You can slide into the tabletop and view it from a first-person perspective.
There's countless undead in this world, but they're slumbering in the snow and ice unless a dozen or more humans get together.
Sirens: Battle of Bards has a Project We Love tag from Kickstarter, is endorsed by Luke Gygax, the first celeb guest writer announced was none other than the fantastic Deborah Ann Woll, and they've more partners in place than a Gen Con hall.
Dawn of the Necromancer is a 5e campaign from the OSR GM and occasional movie fight choreographer John Harmston.
Corsairs of Cthulhu is a rules and setting supplement to the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game and focuses on the period between 1650 and 1730 CE.
Dungeon Full Dive shows your virtual hands, the tabletop and also lets you step into the game world to watch and direct the action.
The Beyond the Storm expansion adds 200 more illustrated pages and they contain the New World setting, in-depth rules, new Heroic Arts and equipment, airships, new creatures and more help for the Narrator.
Pacesetting Games & Simulations are back on Kickstarter with a standard and collectors edition of Endless Encounters: Dungeons for D&D 5e and B/X.
This first book in the series is over 100 pages long, has 5 new races, 4 new subclasses, new spells and introduces the gritty fantasy setting.
With Grim Hollow: The Monster Grimoire, the Australian publishers are leaning into their strengths and focusing on grimdark monsters and art. They've already scooped a "Project We Love" label and smashed their US$20,000 goal with US$130,000 pledged in hours.