I make games that I want to play – that’s Bandit Camp’s “motto” and what I want to be known for, as someone that does what he does for the joy of it. I don’t make games for you – I make them for me.
Bandit Camp’s Wicked Ones is famous for at least two reasons, if not more. It’s good at being bad, living up to its name to let you play as one of the wicked. It also went free to download, all 320+ pages of it. So, why pay? Hundreds of backers rushed to pay for an […]
We have got the 20 best selling “Family” TTRPGs published this year. What makes a game a Family one, though? The need for kids? Of course not.
Drama again this week with attack lawyers dispatched against Wizards of the Coast, hassles over Kickstarters at Dragonmeet and confusion and concern over the direction Kickstarter itself might be taking.
The game is about making friends, exploring magical courts and places and telling (their words) the “bestest fairy tales” you can.
RPG news summarised from the week that’s just gone with reviews, interviews, bundle deals, competitions and crowdfunding projects.
Relic launched on Kickstarter this week, has met goals, and you can join in on the pitch page.
Geek Native has an exclusive look at the animated versions of the RPG Relic’s titans.
Using the tools in PbtA, all shrunk down to itty-bitty fairy size, we’ve made a little game that’s just bursting with silly adventures for you and your buddies to play together.
You’re trying to build your dungeon, stock it and defend it. You’re trying to follow orders from the master, and those annoying heroes keep invading.