The August 2022 winner of the Patreon-voted RPG Publisher Spotlight is Izegrim Creations.
There’s money flowing in all sorts of directions in this week’s RPG news and shop fronts stepping away from NFTs. All the acronyms, huh? Oh, and Dark Souls news.
Izegrim Creations, the publisher of Chromatic Dungeons, the OSR-vibe with modern sensitivities, has announced a $1,000 prize. The announcement from Rod Waibel states that the contest is open to small time indie publishers, people who are a US citizen and at least 18 years old. “Small time” indie publisher isn’t defined, but the entry method […]
RPG news at bullet-point speed as we look at where D&D might be going next, free Call of Cthulhu for year 40 and a host of promising new games.
A busy week of RPG news summarised and segmented into bullet-point lists. TSR Games are gone, conventions are here, but without masks.
As OSR fans might argue, there’s a concept of “rulings, not rules”, and therefore the feel of an old school game isn’t tied to the game mechanics era.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary column, and this week we look at TSR Games (3) threatening OSR communities, new RPGs hitting digital and physical shelves, RPG reviews and discoveries.
Chromatic Dungeons TTRPG. Bringing the old school feel of TSR era gaming into the modern community. That is, an OSR clone, with the feel of old school gaming, but with modern sensibilities of game design applied, and to be presented to be welcoming and representative of just how diverse our gaming community has become since the 80s.
It’s a busy week of RPG news, and a quick scan will stop you missing out on the free D&D downloads from Wizards of the Coast and others, or any of the new releases and headlines.