I barely have time to rest and draw breath before I learn that Scott is already raising funds for The Folio #5, 1E/5E Format Adventure Module. I have no doubt that this one will fund like the previous four in the series and will also be as much fun to play or run.
I just found about this game into it’s final hours so you still have a chance to back this one.
Now this is what I like to see, a familiar game but with different scenarios for it. Why be bound by the 1920s Chicago when you can adventure in 1920s Cuba instead?
I was impressed by the last Kickstarter they did and so that’s the reason I’m backing this one.
I backed the Psi-Punk Kickstarter a while ago and I was very pleased with it and the backer tiers are very reasonable.
There aren’t many games trying to get back into the Cyberpunk genre; even less that still use the Fudge system and just for these reasons alone I think it’s worth a punt.
This is a bit of a change for me, sharing a project that has a very limited appeal; unless you live in or near Reading in which case back it 🙂
Triple Ace Games are going to follow up the release of the Leagues of Gothic Horror Kickstarter they are releasing the Globetrotters’ Guide to London.
I have been impressed with the other three in the series so it is nice to see the fourth one in the series is up for funding.
#RPGaDAY2015 – Day 2: Kickstarter you’re most pleased you backed
According to my Kickstarter history I’ve backed 94 projects thankfully most of them are digital so I’m not knee deep in packaging and boxes and about 10% have failed to be backed.
You could say I’m really enthused by the concept of Kickstarter and many of these projects aren’t really mainstream to be picked up by a standard distribution channel so in many ways crowd funding is the only way these games will see the light of day.
The project I’m most pleased I backed is Space: 1889 – SF Role Playing in a More Civilized Time. I liked the original GDW game but the system was a bit wonky for my tastes, I bought the Savage Worlds Red Sands campaign and I felt let down by it. The new edition from Clockwork is very good indeed and the Ubiquity system is a nice fit as well as letting me use material from other Ubiquity games.
An open D6 Role-Playing Game system which gives more creative control to both players and game masters removing the need for 3 guides.
This does look somewhat interesting, as someone who has been looking at games that let players to further the storyline this could be interesting.
This Kickstarter is down to the final hours and is funded.
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You may call this just another bestiary but I see something slightly different in this creature collection.