11/12/2016 – 17/12/2016
What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?
Don’t you know that I love you? Don’t you know I’ll always be true? Shut Up & Sit Down review Kingdom Death: Monster, and use the power of music genres to illustrate their point.
Only 80’s tabletop gamers will remember this. Ok, maybe it isn’t actually that unknown. The Leadpile features the classic pre-Necromunda game Confrontation, and discusses what the best way to experience it is.
Descriptions in your roleplay games don’t have to be boring monologues. The RPG Athenaeum provided some tips on writing great pieces to read aloud to players.
On roleplay games, Senior Manager of Dungeons & Dragons Mike Mearls talked to Kotaku about their attempts to equalise the sexualised character stakes in the game.
Stonemaier Games has called it quits. Calm down, they are only leaving Kickstarter. Jamey Stegmaier explained the change.
Gaze into the fist of Dredd! Warlord Games picks up the license for 2000 AD.
Some of the new Kickstarters from this week:
- Merchant Houses of Venice: A Game of Frantic Trade
- SocialStax: A Tabletop Party Game
- Sherman Leader
- Knuckle Bust Dice and Card Game
- GOONS AND GATS
- Crisis On Finite Earths
- Super Dice Set #1
- Kick Bite Punch – An action packed card game for all ages!
- OUTBREAK – Miniatures Upgrade Kit perfect for PANDEMIC
This is not an endorsement of any of these games, creators or Kickstarter campaigns.
Tags: 2000 AD, Confrontation, crowdfunding, Dungeons and Dragons, Jamey Stegmaier, Kickstarter, Kingdom Death: Monster, Kotaku, Mike Mearls, Shut Up and Sit Down, Stonemaier Games, The Leadpile, The RPG Athenaeum, Warlord Games