Factory workers crowd sweating into cable cars, hoping their pay will last the week. Aerodynes roar above them, bearing the rich to luminous towers.
In the game, you can lie to reality and do so to steal from different timelines. Your return home goes wrong. You're in the right dimension but wrong time, not the 31st-century but the 21st.
Adventures in the Faraway Sea involve a floating shantytown banked by an endless chain of mysterious and ever-changing islands. Oh, and animal people.
In this article, we've got three things to look forward to, an introduction to the A Book of Many Heroes, a new 5e supplement on Kickstarter, an exclusive preview of it and then Dev taking us through an example.
An UK Games Expo favourite, nominated for Best Strategy Game at the 2016 event, Sandwich Masters will be on display with games with the creators also available.
Does your RPG have better moments in it than some TV shows? Would it be cool to sit on the sofa, beer and pizza on offer, with your friends watching as your orc druid chased after the bandits?
The Stargazer's Guide to Aroria introduces the setting's new races, subclasses and the Zodiac character creation system to 5e.
In time for Call of Cthulhu's 40th birthday, Polyglot Studios have a range of Cthulhu and mythos models as rewards for a Kickstarter.
Injuries and Vile Deeds has a fresh take on combat, and I was able to speak to Josh Rosing, the designer, about it.
At night, you dream. Your dreams are not idle imaginings, but visits to a persistent world of wonders and dangers both personal and alien.