According to this article, Q3 profits for Hasbro are up a bit. Maybe now they won’t screw around with Wizards of the Coast (which wasn’t mentioned in the article) for a little while.
Ever wanted to dive into the Weird West, but just didn’t get around to it? Better spur your wallet into action, pardner, ‘cuz Pinnacle is having a rather large Halloween/5th anniversary sale of Deadlands related products. Eighteen different reduced-price bundles
Funagain Games just released this year’s Games 100, the annual best-of list and unofficial holiday buyer’s guide compiled by Games Magazine. The year’s #1 game according to the 100 is Evo, in which dinosaurs try to get to warm climates
Cavemen are coming out for the spring thaw over at Wingnut Games. The Complete Caveman’s Club Book is being printed at this very moment, as is the second printing of Land of Og. You’ll need Land of Og to make
Mythrole Games, publishers of digitally-distributed analog card games such as Night of the Ill-Tempered Squirrel, will be publishing a full line of D20 material, according to tragically misinformed sources. Mythrole put out a non-confirmation last week. From the press release:
Troll Lord Games, a company that’s developing products for the D20 system, will be in full effect at Visioncon. Anyone near Springfield, MO, on Presidents’ Day weekend should be made aware of this. That is all.
If you berks didn’t know the Planescape setting is alive and well, you obviously didn’t count on the fans. Since the Planescape line had ceased production, Mimir.net was the place citizens of Sigil frequented. Not for long, though, as Planewalker.com
Aldo Ghiozzi, owner/founder of Wingnut Games, will be a special guest at Visioncon this President’s Day weekend. Wingnut is best known for wacky games like Battle Cattle (a personal favorite of mine). Aldo’s looking for Wingnut fans to run demo