"Lovecraftian weird west steampunk RPG" are all words I like but don't see together very often! They describe Through the Breach the RPG based on Wyrd Games' Maifaux range.
What the expedition discovers beneath the ice is meant for no living man to see, Cyclopean structures and alien landscapes that defy history itself.
Everything you think you know about history is wrong. H.P. Lovecraft knew part of the truth, but even he didn't know enough to survive.
An Air New Zealand tourist jet that vanishes and a search that leads to a previously unknown mountain range in the Antarctic.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there's mixed news with $30,000 injected into the hobby but sadness as Brian Fitzpatrick passes away.
The core of the game is the same as ever: you play a lone, isolated Witness who stumbles upon a cosmic secret and (probably) meets a terrible end.
If you can't die then what's the challenge in the game? Svalbard is a race against time. If the clock beats you, then it's over.
The 72-paged and full-colour bestiary will have more than 40 of these nightmares; from minions to Great Old Ones.
This Call of Cthulhu inspired game-comic is set in the 20s, and you play it by talking to Google. In return, Google Assistant shows you what happens.
H.P. Lovecraft, the racist grandfather of cosmic horror, has his 130th birthday today. He was born on the 20th of August, 1890. He would be 130.