Supplement Review: Studies of Decay: Zombies by Kristofer Konkel from Rocks Fall Games

Zombies. Love ’em or hate ’em, they’re here to stay. Personally I’m a big fan if they’re done well, whether they appear on the big screen, the small screen, in a book, or at the game table. So when I saw that the folks at Rocks Fall Games had a new zombie-themed-supplement out for Pathfinder, . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Studies of Decay: Zombies by Kristofer Konkel from Rocks Fall Games

Game Review: One Foot in the Grave by Robert Nolan from Creepy Doll Studios

There are four main pillars most of my gaming career is based on… Fantasy, espionage, Cthulhu and zombies. Usually any RPG I play in falls into one of these broad categories. In addition, I tend towards long-form gaming over short-form, preferring campaigns over multiple sessions vs. one night games.

Though there are zombies involved, One . . . → Read More: Game Review: One Foot in the Grave by Robert Nolan from Creepy Doll Studios

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

Supplement Review: 8000 Zombie/Undead Sounds from Lee’s Lists

Yes, that’s right, I’m back to zombies again. They’re not exactly like warm puppies or kittens, but I suspect that – like snowflakes – you are unlikely to see any two zombies that look or sound exactly the same. Well, unless you have a zombie army of clones and they’re all decomposing at the same . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: 8000 Zombie/Undead Sounds from Lee’s Lists

Supplement Review: 100% Crunch: Zombies by Julian Neale from Raging Swan Press

Where are all the pygmy zombies? No offense to anyone with any medical condition causing dwarfism. I’m just wondering where I might find wandering hordes of tiny zombies on a jungle island somewhere waiting for fresh meat to arrive, sort of like a zombie swarm of piranha. (If you’re wondering where my fascination with the . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: 100% Crunch: Zombies by Julian Neale from Raging Swan Press

Supplement Review: So What’s the Zombie Like, Anyway? by Greg Marks from Raging Swan Press

Zombies. What wonderful creatures they are! Dead. Restless. Grotesque. Hungry… And with the success of the graphic novels and subsequent TV series for The Walking Dead I suspect we’ll be enduring zombie hordes for many years to come. I hope that’s the case anyway. I’m a bit of a “zombieholic.” If there’s a book, movie, . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: So What’s the Zombie Like, Anyway? by Greg Marks from Raging Swan Press

The Gassy Gnoll: Three (Plus) Elements of Comedic Necromancy (May of the Dead)

The Gassy Gnoll isn’t much of a comedian. Sure, he can occasionally come up with a witty quote or spontaneously create bad puns like joke grenades (that usually fizzle), but that’s about it. Farting on stage isn’t much of an act, no matter how much movies like Jackass try to make it so. But as . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Three (Plus) Elements of Comedic Necromancy (May of the Dead)

Game Review: The Shotgun Diaries: A Zombie Survival Roleplaying Game by John Wick

Yes, The Shotgun Diaries is an older game, written back in 2009. Yes, it’s probably been reviewed a hundred times before. But I’ve had it in my queue for a while and decided to check it out.

At a mere 16 pages, this is one of the shortest complete RPGs I’ve read, but size really . . . → Read More: Game Review: The Shotgun Diaries: A Zombie Survival Roleplaying Game by John Wick

The Gassy Gnoll: Zombie Horde Edition

You’d never guess that The Gassy Gnoll is a zombie fan, but he is. Ever since he discovered the shambling, stumbling, biting, clawing undead beasts animated by magic, virus, or technology, he knew that zombies were one of the ultimate answers even if we’d quickly forgotten what the question was. (The question may have been: . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Zombie Horde Edition

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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