In response to the Covid-19 crisis, Ulisses Spiele has made that English language version of The Dark Eye a Pay What You Want game at DriveThruRPG.
The latest round of Dungeons & Dragons playtesting from Wizards of the Coast is out. Unearthed Arcana dabbles in tattoos.
A week worth of RPG news bundled into a series of handy bullet-point lists.
Fading Suns is a respected sci-fi space opera. Ancient jumpgates connect a medieval-style empire together, noble houses, guilds and religious sects.
Chaosium has released a systems reference document which sets out those rules you can include in your own game.
XenoShyft has an aliens feel to it. It's a deck-building game and a resource management game at the same time, and the challenge is to get the balance right so you can withstand nine waves of, increasingly challenging, alien assault.
Characters in the game aren't just humans trying to save the planet but monsters and demons too. After all, says the game, these creatures call Earth home as well.
Rather nicely, this is a game you could play remotely with friends over Houseparty, Skype, Discord video, Google Hangouts, etc.
Tabletop Scotland has revealed that their new dates will be 10th and 11th October 2020, at the Dewars Centre in Perth.
Amazing Tales was the most popular family RPG of 2018 on DriveThruRPG and is one of the bookshop's few adamantine best sellers.