I wrote up a very light PbtA game about mischievous animals trying to act like people and generally committing low stakes crimes in the process. The fever dream prototype of this game turned out to be the perfect fit for the roleplaying club I ran for elementary schoolers last year.
Here's some stuff what's been making life in the plague regime bearable. Some of it's old, some of it's new.
How to green screen for gaming, and why you should, even if you already use Zoom
We're stuck at home with our two daughters and have had to adopt a different routine. So far it feels like it might be better for us as a family.
Photo by Samuel Vowles on Unsplash, actual inspiration by Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't
Tonight's dice club with the kids was the first time in a long while I felt energized afterward. I think we found "our game" - inspired by Untitled Goose Game, completely normal animals come together for relatively nonthreatening heists.
Time to shirk! I've been buried under a deluge of new games. Here's what I, a late-to-the-party random person off the internet with no credentials, thinks of the following video games that have been eating all my free time: Untitled Goose Game Geese are assholes, and this is a good game about being a douchey … Continue reading Fall is Video Game Season
Here's how I made a two-piece desert highway for a post-apocalyptic car chase game inspired by Thunder Road and JUNK'D.
I'm working on a car chase/combat board game descended from the old Thunder Road game and inspired by JUNK'D. This is where it stands after one actual playtest with coworkers and a lot of solo runs.
I'm going back to Thunder Road's roots and hacking Runehammer Games' JUNK'D. This is HACK'D.