The winner of the art contest is Nicholas Small. The winners of the writing contest are Murder at Dowry Manor by Tania Fordwalker, the Black Gold Conspiracy by Joshua Scott Thomas, the Don’s Last Supper by George Kemper, and Die-In Fishing Resort by Mitchell Gallinger. All of the winners have received their prizes, and their work
Have you dreamed of being a professional game designer? Have you always wanted to be a published RPG writer? Wanted to see your art in a book in stores? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Sixpence Games wants you! In preparation for our first RPG, I’ve decided to do a contest.
On the heels of a very successful kickstarter, preorders are now available for Cultists of Cthulhu. If you missed out on the kickstarter, now’s your chance to get in on the action!
And between when it went up this morning and now we’re already over halfway towards our goal!
The Cultists of Cthulhu kickstarter goes live on August 4th, 2015. This page will redirect you to that once it’s up. In the meantime, click here to see more about the game!
It’s for a bit called Brooklyn Made, which is about things that are made in Brooklyn, as the name suggests. Check it out: Game Designer Thomas Eliot: Brooklyn Made from Brooklyn Independent Media on Vimeo.
It’s from Rick Perez of Let’s Level Up, and the key quote is “it’s great!”
In conjunction with NYC-Playtest, ProtoSpiel, and the NYU Game Center, I am proud to announce ProtoSpiel NorthEast! Click here to buy tickets for only $15! They will be $20 at the door. Are you a tabletop game designer looking to get your prototype in front of more playtesters? Are you a player looking to try
I thought Save the Singularity was through with changes and updates nine months ago. I thought I’d gotten it all finished and perfected. And yet, like any good game designer, I kept playtesting it. And eventually, after playtesting it with the New York Playtesters group, I got some feedback that has lead to some substantial
How did I not post this yet?