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Episode 148: Far East Bay

August 18th, 2018 | 2:00 pm ET

Johnnemann Nordhagen, creator of 'Where the Water Tastes Like Wine,' joins the podcast to discuss vignette storytelling, having proper expectations for your game's release, and more.

Johnnemann Nordhagen, founder of Dim Bulb Games and creator of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, joins the show. Having recently displayed his game at the Smithsonian American Art Museum Arcade, we discuss the honor of being showcased as a piece of American art and the uniqueness of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, including its vignette storytelling style.

We also talk about Jonnemann’s popular postmortem for the game, leading to a greater discussion about the importance of creating postmortems to help your peers, setting up proper expectations about the success of your game, and Johnnemann choosing to move from San Francisco to Santa Fe due to the Bay Area’s rising cost of living and loss of character over the decades.

Lastly, we converse about the importance of independent and experimental games in pushing the medium forward.

Games include Where the Water Tastes Like Wine.

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