Game Review: Quantum Flux by Kieran Kowalski from 6d6 RPG

Though I don’t read much sci-fi these days, I’m still a big fan of films in the genre. Sprinkle in some horror and I’ll probably go see it if the trailer looks good enough. The golden standard is of course Ridley Scott‘s 1979 masterpiece Alien, and though many films have attempted to achieve the same . . . → Read More: Game Review: Quantum Flux by Kieran Kowalski from 6d6 RPG

News from Around the Net: 9-SEP-11

Are short weeks more brutal than long ones? Sometimes it sure seems that way!

Part of it must be the somber reminders of 9/11 on it’s 10th anniversary this Sunday. Hard to believe it’s been that long. But it’s something I know I’ll never forget. Some images you just can’t unsee. But it’s fitting that . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 9-SEP-11

Game Review: 6d6 Outbreak! by Ben Jackson from 6d6 RPG

Originally for this review I was going to focus on the 6d6 Core rules by Chris Tregenza and 6d6 RPG, but I quickly realized that there wasn’t a good way to review the rules by themselves without an application. I love having the core rules in a book by themselves as a reference, but it’s . . . → Read More: Game Review: 6d6 Outbreak! by Ben Jackson from 6d6 RPG

Book Review: Mince Pies & Murder by Chris Tregenza and 6d6 RPG

Mysteries and sleuthing. The two go together like Abbott and Costello or the Earth and the Moon, pushing and pulling at each other to make waves. And you can’t leave detectives out of the mix either – from the amazing observational skills of Sherlock Holmes to Shaggy and Scooby-Doo stumbling onto clues like a couple . . . → Read More: Book Review: Mince Pies & Murder by Chris Tregenza and 6d6 RPG

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