Last month Geek Native patrons voting in the RPG Publisher Spotlight awarded the June title to Samurai Sheepdog.
Chamomile Has Adventures has often featured in the weekly Kickstarter roundup in the RPG news summary Routinely Itemised: RPGs. There's a reason for that. Chamomile will launch 12 Kickstarters in 12 months.
Mara is a webcomic from Stuffed Rock. It's a story of magic, monsters, gods and follows the young Mara, a girl gifted the strength of many.
Can you turn your hobby into a paying job?
VoxStory is a traditional TTRPG made cinematic. Played in a similar way to traditional TTRPGs, VoxStory modernises by allowing players to see their actions play out on a big screen.
Knight of the Sun is an adventure that fully embraces that your party of so-called heroes could go the evil route.
A credit that I've started to see in new RPGs is "sensitivity reader". I think it's fair enough to wonder two things; what do sensitivity readers do? If we're paying for them through the cost of the book, do they make RPGs better?
We are transmedial storytellers, we like to tell stories through first person experiences in which body, mind and heart of the participants are involved at the same time.
Blue Planet was often criticized for having an environmental agenda, and though I always felt that was only one aspect of setting, we are certainly leaning into that intent now as the threats to the Earth's ecology have become existential.
Mythic Table's Kickstarter promises to help integrate the open source virtual tabletop.