Saturday, 6 May 2017
Friday, 28 April 2017
Now available in print from Lulu!
Please play around with it, take it apart. Get rid of the stuff you don't like.
It's cheap (£3.99), so don't expect the world from it. It's meant to be a bit of fun.
I'll post up links to character sheets and so on later.
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
I've made a little roleplaying game.
I was a bit bored of running games like D+D and getting bogged down in round after round of combat rolls and the like. Sometimes you just want to tell and experience a story.
So I came up with a basic system for resolving 'scenes' as a whole. I played it with my daughter, Kitty (who's currently 7, but was 6 when we started). She played a classic fantasy game.
The idea behind the game is a simple way to tell cinematic stories. It's presented as being a way to do classic 80s style films like ET, Monster Squad, The Last Starfighter, Gremlins, Goonies and so on, with a little Stranger Things thrown in for good measure, but includes several story ideas, a full adventure and different settings.
One of my friends is a teacher- he managed to get his kids to play it at school (thanks, Baz!). They enjoyed it and ran it on their own.
I put it through some edits and the like following feedback. The intention is that kids and teachers, etc. can access it at any time. I'll keep the pdf freely accessible and the print version low cost.
It's just over 50 pages of printer-friendly layout. A5 with a full colour cover.
I'm just waiting for a proof print to turn up before I release it to the wild.
The art was done in sketchbook (that's my daughter in silhouette by the way). Logos and layout in inkscape then the textures overlaid in photoshop.