Mazes uses the Polymorph system, which does away with any form of maths. Each Polymorph game player only uses a single polyhedral die: a d4, a d6, a d8, or a d10.
9th Level Games’ MAZES may feature. The game has been nominated for an award.
Each year, as part of Free RPG Day, 9th Level publishes a set of indie games. Later, once Free RPG Day has passed, the company makes the collection available at DriveThruRPG.
Venture Society is a non-violent RPG emphasising social skills; it’s empathy over melee. You can follow the progress on the project page.
Mazes is powered by polymorph – which is a compact yet comprehensive rules framework for roleplaying. It’s designed to provide the full experience of a crunchy RPG, but with minimal setup and prep – all without giving up the fun, mechanical depth of an exciting roleplaying system.
The original Dark Tower board game used an electronic tower and was the centre of a legal battle. As a result, it’s rare and, with the tower model failing, gets even rarer and thus very collectable.
Hydra have coordinated the RPGs for Reproductive Justice bundle. It takes $452+ worth of DriveThruRPG content and makes it available for $20.
A summary of RPGs news from the week as Wizards of the Coast make an important D&D hire, Green Ronin plot Cthulhu content done right, and one of the most significant savings you’re likely to see on DTRPG goes live.
The boxed game will come with a guidebook for educators, therapists and parents to run the game for their groups.
A summary of RPGs news from the week with freebies from WotC and others, indie news, tips and reviews.