A round-up of the weekly RPG news with new games, starter sets, exclusive art reveals and Covid-19 wrecking some shows.
Just in time to link up with the forthcoming Amazon Prime Video series, Free League Publishing are taking pre-orders on their Tales from the Loop RPG starter set.
There's a place/machine called The Loop and not only does that make impossible machines possible, but it also seems to be creating other phenomena.
With Halloween fast approaching, you may be looking for a way to get your spooky on and simultaneously enjoy the awesome, imagination-fueled hobby of roleplaying games.
Free League Publishing's RPG based on Simon Stålenhag's fantastic 1980s sci-fi suburbia is free to download from DriveThruRPG, and will be until Friday the 11th.
This animation is a fan project based on The Electric State. Ilya Plotnikov took art from the Kickstarter and combined with music that Stålenhag had composed himself to create this beautiful short film.
I suspect if your reaction to looking at Things from the Flood is to think; “that looks good” then it will be. It won’t disappoint.
The 'Kids On Bikes' genre has really taken off recently.
Geek Native announced that Things from the Flood the sequel to the hugely successful Tales from the Loop RPG would be hitting Kickstarter at the start of the month. Well, the game is currently funding so let’s take a look at the campaign page and see how we’re doing. [Back this Campaign] We’re only a few days into the project and it is approaching 2,000,000 SEK – thrashing the humble 100,000 SEK it asked for.…
Tales from the Loop Tales from the Loop was, perhaps, the breakout RPG of 2017. Free League Publishing’s RPG stormed the ENnies and left many gamers in love with it. I missed out on the Kickstarter and haven’t found a reason to splash the cash on it yet… but Free League Publishing will soon give me a second chance.…