Cards Review: Tavern Cards Kickstarter

Earlier this year, I backed the Tavern Cards Kickstarter from Hannah Lipsky (Swordgleam of Chaotic Shiny fame). It funded back in mid-February 2013 and I just received my cards at the end of January 2014. I was excited about the project because it combined two things I really like – random generation and easy-to-use RPG . . . → Read More: Cards Review: Tavern Cards Kickstarter

Interview: Chris Haskins of Tiny Zombies and Nord Games

A little while ago I heard about the Kickstarter for Tiny Zombies from Nord Games. And, as a zombie fan, I was intrigued. ๐Ÿ™‚ 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 . . . → Read More: Interview: Chris Haskins of Tiny Zombies and Nord Games

Game Review: PACS (The Pocket Adventures Card System) by Ben Kanelos of Dorkmen Games

A couple of months ago, Ben Kanelos of Dorkmen Games dropped me a note and asked if I’d like to take a look at a RPG that fits into a deck of cards. It’s called PACS – the Pocket Adventures Card System – and he’s self-published it via DriveThruCards. Considering I’m always looking for ways . . . → Read More: Game Review: PACS (The Pocket Adventures Card System) by Ben Kanelos of Dorkmen Games

Ten Links in the Chain: Kickstarter (21-DEC-2012)

Happy Mayan Apocalypse Day! Or if you rather, Happy Winter Solstice Day! If neither of those work, we can go with a simple Happy Holidays and leave it at that. ๐Ÿ™‚

If the world hasn’t ended yet, you might be interested in a few Kickstarters bouncing around these days.

1. Caveat Emptor, Kickstarter-style and A . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Kickstarter (21-DEC-2012)

NaGaDeMon 2012: Pick a Few Cards…

Ok, so last time I talked a bit about the concept behind the game and already feel like I’m falling behind on the month of design work. Will it be completely done by the end of NaGaDeMon? Probably not. But there will be some playtests and maybe I’ll have enough cards to have a good . . . → Read More: NaGaDeMon 2012: Pick a Few Cards…

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 14-SEP-2012

Is it just me or does my week often feel like I’m trapped in a Daffy Duck cartoon? I suspect I’ve ho ha ha guarded myself into a few issues without too much trouble.

Daffy Duck: [using his quarterstaff] Ho! Ha ha! Guard! Turn! Parry! Dodge! Spin! Ha! Thrust! [hits log with staff, causing it . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 14-SEP-2012

Product Review: Dungeonmorph Dice and Cards from Inkwell Ideas

When I first heard about the whole geomorph mapping paradigm in early 2011, it was at Dyson Logos’ blog – A Character For Every Game – but I came to discover only recently that they are a very old idea originally created by Gary Gygax himself. There was a series of books from TSR in . . . → Read More: Product Review: Dungeonmorph Dice and Cards from Inkwell Ideas

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

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