Ten Links in the Chain: Gaming Links (29-DEC-2012)

Time for another links collection before the end of the year!

This group is all about gaming – from new twists on rules or creatures to worldbuilding, random tables, and more. The RPG blogging community is truly a cornucopia of strange and wonderful content, wouldn’t you agree?

1. The Mysteries of Inspiration and Improvisation

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Book Preview: Rifts World Book 1: Vampire Kingdoms (New Revised Edition) by Kevin Siembieda from Palladium Books

Since I was in college, I’ve had a love affair with Palladium Books. We played campaigns that used The Palladium Role-playing Game and Ninjas & Superspies, plus occasional forays into the realms of Rifts, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangeness, Beyond the Supernatural, and others. When the Palladium Fantasy Role-Playing Game came out with . . . → Read More: Book Preview: Rifts World Book 1: Vampire Kingdoms (New Revised Edition) by Kevin Siembieda from Palladium Books

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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