The seventh issue of The Rising Sun, a quarterly e-zine devoted to the Lone Wolf gamebooks, has just been released. This issue contains an article by author John Grant on the re-release of some of his Legends of Lone Wolf
Professor M.A.R. Barker’s richly detailed Tekumel setting will be publishing in role-playing form once again, this time by . Using GOO’s Tri-Stat system, Tekumel: Empire of the Petal Throne will make its debut at GenCon 2001 in August. As one
Aldo from Wingnut Games tells us that the Battle Cattle 25mm miniatures should be reaching stores within a couple of weeks. Let the bovine combat commence! Keep watching on OgreCave for more info. Mage Knight Beta Release The popular and
Houston, we have review. Read our take on Cosmic Coasters, the new board game from the creators of Fluxx, Chrononauts and Icehouse.
A brand new series of solitaire role-playing gamebooks, The Chronicles of Arborell, is now being published online free of charge. The series is designed in a manner reminiscent of the classic Fighting Fantasy and Lone Wolf books, and while it
The new game company SFR Inc. has finalized its purchase of the Dragon Dice game property from Wizards of the Coast. The game will surge back to life with three limited edition Dragonkin Champion dice early this year, followed by
Due to popular demand, Wingnut Games will be printing a second edition of Land of Og. Before it goes to press, though, it has to be just right. “So, if you have anything from typos to omitted rules, look at
Arthaus, Inc., a smaller affiliate of White Wolf Publishing, announced today that it has acquired the rights to publish D20 products for the Ravenloft campaign setting, previously published by Wizards of the Coast. Goals have been set for four products
Inquest Gamer Magazine’s Fan Awards 2000 are drawing to a close. This is one of the few awards that allows readers to write in alternate choices in each category, so don’t hold back. If you want to add your vote
We met Tom Jolly, creator of Wiz-War and Diskwars, who was at DDC running Diskwars tournaments for the second year in a row. The title of this item would probably amuse him as much as the fact that Fantasy Flight
The biggest game convention in California, and the oldest one as well, DunDraCon calls to us once again. As the first game convention I ever attended (back around DDC XI or so), this one holds special memories for me, and
The good people at Games Unplugged have just posted an interview with John Tynes, co-creator of Unknown Armies and Delta Green, as well as the brilliant Puppetland and all sorts of other goodies. The interview seems awfully out-of-date, though… what’s
I am deeply, deeply afraid.
Tired of the way all computer games and video games are the same? So is Ernest Adams, a game developer who’s worked for Bullfrog among other high-profile PC game companies. He’s taken the Dogme 95 rules that made a splash
Here’s the best result on Living Room Games’ Random Grimness Table, intended to keep role-playing sessions from getting too lighthearted: 86-90: Sun disappears for a moment, with no apparent cause, as an old man comes out. He points at the