Spencer Campbell of Gila is back on Kickstarter with a concise run for a solo RPG called Rune.
Most of us have heard the saying–whether from tabletop game creators, Aaron Sorkin, or T. S. Eliot– “Good writers borrow, great writers steal.”
Spencer Campbell’s Gila RPG is the publisher behind games NOVA and Slayers, plus the SRD Lumen, a popular system for indie creators.
The fast-paced action of first-person shooters like the computer game Destiny is precisely what Nova (and LUMEN) try to recreate. They succeed.
The Sparks are ridiculously powerful, and that is intentional. NOVA’s gameplay loop is about going out on missions, destroying the enemies in the Dusk that stand in your way, and looking badass while doing it.
Inspired by and not competing with Kickstarter’s ZineQuest, SideQuest is intended to be a cross-platform campaign where participating designers and publishers show the logo and promote each other’s projects.
RPG news from the week that’s just been! Wizards win at court, Discworld hits DriveThruRPG, and there’s a bunch of bundle deals.
Spencer Campbell has put together a collaborative project with 10 authors writing for the Slayers RPG.
Running from the 1st of November to the 30th, SideQuest will help promote indie crowdsourced zines.
Spencer Campbell is back on Kickstarter, with a success that not even misguided toxic energy from computer game fans can stop.