Does your RPG have better moments in it than some TV shows? Would it be cool to sit on the sofa, beer and pizza on offer, with your friends watching as your orc druid chased after the bandits?
Oliver McNeil has added just one thing to the Storymaster's Tales series and added a whole new dimension, or at least a whole new perception; sight.
In a project that seems ambitious even for a giant like Square Enix, Deep Insanity is lining up all the things to woo geeks.
Niantic, the people who make Pokemon Go possible and who built their infrastructure on one of the world's first location-based augmented reality game, have announced Transformers: Heavy Metal.
Co-founders Joanna and Rivelle have led a successful Kickstarter campaign for an augmented reality app called Cartographr.
The app has a game chat in two modes; one for the game (in character, if you will) and one for outside it (out of character), dice rolling, and it keeps up with game turns.
Essex police aren't too happy about Pokemon Go players milling around.
If you buy some digital dice but don't seem them immediately then D&D Beyond has a typical gamer response; kobolds.
The app can track damage, statue tokens, provide quick access to equipment cards and even generate a random AI force.
It's not usual that a Kickstarter has to reassure potential backers that they don't need real-life combat skills.