Posts Tagged 'games'

Blood bowl: The Other Fantasy Football, Part 1: Warming Up

Blood bowl: The Other Fantasy Football, Part 1: Warming Up

Shouts ring out around one of the main halls in Örebro’s grand old castle – is it a horde of marauding Danes at the gates? No, a more contemporary army has descended on Sweden’s sixth largest city (although some are indeed Danes, and some do maraud). A large group of mainly middle-aged men, some clad in team colours, have come to Örebro to participate in ‘Eurobowl’

Interview: Martin Brouard, executive producer of the game Chariot

Interview: Martin Brouard, executive producer of the game Chariot

By Marie-Pierre Renaud Until February 14th, The Geek Anthropologist is conducting a reader survey  and we are giving participants a chance to win a copy of the game Chariot for the platform of their choice. We are delighted to have the opportunity to share this magnificent and funny game with our readers. It was developed by Frima Studios, the biggest independent video games studio in Canada, located in Quebec city. Martin Brouard, Chariot‘s executive producer, generously took the time to answer a few questions about the game. Here, he discusses the creative process of the team which developed the game, representations of diversity in video games and the choice to feature a female main character in Chariot.