2023 Summer Break | Episode 302

Listen to this episode on your phone! Photo by john vargues on Unsplash Special episode Engagers! This is your reminder to take a step back of what’s been going on and to get your glass filled with energy once more!   There are many ways to get in touch with Professor Game: Subscribe to Professor Game E-mail Newsletter LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Instagram Ask a question Looking forward to reading or Continue Reading →

Playtesting and Iteration | Episode 300

Listen to this episode on your phone! Photo by Filios Sazeides on Unsplash Episode 300 is here!!! Wow, it’s been a while, many interviews and some solo episodes like this one. Thanks for your support, whether starting just now or continued for many episodes, I appreciate you as an Engager and I’m sure you will continue to find value here. For this episode we close the cycle with playtesting your Continue Reading →

Cristobal Figueroa with Gamification for Family Time | Episode 291

Listen to this episode on your phone! Cristobal Figueroa is a Chilean entrepreneur based in Melbourne. His journey of self-discovery, combined with experiences, passions, and skills, have led him to discover his purpose—to cultivate meaningful connections among families and individuals through the power of play.   Guest Links and Info Web familysquad.com.au Cristobal on LinkedIn On Instagram as @cristofigueroa On Facebook Family Squad on Instagram @familysquad.com.au Family Squad on Facebook Continue Reading →

Sarah Le-Fevre with the Museum of Impossible Things | Episode 288

Listen to this episode on your phone! Sarah Le-Fevre is a Games-based Learning design and delivery professional and certified Lego® Serious Play® Facilitator.  After tiring of creating programs for blue-chip clients that focused almost solely on growth and profit, Sarah made the decision to keep the same audience but shift the focus to learning around sustainability, human flourishing and tackling systemic wicked problems. With a focus on experiential learning, specifically games and learning Continue Reading →