I’ve got this game that is modeled on revenge tragedy from 1600, and it has playtested well and I love it. It’s going to be competing at Fastaval pretty soon and I’m running a session at Dreamation. The big challenge
The good people at RPGgeek have thrown together a play-by-forum competition for the “most entertaining game” of Fiasco! There are eight games underway and the winners will be determined by popular vote in two weeks. Check out the games in
Yes folks, the Playsets of the Month continue! For January we have Objective Zebra, written by JÃ©rÃ´me “Brand” LarrÃ©: It is anything but quiet aboard the U.S. Navy submarine SS-495, the USS Saddleback. She’s on reduced battery power, nestled in
The Hopeless Gamer just gave Fiasco a nice review, calling it the 2010 Game of the Year: Ultimately the decision for Game of the Year comes down to this – what gave me the most enjoyment this year? There’s no
E. Foley, who has been helping gamers find love since 2008 over at Geek’s Dream Girl, has found a love of her own – Fiasco.
I really am fond of this scrappy little game, and this AP report lays out some of the game’s nice features as well as solid play advice. Bonus points for translating the entire thing into Swedish!
Dreamation 2011 is coming up and I’m pretty excited. It’s a very intense, very fun convention to play games at. Not really for selling, or networking, or whatever, but if you want to play at a high standard, come to