Worlds Oldest D20 !

Recently news on cnet  popped up something more ancient than even our darkest RPG games, and maybe just as awesome. Somewhere between 304 to 30 B.C. the Egyption decided it was time to play a bit of their own game, perhaps a good D20 adventure game? “You walk into the “shopping mall”, what do you do?” “I check to… Read More »

Doomed Slayers Review

Doomed Slayers by Jürgen Hubert is an important supplement that can really be spun for absolutely any tabletop you play as it doesn’t have specific mechanics, sometimes the concepts may seem something we may “know”, but I’ve been in my share of groups that completely lack the concepts in this book, so lets take a deeper look. When you… Read More »

Magicians RPG

Learning a new language can be difficult, and people integrate it into so many things to try and make it easier. Things such as dvds, music, audio, video games, etc. but Magicians RPG adds learning a language hand in hand with doing what we love most, a tabletop RPG. You can take a look at the kickstarter for… Read More »

Shadowgate 2012 Kickstarter

Adventure games are something that seems to get more and more scarce, and even when they aren’t, the graphics are pretty outdated. Though now they are remaking Shadowgate for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices, and they are looking for some help to get the games finished, check out the kickstarter here. At time of writing this, they have over… Read More »

Another Pay WhatYouWant bundle from Indiegala?

You bet that’s what it is! IndieGala10  has it’s PayWhatYouWant for about 11 games, and you only have to beat the “average”, at this point is about $5.11. So for less than six bucks you can bag yourself about 9 steam games and 2 DRM free games. The DRM Free games are Omegaladon and Praetorians, with a minimum of $1… Read More »

RPG Table Online.

So recently I was able to take a look into something recently released called RPG Table Online, reminding me a lot of some of the paid programs I see out there, it seems to be a bit in its early stages but seems pretty reliable. Now I know I have moved away from a majority of my gaming… Read More »

Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review

I’ve never been too horribly good at point and click adventure type games but I found in my youth that one I enjoyed was Monkey island, a great series, quirky, and something I always enjoyed and had to finish to the end, Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes is probably the only adventure game since that has given… Read More »

Way Walkers: Choose your own adventure review!

So I had a rather unique review waiting in my inbox, at first when I searched around the website and images I felt a little underwhelmed, everything seemed in a small stage, but I knew that everything deserves a good chance, so I delve into this head-on. Also, here’s their facebook page.  The Way Walkers App/choose your own… Read More »

Pay what you want for the Divinity games on GoG.com !

So I’ve seen these spring up a bit, and thought this was definitely worth the look. Divinity, as we recently mentioned in a previous article here  will be releasing their remastered Divinity Anthology, and for a limited time (Six days left as of this post!) you can choose what you pay. That’s right, it’s your choice. I saw this,… Read More »

Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition Playtest overview.

Recently I printed out the Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition (or DnD “Next”) Playtest, and I noticed some very obvious changes, for those of you who haven’t had the time to check yet, I’m gonna give you the low-down! Hit Points are now a lot more like third edition, only a few classes seem to have an upgrade… Read More »

Divinity Anthology Collection Release

Divine Divinity is an RPG that is ten years in the making, this Divinity Anthology collects all the games that are set in the Divinity Universe. These games are remastered versions of the epic fantasy RPGs as well as extra’s that come inside of this exclusive edition and celebrate a full decade of the Divinity series. Oh, and… Read More »

1100 AD F2p Browser MMORTS review!

So recently I played 1100 AD , a F2P browser MMORTS (Real time Strategy), it was extremely easy to sign up (I use facebook sign up as much as I can.) and getting started was relatively easy. As soon as this game hit my browser I felt like I was thrust back into the days of old time… Read More »

Free Medieval Market Map via DramaScape

Great maps can be hard to come by, and sometimes even think up. There are things we may not be worried about that our players, obviously are. So it’s nice once in awhile to be able to pull out a premade map for something that may not be important to the big picture (or maybe it is!) but… Read More »

Dungeons & Dragons: a documentary trailer

Have you heard of the Dungeons and Dragons Documentary that was started on kickstarter? With being well funded, I can imagine this will soon come to light. Watching the trailer bellow brought tears to my eyes, rest in peace Gary, you will be remembered for eternity. To support this you can find their facebook here, or their main… Read More »

Drow: Ways to avoid backstory stereotypes.

Recently, the Drow have been all the rage! Everything from the expansion pack for Dungeons and Dragons Online to the Underdark and Menzoberranzan supplements, the blood red skull spider has been blazon on my facebook and all over the internet for some time now, I recently even took the facebook quiz to find out which Drow house best suits you, and… Read More »

The Chimaera Stones

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Review – Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Race Guide (OGL)

   Earlier this month Paizo released a anticipated sourcebook, the Pathfinder RPG: Advanced Race Guide. The book not only offers hundreds of options to play more than 30 already defined races, but also contains a system to create entirely new races if we want.    I’m really a big fan of using exotic creatures in my games, both… Read More »