“”Grey Ranks – I’ve not even written up the review for it, but I’m telling you this game is impressive. It treats it’s subject matter with respect while managing to be both informative and entertaining all the way through. Play
I’ve been prowling the Federal depository for informational symbols. My idea is to use them as visual punctuation in Business Solutions, and I’ve got a pretty amusing assortment gathered so far. I think we’re going to have to do the
Check out Beloved Jakub, which is Sven Holmstrom’s two player roleplaying game designed to be played over the telephone. It’s heavy as lead and can be played in way less than an hour. It reminds me of what I saw
I’m going to try to round up three people to playtest Business Solutions, play by post style, over at Snail’s Pace. If you are interested, go to that thread and let me know! It’s an experiment.
Steve and I cooked up a video demo for Grey Ranks. Part One and Part Two are available if you want to check them out – it’s a little goofy, but it’s an experiment. I’m interested to know if this
Steve and Jason demonstrate the key features of Grey Ranks: Part One and Part Two.
From atop a lichen-covered boulder, Helminth watched and steamed. There was an old war beacon called, curiously, Feather-Lock, and it was choked with meat. A lone machine had been caught out, thirsty and bold from the thirst, and it was
Thomas Ulricht has written a review of Grey Ranks over at rpg.net: “If you want to experience some deep, heartbreaking stories with your friends, then look no further than Grey Ranks.”
OK, OK, the huge things in my personal life (new house, new job, trip to Denmark, for real new house, sell first new house, buy truck, move to for real new house) are all but finished, at last. Breathe, breathe.