Tag Archive: Kickstarter

Jun 20

Kickstarting the Happiest Apocalypse on Earth

  My Kickstarter habit is running strong in June. My latest find, guided by the awesome Misdirected Mark podcast, is an RPG. This is more familiar ground, and a lot cheaper as I can take the digital option.My Kickstarter habit is running strong in June. My latest find, guided by the awesome Misdirected Mark podcast, …

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Jun 15

Kickstarting Escape the Dark Castle

  The recent resurgence of my Kickstarter habit continues. This has now branched out into boardgames, a new field for me. After my recent attendance of UK Games Expo, I suppose a heightened level of interest in boardgames is only to be expected.The recent resurgence of my Kickstarter habit continues. This has now branched out …

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May 11

Kickstarting Archive: History for the GM

  Recently, my Kickstarter habit is undergoing a resurgence.   I have now backed another campaign I want to share with you. Archive, by Tristan Zimmerman, is a pdf of 80 locations, landscapes, NPCs, and events pulled from history, and presented for the GM. The campaign page describes the project as follows:   Archive is a …

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Apr 13

Kickstarting Noir World

  Despite my backlog of pdfs to read, my Kickstarter habit is undergoing a resurgence. Certain projects are so good I cannot bear to let them pass unsupported. Here is one such project.   Noir World is a powered by the Apocalypse RPG created by John Adamus. The campaign page describes the project as follows: …

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Mar 17

Kickstarting Hopjockey by Matt Vancil

  Limited finances, and a backlog of pdfs to read, have reduced my Kickstarter habit this year. However, there are still projects which I feel compelled to support. Here is one such project.   Hopjockey is a novel by Matt Vancil, the writer of The Gamers series of films I love so much. The campaign …

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