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
Don’t tell Steve… Pages 68-69 Pages 30-31 The book is looking solid! The Companion has almost twice as much art as the original book and currently hovers around 165 pages, so it is bigger, too. And there will be bonus
Please tell me which cover version is best. I can’t decide and have too many options. Thanks!
This just in: “Just a quick note to say that my son and I played Dungeon Squad today, and we had a blast! We planned on doing it for about 90 minutes or so, but he just loved it and
Daniele di Rubbo lays it down, Serious Man style at La Torre d’Avorio: This makes me so happy!
Greg Costikyan reviews Bloody Forks of the Ohio for his Tabletop Tuesday column. I hope this will persuade people to try it, to try Lady Blackbird, and to see the potential for unhinged hacking that both games demonstrate iteratively.
So there’s this One Page Dungeon contest, which is a fantastic idea. I wanted to enter last year but was over-committed. This year as soon as it was announced I jumped on it. There’s a certain freedom in the tightly