Feng Shui 2
Feng Shui was one of those games I always wanted to play but never had the chance to do so. It ticked so many boxes for me; a multi-genre war for reality; mixed parties of different genres and a light rules system which sounded perfect.
The book has had a bit of a chequered history as the full colour first edition was supposedly sold at a loss. So each copy sold cost Daedalus Entertainment money and that’s not the way to run a business. The second edition was a more reasonable black and white edition but compared to today’s modern games the layout looked a bit dull.
I did eventaully get around to playing this game at Killercon in Runnymede a long time ago and had a lot of fun with it. Our group was tasked to recover a crystal skull before it fell into the hands of Nazi Germany. The adventure worked really well and the game hurtled along; just the sort of convention game I like.
I was somewhat surprised to find that there is currently a Kickstarter project under-way to fund a second edition of the game and I am interested to see what it looks like.
You can find the Kickstarter link here : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/atlasgames/feng-shui-2-action-movie-roleplaying-game-by-robin