The multiverse is scary and dangerous, so while in Interdimensional Shenanigans, you have to balance risk with looking cool to succeed.
Craig Campbell and Nerdburger have been going great guns. The indie publisher has been prolific with well-received and original games.
RPG news is routinely itemised in this weekly bullet point collection, complete with illustrations, graphs and a hidden adventure game.
A summary of RPGs news from the week Cynthia Williams becomes the boss of D&D and Wizards of the Coast, Zine Month launches, and the One Ring RPG gets a release date.
We have got the 20 best selling “Family” TTRPGs published this year. What makes a game a Family one, though? The need for kids? Of course not.
Craig Campbell and NerdBurger games have had a string of acclaimed Kickstarter successes. The latest campaign, Secrets of the Vibrant Isle, is a solo tabletop RPG.
Did you miss out on the Good Strong Hands in lovely hardback? Fear not, Geek Native patrons will get a free digital copy.
Characters can be animals, pixies, objects like suits of armour brought to life or even a human ally who has found themselves in the world.
Geek Native was fortunate enough to quickly catch up with Craig Campbell, the founder of NerdBurger Games and designer of the RPG Good Strong Hands.
Roll20 price increase, D&D movie starts to film, and a US court throws out a legal case against Gen Con. It’s been a week of RPG news!