The Gaming Shelf Draws New Maps With Possible Worlds Games

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Just earlier than the Gaming Shelf takes an prolonged break (we’ll be again July 12!) I’m thrilled to have the ability to highlight some tabletop games and creators who’ve been working onerous over the previous months to deliver us some nice items. We’ve bought indie studio Possible Worlds Games in addition to a little bit of a brand new course for the Shelf, a e book about textual content video games presently crowdfunding.

Creator Spotlight: Tyler Crumrine

Also often known as the founder and writer of Possible Worlds Games, Tyler Crumrine has produced some unbelievable work since he based the studio within the wake of his success with 2020’s hit map/labeling RPG Beak, Feather, & Bone. After efficiently crowdfunding the Possible Worlds RPG Series in 2021 (which was delivered this 12 months!), and making a reciprocal artists’ grant program, he’s returned to Beak, Feather, & Bone and created an unbelievable new complement. Claw Atlas is an growth for Beak, Feather, & Bone, and consists of 10 new maps and alternate gameplay guidelines. It’s already efficiently reached its crowdfunding aim, and the marketing campaign will proceed via July 1.

From the unique recreation web page, “Inspired by map-making games like Avery Alder’s The Quiet Year and archetype-focused RPG systems like Meguey & Vincent Baker’s Powered by the Apocalypse, Beak, Feather, & Bone is a zine-length game including rules of play, 11 community roles illustrated by Austin Breed, a map by Jonathan Yee, and optional lore and GM tips for running games in a city populated entirely by ravenfolk.”

New Releases: Absurdia, In God’s Green Earth, Domesday 10XX

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Absurdia is an absurd modern fantasy game about the inane hilarity and understated horror of everyday life. You play as residents of a surreal suburban town marred by chaos and entropy, where the otherworldly is ordinary and the mundane, terrifying. It’s inspired by works of absurd humor, surreal horror, and literary nonsense like Welcome to Night Vale, Alice in Wonderland, and Gravity Falls.”

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In God’s Green Earth, a primary degree dungeon for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, “A farmer has gone missing in the forest. Tracks lead to a small hill with a stone brick doorway protruding from it. The bricks are ancient and moss-covered. What is growing deep within the earth?”

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10XX is a recreation about resisting the Norman invasion of England. You are marginalized Englanders—poor, outcast, ignored—making an attempt to guard your neighbors and scream a violent scream earlier than your inevitable demise. (Available in trendy or outdated English)

Crowdfunding: 50 Years of Text Games, The Last Adventure

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“In [50 Years of Text Games] you’ll find 50 in-depth chapters, covering 50 games: one released in each year from 1971—when a Minnesota teacher wheeled a teletype into his class to debut a game called The Oregon Trail—to 2020 and the latest in A.I. storytellers. Revised and enhanced from the acclaimed blog series, each featured game gets a rich, deep-dive analysis into how it works, what it’s about, why it’s special, and its lasting legacy.”

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“In The Last Adventure, you’re a warrior, champion, and monster slayer. Now you’ve come to die, but on death’s shore, neither family nor ancient heroes greet you… The Last Adventure is a tabletop role-playing adventure game in two zines. The first zine is you: a warrior, now dead, still seeking adventure. The second zine is The Land of Death: the places and landscapes in the land of death, and the people and monsters you’ll encounter there.” (From one of many co-creators of Apocalypse World and the Powered by the Apocalypse system.)

In Other News

  • Free League Publishing is having a summer time sale, consists of video games akin to ALIEN The Roleplaying Game, Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying, Tales From the Loop, Forbidden Lands, Symbaroum, Coriolis – The Third Horizon and Mutant: Year Zero.
  • BackerKit has dropped its plans for its new crowdfunding platform and the preliminary commitments embody Monte Cook Games, Story Engine, Exalted Funeral, Restoration Games, and Unstable Games amongst others.
  • The Queer Games Bundle is on the market for an additional week on itch.io.
  • B. Dave Walters ran a D&D session for some members of the Stranger Things solid and mentioned in an unique remark to io9 through e-mail,Stranger Things holds a special place in my heart, since that was the world I grew up in. Their story IS my story (maybe with slightly more monsters.) Being able to join the Hellfire Club, and bring the Arch-Lich Vecna to glorious unlife has been one of the highpoints of my career … and the ending is one of the wildest things I’ve ever been privileged to see!”
  • Artana Games’ latest academic board recreation, First in Flight is presently crowdfunding.
  • Don’t look too intently at your neighbors… the Rear Window board recreation is now obtainable.
  • Ticket to Ride: San Fransisco is now obtainable solely at Target.
  • Members of the Dungeons & Dragons group have made accusations towards widespread gamers Satine Pheonix and Jamison Stone, accusing them of abuse and mistreatment (CBR, Comic Book).

Want extra io9 information? Check out when to count on the most recent Marvel and Star Wars releases, what’s subsequent for the DC Universe on film and TV, and all the things it is advisable find out about House of the Dragon and Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.


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