As voted for by Patreons, those geeks who tip Geek Native each month and are excellent people, Gallant Knight Games are in the RPG Publisher Spotlight.
Suburban Consumption of the Monstrous is an anthology of horror LARPs, all meant to be played at home around a dinner table.
Grim & Perilous Studios are a group of independent contractors who collaborate on creating, reviewing, and playing games for ourselves, as well as other companies on a for-hire basis.
I spoke to Kyle Tinga, the creator of the horror game End of the Line, about it and about Itchfunding.
Netflix will air an animation called the Usagi Chronicles, a series based on Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo comics. Which publisher produces a best-selling Powered by the Apocalypse Usagi Yojimbo RPG? Yep, that's Sanguine.
Geek Native can undoubtedly confirm that ads for the spinner dice that use the same images from Kickstarter appear on Facebook.
When Matt Colville announced that MCDM would start a magazine, he was very clear about the commercial requirements. Arcadia would need to be a success, and the first few issues would be a test.
It's with great satisfaction that we can focus on Trash Mob Minis this month. It's a small company riding the wave of paper/virtual minis as the tabletop hobby grows, matures and evolves.
Polarity owned Magnetic Press had set up a company, Magnetic Press Play, to get into tabletop games.
In the interview, we talk about inclusion, diversity, accessibility, why the name Grace Collins might be familiar if you read US news and the Harmony Magic system.