This RPG news summarises key updates in the RPG industry. Main highlights include the release of ‘Candela Obscura’ RPG and its ‘Tide & Bones’, Lin Codega’s departure from Gizmodo, and Dicebreaker comparing ‘One Honk Before Midnight’ to the Goose Game of TTRPGs. Various RPG bundle deals and updates were also discussed, with mentions of a sneak peek into the Demiverse Expanded on Kickstarter and an announcement for PaizoCon Online 2024.
The threshold price is a moving target for the Bonus Collection, and it started at $19.95. Gamers who meet the current value will unlock a further $70 worth of SoulMuppet downloads.
A crash is coming, and Terminal games are about how it happens and what happens next.
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Laden with consequence-heavy mechanics, the creators of Best Left Buried have penned Gangs of Titan City as a faction-focused, gutterscum game set in a nightmare supercity.
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Zachary Cox and Matt Sander’s SoulMuppet Publishing, the games company behind Best Left Buried and Orbital Blues, will now publish The Lost and the Jammed.
SoulMuppet Publishing, which is in Nottingham in the UK, is coordinating a project to publish five RPGs from Latin America.
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.
Published through a successful Kickstarter, a project that even a cassette tape, Orbital Blues is a space western homage to vintage music. This is the rock and roll future of yesteryear that never was—and nobody wanted. It is an intergalactic age of cowboys, outlaws and bandits playing on an interstellar stage. It is a time […]