Indie Talks Episode 6 – Matt Vancil

In this episode of Indie Talks we're joined by Matt Vancil of the Dead Gentlemen and Zombie Orpheus Entertainment as he talks about their latest project, Gamers: Hands of Fate! A full length, crowd funded feature film! In The Gamers: Hands of Fate, the cast of internationally acclaimed The Gamers: Dorkness Rising returns for another dice-hurling, waffle-devouring, GM-infuriating romp... Continue Reading →

Tabletop Gamers – a love letter

Early morning on the 15th of September, before the sun had risen, I uploaded the Wayne Foundation Charity RPG Pack to DriveThruRPG. Within two hours, with no advertising, three people had ponied up their $15 to purchase it. By the time 24 hours had passed - our first day in a 15 day sale, we had sold over $810 worth of charity packs, raising over $520 dollars for the Wayne Foundation.

5 things gamers get wrong

The Rules. It happens all the time. Whether you're a GM or a player, those rules are sometimes misinterpreted, forgotten about or just plain ignored. And that is okay, as long as everyone is enjoying the session and it doesn't break the game.

Jen Page is a chaotic-neutral gamer, actress, geek and our latest interview subject

If you've seen The Gamers: Dorkness Rising, you know who Luster is. If you don't know who Luster is, go watch the film. Jen Page (Luster in G:DR) is the multi-talented woman who plays the female Luster in the the flick. She's also something of a geek, gamer and SF/F afficionado as well as wrangling web pages for Wizards of the Coast and being cool enough to willingly submit to an interview with me.

Gamers: Dorkness Rising – the interviews

Not too long ago we featured a review of the dead-on movie The Gamers: Dorkness Rising. I love this movie and I think if you've ever gamed seriously during any period of your life, you'll love it too. I enjoyed it so much I decided to get in touch with some folks at the Dead Gentlemen Productions - the group responsible for the movie.

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