You're paying for a subscription-like Spotify, and Netflix lets you access a library of RPG content. Like those platforms, you don't get your own copy. You merely have it while it's there but are not capped either.
The system procedurally generates entire dungeons and other fantasy landscapes suitable for flatscreen TVs or VTTS. They don't get into the details, but it is also possible to have physical tiles created and sent to you.
Danial Rashidi is a Swedish computer game designer who's worked in DICE and on projects like Battlefield and Battlefront. Danial is now on Kickstarter with a "creative world-building" game that's intended to be a cathartic art project.
Role are after $60,000 from a Kickstarter campaign.
Foundry Virtual Tabletop is disruptive. It thumbs its nose at the established conventions. You pay a one-time fee for Foundry, and then your players connect for free.
It’s frustrated for me for as long as I can remember; I can’t draw. I’ve been envious of friends with the talent to create little sketches of their roleplaying characters and NPCs.…