Posts Tagged ‘Cthulhu’

OgreCave reviews: Murder of Crows, Building an Elder God

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Please welcome P.J. Cole-Regis (“Jude” to his friends) to the ranks of the Cave dwellers, as he has provided us with two new OgreCave reviews on this fine day. First up: Murder of Crows from Atlas Games. This quick card game has players compete to spell out “murder” before all others, and the winning card combo tells a random tale of murder most foul. Then we get a look at Building an Elder God by Signal Fire Studios. In the creepiest pipe-style game yet, players race to connect creature segments and make a twisting, turning Elder God before the other cultists. Click through and see what Jude thought of these two creepy titles.

Chaosium cannibal sale doesn’t eat your greens

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

We’ve received word that the fellows at Chaosium are holding a sale this week, in honor of the Donner party. Yeah, they’re funny like that. I’ll let the press release tell you more:

The Chaosium.com Cannibal Sale has begun!

To celebrate the eventual rescue of the Donner party and the Feast of St. George (Chaosium assumes no connection between these events…) Chaosium.com is holding our annual sale. Save 30% on Call of Cthulhu and Basic Roleplaying books, monographs, and over 100 PDFs from April 24th – May 1st, 2010. While everyone may not like cannibals, they’re quite fond of everyone else.

So, anyone who has an appetite for Mythos materials should swing by Chaosium.com’s catalog and select a few choice cuts.