Have you been reading Vengeful Ghost? Their most recent storyline, The Summit, may look familiar to fans of a certain live-action scenario about doomed mountain climbers. Writer Parker Hicks says of this collaboration with artist Sonia Liao: The Summit also
University of Toronto professor Matt Wells is using Fiasco in his classroom–and he developed this handy dice-tracking app to help! In his course on Remix Culture, his students are learning and playing the game, as well as making their own
An artist and gamer whose pen name is Michinaki Michio discovered Fiasco (in English), did her own informal translation, and played it with her friends. She enjoyed it so much she not only illustrated their session as a manga (they
Matt Snyder’s doing an interesting thing over at Rolejack, offering up juicy gaming morsels that are system agnostic. I sent him some awesome Victorian chapter headers from J.W. Buel for all your three-fisted imperialist adventuring needs.
Hey, look at this cool thing Tim Rodriguez made! Look at it on your mobile device! Tim developed the app and gets all the very modest proceeds, should you decide to press “buy”.
One Cool Thing I Saw At Origins 2011, in which I look haggard. I shot all this on Sunday and missed a lot of people.
One shipment of the Fiasco Companion arrived last night (others are winging their way to New York, Ohio and Nevada, but we got 300). Holding it in my hands is a huge relief. The book looks great – we went
We put together a 30+ page preview, in which you may find some familiar names. A lot of smart people contributed their smarts to The Fiasco Companion. I’ll be at Origins in a couple of weeks, and if you are,
The Innovation Learning Network invited me out to Seattle to talk about low tech games for teaching and learning, speaking to an audience of medical directors. I’m putting my money where my mouth is, making them pretend to be student