We’re back from Origins 2018 and we had a great time! Origins is always a fun, friendly show, but this year we tried a few new things and we’re very excited about how it all turned out! BPG Demo Booth
Spending some time with your family this season? Make the most of it with our catalogue of universally appealing, family-friendly, thematically appropriate games, such as: The Shab-al-Hiri Roach Fruit cake is the butt of too many jokes this time of
Wish I could be there.
Here’s a nice Shab Al-Hiri Roach review-slash-actual play report. Sounds like fun!
Greg Costikyan gives a shout-out to everyone’s favorite ancient Sumerian God-King. His thoughtful review is also reprinted in the Charlotte Examiner. It’s pretty cool to see a newspaper carrying Greg’s column!
Matt McElroy asked me to write an article for Flames Rising, so I did!
The Roach has returned once again! The Roach Returns, last year’s convention supplement to the Shab-al-Hiri Roach includes two additional settings to extend the game. “Overlord”, written by Jason Morningstar, takes place in WWII England. “Darker”, written by Graham Walmsley,
… it must not be The Shab Al-Hiri Roach.
Flames Rising has a nice, thorough review of The Shab Al-Hiri Roach.
Luke Crane and I chat about art and game design for his audio column at See Page XX. It wasn’t actually an ambush; I knew what I was getting into. It is telling that questions about what constitutes art are