Another busy RPG news week, but don't worry as Routinely Itemised as everything divided into quick to read bullet-point summary lists.
Like Kobolds Ate My Baby! and Mazes, Business Wizards uses the Polymorph system. That means the game is rules-lite and designed for narrative play.
Last night, the Indie Game Developer Network ran the 2020 Indie Groundbreaker Awards.
New rules for D&D as Wizards of the Coast test new feats while, behind the scenes, they recruit for a diversity manager. Alternative rules to 5e's race system take the best-seller slot at DriveThruRPG's big sale too.
The 9th Level Games team comprises GMs who have been running games for the publisher in conventions for over 10 years. Given conventions are Covid-cancelled this year, well, what else can these helpful volunteers do?
The 2020 ENnie Judges Spotlight winners and 2020's nominees have been announced.
There are well over 100 different items in the box and over a dozen publishers. Quite a haul!
Gamers, in search of freebies, turn up at these local stores and discover games they wouldn't have otherwise have found.
Geek Native has popped all the runners and riders into a wee database so you can quickly navigate between categories.
Did you think someone would take Kobolds At My Baby and turn it into a musical? Into a loud, cheese rock, style musical? Well, for better or for worse, it has happened.…