Considering hosting an itch game jam called “2020 visions” for tabletop games that help yourself or others process what a weird, hard year it’s been, or just how it compares to the future that TTRPGs thought we had in store. Any interest?
The people have spoken, or at least muttered indistinctly
Planning on releasing 2400 (my lo-fi sci-fi sometimes-horror game) a bit at a time starting next month. Still need to decide if it'll be a straight Into the Odd hack or look more like "what if the entire system was basically Electric Bastionland luck rolls?"
Ran the first session of @BradJMurray@twitter.com's RPG Sand Dogs tonight for @DanJosef@twitter.com, @email@example.com, and @firstname.lastname@example.org. Character creation set us up with a weird, lovable team. They're providing security to a film crew determined to break into an unknown god's tomb (whose shadow swallowed a plane).
Researcher/writer/designer guy who makes tabletop RPGs for fun. Blogging over at https://pretendo.games. He/him.
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