I had a great time at Origins. I was working for IPR, so I shared a room with Brennan and flacked games every morning of the show. I like being affiliated with a booth because it gives me something to
Fiasco just received a great new review on critical-hits.com. In addition to a detailed breakdown of the game mechanics and the value a given group would get from the game, he talks a bit about how the game looks: As
The Black Drop is now available for purchase from Pelgrane press. This isn’t a Bully Pulpit thing, but I did it and I’m proud of it. “Something slowly gathers strength beneath the frozen basalt of the remote Kerguelen archipelago —
The talented Shannon East made a bunch of game-themed cakes for Go Play Northwest, all of which were beautiful – save one. Behold, the ambitious but impulsively-executed Fiascake! (Shannon, of course, did this on purpose, and it was apparently delicious)
I’m judging Little Game Chef again. It is like Giant Game Chef, only with actual rules and a winner. This year’s theme: Comedy! Here are the rules.
I’ll be at Origins in a few days, working at the IPR booth (#417) and running Fiasco on- and off-schedule. Join me!
Love in the Time of SeiÃ° is now available for purchase! Love in the Time of SeiÃ° was designed by myself and Matthijs Holter, and is based on his excellent game Archipelago II. Like Archipelago, this is a low-prep, quick
I have a Google alert set up on those three keywords, and this was the catch O’the day. Sounds like it’d make a great playset!
For the June Playset of the Month, we bring you Reconstruction, by Tom Gurganus. It is 1867. The American Civil War is over and the South is in ashes. She must be restored to the Union, and the process by