Flying Buffalo is being sold to an undisclosed backer. The news was revealed in a post on Trollbridge by current owner Steve Crompton.
Created by Ken St Andre, Tunnels & Trolls was inspired by D&D and came out shortly afterwards. It's still going, and Ken is still active.
It's the run-up to D&D Live 2021, and Wizards of the Coast find themselves in hot water. Renegade and Paradox have pushed turbo on Vampire: The Masquerade, and while Kickstarter activity is down in launches, it's up in requests.
We must all stand against racism in all its forms and that involves being hostile to racists.
Another busy RPG news week, but don't worry as Routinely Itemised as everything divided into quick to read bullet-point summary lists.
An interview with Ken St Andre, designer of the world' second oldest RPG, founder of Trollhalla and a very busy man.
Trollhalla Press' founder, Ken St Andre, wrote the second traditional tabletop RPG. Tunnels & Trolls came out a year after D&D.
The original Toughest Dungeon was published back in 1980, not by Flying Buffalo, but by the (original) Judges Guild. The new version has been released by Trollhalla Press and is 48 pages long.
Another RPG Kickstarter of note. This time it’s Tunnels & Trolls and this game really does have a strong claim to fame. It was the second RPG published in the States and it beat Dungeons & Dragons to print in the UK.…