policies live on).

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