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Mike Selinker
Mike Selinker
(Biography)
Position Titanic Games Lead Designer

Mike Selinker is a game designer whose design credits include Pirates of the Spanish Main and Fightball with James Ernest, Axis & Allies Revised Edition with Larry Harris, the Marvel Super Heroes Adventure Game, and Risk Godstorm. He was a creative director for the 3rd edition of Dungeons & Dragons and the Harry Potter Trading Card Game. As a puzzle maker, he created the fictional police officer Lt. Nodumbo for GAMES World of Puzzles. He is a founder of the Lone Shark Games design studio with James Ernest, LIVE/WIRE with Tim Beach, and the Maze of Games with Teeuwynn Woodruff. He also has written a number of poker books such as Dealer's Choice: The Complete Handbook of Saturday Night Poker, with James Ernest and Phil Foglio.

Selinker won three 2005 Origins Awards for Pirates, Axis & Allies: D-Day, and Betrayal at House on the Hill. His game Alpha Blitz was Games Magazine's 1998 Word Game of the Year. He is a member of the National Puzzlers' League under the nom Slik.[1]

Mike currently serves as Lead Designer for Paizo's board-game arm, Titanic Games. His contributions to the Pathfinder line of products includes the wildly popular Harrow Deck which was released as part of the Pathfinder Chronicles series.

Pathfinder creditsEdit

Title Date Volume (Page)
Gold Goblin"The Gold Goblin" 0808August 2008 PF13 (56)
Harrow"Harrow" 0802February 2008 PF7 (58)
Harrow DeckHarrow Deck 0802February 2008 HD
See also: Category:Works by Mike Selinker

ReferencesEdit

  1. Wikipedia.org. (November 15, 2007). Mike Selinker, Wikipedia.


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