Supplement Review: A0: Crow’s Rest Island from AdventureAWeek.com

Yes, I’m more than a bit behind on reviews, but I keep chugging along. This past weekend I had an opportunity to check out A0: Crow’s Rest island from Adventure A Week (AdventureAWeek.com). I’ve been meaning to check their stuff out for nearly a year now, but didn’t have a chance until I received this . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: A0: Crow’s Rest Island from AdventureAWeek.com

App Review: Midgard Atlas for iOS from Open Design and WyvernX

The realms of Wolfgang Baur‘s Midgard setting have been revealed slowly over the last many months as Open Design has been working on a slew of titles – Midgard Campaign Setting tome, Journeys to the West, Midgard Tales, and more… And many of us have been eagerly anticipating learning more about this world we’ve only . . . → Read More: App Review: Midgard Atlas for iOS from Open Design and WyvernX

Game Review: Critical!: Go Westerly by Geoff Bottone and Jonathan Lavallee from Firestorm Ink, Part 1

Somewhere between Terry Pratchett’s Discworld, Douglas Adams‘ Magrathea, and the twisted mind of Neil Gaiman lies the world of Critical!: Go Westerly by Geoff Bottone and Jonathan Lavallee. This is a book to be savored slowly over a few readings so you manage to catch 80% of the puns, and even after the first two . . . → Read More: Game Review: Critical!: Go Westerly by Geoff Bottone and Jonathan Lavallee from Firestorm Ink, Part 1

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 11-MAY-2012

Happy Friday everybody!

Next week is my 42nd birthday (too many candles or the fire department will show up), which means I will be as old as the ultimate answer to the ultimate question of “Life, the Universe, and Everything” according to Douglas Adams. Yes, the answer is 42, though we still don’t know the . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 11-MAY-2012

App Review: Player Minion from Goathead Software

Though I’m late in coming to the 4E party, I’ve been enjoying my time and am currently playing my 2nd and 3rd 4E campaigns with Jason, Mark, and the rest of the gang. When I came into Mark’s campaign, I was given a 4E character sheet printed from the old Character Builder that was slipped . . . → Read More: App Review: Player Minion from Goathead Software

Supplement Review: Enemies of NeoExodus: The Folding Circle from LPJ Design

Ever since gamers went online and began publishing their own materials, it’s been truly astounding to see the diversity and creativity of some of those ideas. And when the PDF marketplace went crazy, the floodgates opened up in an almost Darwinian fashion and many small publishing efforts have risen and fallen over the years. One . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Enemies of NeoExodus: The Folding Circle from LPJ Design

Adventure Review: Party of One: Kalgor Bloodhammer and the Ghouls Through the Breach by Matthew J. Hanson from Open Design

Many moons ago, when I was but a lad, I think I read every single Choose Your Own Adventure book at the public library and my elementary school library. Once I got to junior high, I discovered D&D and I was off to the races -but those CYOA books offered a great introduction to some . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Party of One: Kalgor Bloodhammer and the Ghouls Through the Breach by Matthew J. Hanson from Open Design

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 30-MAR-2012

First thing I have to say is that I’m sorry this issue is a bit light (but only a little) on content. I’m exhausted after several days at a software conference and I haven’t had time to peruse the usual sources for cool news and tidbits that I usually do during the week. It’s not . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 30-MAR-2012

The Gassy Gnoll: Bits of Paper

This Gassy Gnoll is an old fashioned kind of gnoll combined chimera-style with a technologist. It’s an odd combination, let me tell you. (Gnoll hair is greasy and it smudges up my phone and iPad screens like you wouldn’t believe…)

In an age when PDFs enter the field of published resources daily, I find myself . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Bits of Paper

News from Around the Net: 7-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Crafty Games)

It’s been a long week already, but I can’t let it go by without at least mentioning the passing of Steve Jobs. I’m not an Apple guy, yet I own two iPod Touches and an iPad and use my iPad every day. Way back when, we owned an Apple ][+ and I worked in a . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 7-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Crafty Games)

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