An interview with Ken St Andre, designer of the world' second oldest RPG, founder of Trollhalla and a very busy man.
Geek Native's patrons voted for Tomas Herbertson in July's RPG Publisher Spotlight. That means, the illumination of the Spotlight lands on this innovative indie publisher.
You don't have to work hard to persuade me that D&D would be a better and more flexible game if its rules were somehow able to adjust to fit each new supplement.
Petersen Games now makes a range of games, many of them are Cthulhu related with titles like Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Mythos and Unlocking Insanity.
In the RPG Publisher Spotlight this month is In Search of Games. They killed Santa.
The cards are system-agnostic, and the starter set provides 200 combinations.
Prepare to melt some faces and scream like a tiny dragon.
As Dungeons & Dragons, and roleplaying in general, has boomed in recent years so has the demand for custom artwork. Players and DMs are commissioning portraits of characters, hiring cartographers to produce professional maps of homebrew fantasy realms and indie designers invest time looking for illustrators to bring monsters to life.…
An interview with Philip Smith, Head of Osprey Games, the games company moving into RPGs and owned by the publishing giant Bloomsbury.
Righteous Roman praetorians send as a proud task force against mythical monsters or prophecies, for the glory of Rome.