Roll With Me starts by creating a "room" or joining someone else's. If you know the URL, then you can join the room.
Helpfully, dScryb has launched a module for the challenger virtual tabletop Foundry.
Expensive wrist-mounted Death Stars come with screen-used kyber crystal props if you can afford it. We find out which RPG publisher has a show in development, and it's not D&D, and then we run through freebies, sales and the fate of Black Clover.
Geek Native's amazing Patrons can now vote to put an RPG publisher or creator in the Spotlight.
Partnering with the Open Gaming Network and World Anvil, Mythic Table has launched a Kickstarter to get some full-time developers for the open-source virtual tabletop.
Mythic Table's Kickstarter promises to help integrate the open source virtual tabletop.
Luke Crane is out at Kickstarter, Derek Kolstad talks about his vision for the D&D TV show, and the confirmation of Free RPG Day for 2021 are among this week's highlights.
After a discussion about what is best for Kickstarter and our team, we came to the mutual decision with Luke Crane for him to leave Kickstarter.
NeverEnding CEO, Jamie Van Doren, confirmed to Geek Native that the character generation would add prosthetic options for limbs and even a wheelchair option.
After three months of beta testing with a select group, Roll20 has now opened the beta test of the mobile companion app to Pro Users.