Aftershock Comics Provides Inspiration for Horror Games

I have begun a new geeky journey, sort of. The reality is after fifteen years of not reading comic books, I have returned to their warm embrace. Thanks to Free Comic Book Day for sucking me back in with the release of a new Strangers in Paradise story arc. Since May I have gotten sucked…

Don’t Walk in Winter Wood, I Dare you!

Don’t Walk in Winter Wood (2nd Edition) Author: Clint Krause Publisher: Red Moon Medicine Show Page Count: 44 Available Formats: PDF and Print PDF (DTRPG) – $5.00 Print – None (except from 2011 Kickstarter campaign) PREMISE: Don’t Walk in Winter Wood is a game designed to create the tension and spooky nature of those campfire…

What Defines A Game as an Indie Game?

Earlier this week I posed a question at the Boxcar Nation G+ community that I feel warrants wider discussion. The question was; What defines a game as an indie game? The moniker “indie” is widely used through the RPG community. Games are generally classified as either Indie or Trad (traditional) games, but what does indie…

Where To Find Meaningful RPG-Centric Conversation, Facebook or G+?

Facebook and I are having a relationship crisis! It’s a great place to connect with family and friends, but when it comes to engaging with folks about the RPG hobby, it’s static and disingenuous. I find Google’s G+ to be a more open, inviting and engaging place to connect with like-minded individuals. I belong to quite a…

RapierCon – A Great Con as Always!

This past weekend was spent at RapierCon down in Jacksonville, Florida. It’s a semi-regular trip I make to meet up with old friends and to meet new ones. I make this short trip (4-hour drive) about every two years and I always enjoy this convention. This year was no different, but before I get into…