Left a Christmas card to the very last minute? Pop culture site Fun has some free to download geeky Christmas cards.
Random dungeons with a twistier and more organic feel than you'd get from all those carefully aligned square tiles.
52 Fates frees players from the uncontrolled, random results of throwing dice, as they need to make conscious choices on which cards to use, when to use them, which cards to save for later, and how many cards to use in a certain play.
The cards are system-agnostic, and the starter set provides 200 combinations.
Escape Box Games have put together a bundle called Suited: The Full Deck with a batch of otherwise paid-for products and made it free.
Have you ever had a D&D game grind to a halt as players stop to look up the stats of unfamiliar weapons and armour they've just looted?
The concept is simple; draw a card and pick one prompt from the top and one from the bottom and you have a thing to tell your players about.
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.…
Geek Native has flirted with the idea of business cards before. After all, with superhero business card holders like those kicking around, who wouldn’t want some cool looking cards? In this case it would be be useful to have a business card to pop into the mail alongside competition prizes.…
At the time of writing there are a few days left on the clock to back this Kickstarter. It’s asked for £2,000 and is approaching £10,000 which is good nws for the Kicking it Forward.org…