Sabertooth Games wants Warhammer 40,000 fans to know the wait is nearly over. “We’ve handed the Warhammer 40,000 CCG off
The next supplement for Atlas Games’ Feng Shui RPG has shipped to distributors and should be on your local game
Cavemen are coming out for the spring thaw over at Wingnut Games. The Complete Caveman’s Club Book is being printed
Doug Herring at Mystic Eye Games let us know about the latest pair of nasty creatures available on their site.
A few more tidbits for ya as a birthday gift (my birthday, not yours). Enjoy. 🙂 In an interview over
Green Ronin has posted the cover art for Hell in Freeport. The 64-page adventure will be for character levels 8-11,
In a surprising announcement, Don Perrin of Sovereign Press revealed plans to redo the Sovereign Stone RPG using the D20
Here’s the best result on Living Room Games’ Random Grimness Table, intended to keep role-playing sessions from getting too lighthearted:
In the mid ’90s, Omni Gaming Products made a valiant effort to purchase the Torg licence from West End Games.
Expanding Atlas’ Penumbra D20 adventure series, The Tide of Years is a new, 48 page quest involving deep sea diving
The latest issue of The Shadowrun Supplemental is available for download here.This issue was delayed slightly by the news that
Troll Lord Games, a company that’s developing products for the D20 system, will be in full effect at Visioncon. Anyone
Though the CCG has been out for a while now, the Lost Colony RPG is still a no-show. While I
I’m not a big RPG guy, but that news about adding “mystical gateways” to the Forgotten Realms canon is interesting.
If you berks didn’t know the Planescape setting is alive and well, you obviously didn’t count on the fans. Since