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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
Mike Sands, Gamester at Large, played a more genteel and restrained game of The Shab Al-Hiri Roach at Kapcon.