The current goal is $5,000, which has been met. It’s easy to see why. Identity is worth fighting for, but the bundle costs only $5 and offers more than $2,500 worth of indie RPG content.
The Bundle of Holding is running a new Forged in the Dark bundle that’ll be available until December 27th.
Warp Films are working on a Blades in the Dark TV show, as confirmed by John Harper in a Tweet.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs is an RPG news round-up, and this week we look at the steampunk RPG Vulcania, the new D&D playtest material and Nazi occultists harnessing 2d20 power.
Lasers & Feelings is a Name Your Own Price one-page RPG inspired by a song from the geeky music of The Doubleclicks.
Forged in the Dark RPGs are going in number and they’re powered by Blades in the Dark by One Seven.
The new rules for Paragon usage put Agon at the heart of the ecosystem as third-party games cannot quote from the book, only cite mechanics and references by page numbers.
Routinely Itemised takes a look back at the RPG news with the Origins Award restructuring after an RPG boom, D&D Beyond’s top 10 sellers and plenty of new game announcements.
The year is 1968. Two years ago, on January 7, 1966, an alien energy, now known as THE SIGNAL, reached the Earth.
Agon launched on Kickstarter, and it looks great. So let’s first check out the campaign and then come back to what Evil Hat has decided about the crowdfunding platform.