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Christmas Gift Guide 2010 (11/26/10)
PAX East 2010 report (4/9/10)
Christmas Gift Guide 2009 (12/4/09)
Games of the Ninja 2008 (12/5/08)
Christmas Gift Guide 2008 (11/27/08)
Screams from the Cave 2008
Ogres' Choice Awards 2008 (9/12/08)
Christmas Gift Guide 2007 (11/30/07)
Ogres' Choice Awards 2007 (8/17/07)
GAMA Trade Show 2007 report (4/27/07)
Christmas Gift Guide 2006 (11/30/06)
Ogres' Choice Awards 2006 (7/28/06)
Christmas Gift Guide 2005 (11/29/05)
Christmas Gift Guide 2004 (12/10/04)
Night of the Living Gamer
(Halloween RPGs)

Archive highlights
GAMA Trade Show 2008 report, part 2
GAMA Trade Show 2008 report, part 1
Frag Beta Capsule Review (4/14/01)
Battle Cattle Minis Preview (2/28/01)

Screams from the Cave 2008

OgreCave's Screams from the Cave 2008

What better time of year to throw the spotlight on the creepy beasts that lurch in dark corners and unseen alleys than the weeks leading to Halloween. Even if you don't have kids around - and no, those aren't the beasts in question - you can celebrate the spooky season by bringing out games of monsters and haunts. A dark night or two of gaming with like-minded cultists - sorry, friends - is sure to raise everyone's spirits. (sorry again)

Naturally, creepy Halloween-appropriate products come out year 'round, so if we've already got something carved on the Cave walls about products from earlier in the year, we'll point those out here too.

Interviews that Scream

Stan! about The Littlest Shoggoth and other topics (11/7/08)

with Harley Stroh of Goodman Games about the Age of Cthulhu line (10/30/08)

Reviews that Scream

Fear Itself (Pelgrane Press)

Last Night on Earth (Flying Frog Productions)

Malleus Monstrorum for Call of Cthulhu (Chaosium)

Secrets of Los Angeles for Call of Cthulhu (Chaosium)

Secrets of Morocco for Call of Cthulhu (Chaosium)

Secrets of San Francisco for Call of Cthulhu (Chaosium)

The Shadow Out of Tim (Darkest of the Hillside Thickets)

Stunning Eldritch Tales for Trail of Cthulhu (Pelgrane Press)

Trail of Cthulhu (Pelgrane Press)

Unspeakable Words (Playroom Entertainment)

Where the Deep Ones Are (Atlas Games)

Zombie Fluxx (Looney Labs)

Happy gaming and Happy Halloween!


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