Ah prototyping! That trap that can so easily swallow you up until you're floating in a sea of card stock and meeples, desperately trying to dog paddle while holding two different versions of the rules in your hands and wondering who dumped all this stuff into your pool in the first place. The Right Stuff... Continue Reading →
I'm quite pleased to let you all know that my game Fools! can be purchased through DriveThruCards now as well as The Game Crafter. There are a few differences although the game itself is the same. If you purchase this game through DTC you'll pay $9.00 plus shipping (which for me has been $2.99 for... Continue Reading →
Check out the Game School community! Rather than kick off the Game School with a mechanic or theme idea, I thought I'd start off talking a bit about Print on Demand (PoD), self publishing and using the two resources I'm most familiar with - The Game Crafter and DriveThruCards. This article is meant really as... Continue Reading →
My ninjas have started to arrive! In typical ninja fashion, they snuck into my home via my 9 year old (who apparently the convinced didn't need to mention to me that I had gotten a package). A little while back I was contacted by the folks at One Bookshelf (you know them as DriveThruRPG, RPGNow,... Continue Reading →
DriveThruRPG, has recently entered the print on demand market, offering a small but rapidly growing number of PDFs as actual, honest to goodness physical books.
We're back! Welcome to our Old School, Actual Play Mini-cast! This is a 22:25 mini-cast, in which Scott and I get together to chat about old school RPGs vs newer systems.