There are four main pillars most of my gaming career is based on… Fantasy, espionage, Cthulhu and zombies. Usually any RPG I play in falls into one of these broad categories. In addition, I tend towards long-form gaming over short-form, preferring campaigns over multiple sessions vs. one night games.
Though there are zombies involved, One . . . → Read More: Game Review: One Foot in the Grave by Robert Nolan from Creepy Doll Studios
A little while ago I heard about the Kickstarter for Tiny Zombies from Nord Games. And, as a zombie fan, I was intrigued. Why were the zombies so tiny, I wondered? What was the object of such a game?
So when an opportunity came up to chat with one of the designers, Chris Haskins at . . . → Read More: Interview: Chris Haskins of Tiny Zombies and Nord Games
Yes, that’s right, I’m back to zombies again. They’re not exactly like warm puppies or kittens, but I suspect that – like snowflakes – you are unlikely to see any two zombies that look or sound exactly the same. Well, unless you have a zombie army of clones and they’re all decomposing at the same . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: 8000 Zombie/Undead Sounds from Lee’s Lists
Here’s a new effort I’ve been working on – combining a Dyson Logos-style map with a bit of description for each location. Though this is a bit larger than a Five Room Dungeon, I’m using the same general concepts, keeping things simple with the eventual goal of fleshing this out further.
It is a work . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: Throne of the Missing King
Over the last few weeks I’ve been pondering all sorts of demented article titles for the May of the Dead blog carnival being hosted by The Going Last Gaming Podcast site throughout May 2012. Some of the possibilities so far have stuck with me in entertaining ways so you’ll likely see a few make an . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Ghouls Gone Wild (May of the Dead Blog Carnival)