Do you have a steady hand and a penchant for histrionic, scenery-chewing outbursts? Is your medical license a sham, and is the bandaged patient in 32-A really your twin sister? If so, I need some informal help testing out various
Wish I could be there.
The Internet’s own Ryan Macklin spent some time with the Game Salute gang at Gen Con, discussing Fiasco: Ryan also talked earlier in the interview about some other little game called The Dresden Files. Apparently that one’s pretty good too!
If you’re looking to buy the print version of Fiasco right now, you might have noticed that it’s out of stock at Indie Press Revolution. We were caught off guard a bit by our success at Gen Con, but no
Check out Will Hindmarch’s crazy Fiasco playset, All the Damn Time. He needs feedback from dedicated, experienced Fiasco players, so get cracking! Elevator pitch: “Sam Howard is a man unstuck in time. Some kind of quantum-level shenanigans have him traveling
Will Hindmarch has built a mind-bending Fiasco playset, in a Primer/Timecrimes sort of way, and I love it. All the Damn Time needs playtesting from experienced Fiasco players (it is not an ideal first playset). If that’s you, check it
We here at Bully Pulpit are very excited to be able to say that Fiasco won a 2010 ENnies Judges’ Award from Jeramy Ware. He explains his reasoning on his blog: I had an extremely difficult time choosing which one
Turns out Medical Hospital has a lot of moving parts. There’s a die mechanic that relies on three dice that are always visible on the table. There are 18 objects that can be bought and stolen during the game with
It’s official – we love the people who play our games, and somebody noticed! Thanks very much for this honor. Congratulations to Danielle Lewon, who had a very good year with Kagematsu, John Harper, who killed everyone with fire with