This past week on the tabletop

17/06/2018 – 23/06/2018

What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?

Popular tabletop show Critical Role has separated from Geek & Sundry. Who else was excited for Critical Roll Land?

Cards Against Humanity enters Pride Month with its Pride Pack. So rainbow-ey.

Edible games are slowly starting to take hold. Tabletop Gaming talked to Jenn Sandercock, author of the Edible Games Cookbook.

While we are talking interviews, Chaosium had a chat to illustrator Lynne Hardy as part of its Women in Tabletop Gaming Month.

Derek Maggs looks at the Ardent Roleplay augmented reality app. Fancy.

Featured crowdfunding game

So Long, My World

Humanity is dying, and there is no escaping it. Only a few hours remain before the end of human existence, and the cause is still a mystery. So Long, My World is a strategy card game with simultaneous action selection for 1-5 players. Challenge other players in a competitive multiplayer game, or play a campaign specifically designed for 1 player as they unveil the true nature of humankind. The clock is ticking, and time is running out. Are you ready to face yourself?

So Long, My World has reached and exceeded its funding goal of AUD$14,108 with 16 days still to go. The game is designed by Enrica Fincati and Francesco Simioni. It will be published by Axis Mundi, who have previously successfully funded and delivered Daimyo’s Fall. You can read a preview on So Long, My World here.

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