Some of D&D's new books will be in a print format we've never seen before.
Niantic, the people who make Pokemon Go possible and who built their infrastructure on one of the world's first location-based augmented reality game, have announced Transformers: Heavy Metal.
Tech company Foundry Six work with companies like Sony and Paramount on Augmented Reality. Today they've launched a Kickstarter for Arealm, and it is targeted at tabletop gamers who use video chat.
The 78-card Tarot deck is inspired by the Rider Waite deck illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith in 1909 and yet intertwined with the latest technology with an app suitable for beginners and more experienced readers.
SendingStone is a web-based solution designed to rid you of the jumble of other apps you might use to recreate the tabletop experience online.
Co-founders Joanna and Rivelle have led a successful Kickstarter campaign for an augmented reality app called Cartographr.
Ever wanted to have a Lovecraftian horror rise through the gaming table to scare the daylights out of your Cthulhu investigators? Ardent's the app for that.
In Minecraft Earth walking down a sidewalk might be a walk through a diamond mine and a visit to the park might be race through skirmishing skeletons.
Ben Doran’s idea is to help DMs put the magic back into magic chests or even those chests you get at the end of a battle. Rather than risk forgetting to put some exotic loot in your notes for the Moglan magic item cards let the players get a more visual experience and something to be excited over.…
Niantic, the company behind Ingress, recently scored its independence from Google. Players had previously been worried about that the End Game project was… a rival game, not an end to Ingress, Niantic had (mostly) successfully reassured people.…