Interview: Jim Pinto of Post World Games

Back in January I stumbled on Jim Pinto’s Kickstarter for A Gallery of Rogues: Solomon Guild from Post World Games (a review will be coming eventually) and was hooked immediately. My gaming style has always been less about the system and more about the setting, so I love perusing open-ended supplements for fantasy worlds. Each . . . → Read More: Interview: Jim Pinto of Post World Games

Guest Post: Tattoos, Poetry and Why Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG is like… Lost?

by Jason Anarchy – creator of Drinking Quest

I’ve always been the GM. I love RPG game nights and it really seemed like the only way that everyone would get together. Since I was young I would make RPG game systems that focused on only the best elements of a gameplay system keeping it simple . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Tattoos, Poetry and Why Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG is like… Lost?

Publisher Interview: Patrick Kapera and Alex Flagg of Crafty Games

A few months ago, like setting a message in a bottle, I asked Patrick Kapera and Alex Flagg of Crafty Games if they might answer a few questions. And, like the tides of Earth, the tides of the Internet brought that bottle back to Game Knight Reviews!

But I’ll let the Q&A speak for itself…

. . . → Read More: Publisher Interview: Patrick Kapera and Alex Flagg of Crafty Games

The First Anniversary of Game Knight Reviews! Prizes! Giveaways! Free Stuff!

Yes, you read that right… Amazingly enough, September 15, 2011 marks the one year anniversary of Game Knight Reviews. It’s been an amazing ride so far and I look forward to seeing what the next year will bring! And yes, there are giveaways galore for you, but I want to get the boring stuff out . . . → Read More: The First Anniversary of Game Knight Reviews! Prizes! Giveaways! Free Stuff!

The Gassy Knoll: The Angry Birds RPG Theory

A few weeks ago I ran across an article going in depth explaining why the game Angry Birds has been so popular and successful from a human factors standpoint (“Why Angry Birds is so successful and popular: a cognitive teardown of the user experience” by Charles L. Mauro on the Pulse>UX Blog). Author Charles Mauro . . . → Read More: The Gassy Knoll: The Angry Birds RPG Theory

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