The Resident Evil fandom has a real thirst for more content for their favourite series, and our games have certainly proven to capture the experience of Resident Evil in a way that scratches that itch(y tasty).
I wondered whether all this faith in the Tabletop Scotland team would be tested by the movie and reached out to the convention organisers.
Too often, tabletop minis of females (of any ancestry) rarely wear armour, sensible equipment or clothes.
In this interview, we dare a little close to Lovecraft controversies and talk about All4Two mechanics and the Ozarks. I’m embarrassed to say this Scottish blogger had never heard the word “Ozarks” before…
My working theme is Cat Mafia. I’m really excited about this one, especially the ancient Egyptian expansion, Book of Bastet, where your cat will explore the Pyramids and go up against ancient gods.
Null Signal Games is a games publisher operating as a registered nonprofit company. Our only current product is the expandable card game Netrunner, which we are continuing following the end of its support by its previous publisher, Fantasy Flight Games.
Honeybadger Games are also attending Tabletop Scotland and are a double threat!
Well, we’re looking at our publishing model to find a good way to get contributors paid their worth. We anticipate a lot more creator partnerships or hybrid relationships rather than traditional freelancing agreements.
Marc Burrows is a comedian, Terry Pratchett super-fan, author of the first biography on Sir Terry and will soon give The Magic of Terry Pratchett lecture here in Edinburgh.
Andy Lever is the owner, artist and game designer at Lost Haven Art. Andy’s had work displayed in Japan, worked as an RPG freelancer and even taught art.