As it's Friday, it means RPG news in summary form. Routinely Itemised doesn't just summarise Geek Native's own content.
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.
ICON is inspired by the vast open unknown of wildernesses sometimes encountered in anime, video games and mythic fantasy.
If you've any recommendations for games available on Itch.io, today's the day to share them with friends. It's a great way to support the community.
Role is a virtual tabletop and community which took over $100,000 in a Kickstarter campaign.
One week of RPG news: A battle in the Gygax family of D&D's legacy, too sexy vampires and a game designer disowning their award-winning edgelord adventure.
The Lancer core rules are nominated for Best Electronic Book. The indie sci-fi RPG ran a very successful Kickstarter, taking in $432,029 in funding from 9,440 backers and then publishing to critical praise.
The 2020 ENnie Judges Spotlight winners and 2020's nominees have been announced.
Geek Native reviewed Lancer at the start of the year, the mecha RPG-meets-skirmish strategy game from Massif Press and liked it. The original RPG is the result of a successful Kickstarter which has fulfilled in digital and has the core rules at the printers.…
I think Lancer is equally suited to one-off game as it is a mega-campaign that lasts for years.