Game designer Richard Kreutz-Landry stops by to discuss his current project Descent into Midnight. Descent into Midnight is a game about community, family, and hope. It’s a tabletop roleplaying game that takes place in a technologically advanced aquatic civilization whose culture has never been touched by humanity. Bioengineering and psionic, or mental, powers allow the strange and varied species to communicate and interact with their surroundings no matter their physiology.
Descent into Midnight is currently Kickstarting February 15th through March 15 2020. Head over and check out this amazing game.
For more information on Descent into Midnight head on over to Kickstarter.
Richard Kreutz-Landry can also be found on Twitter.
Note: It is recommended that you listen to the AP for Hachishakusama before listening to this discussion. Spoilers: We spoil the scenario.
Friend of the show Review Cultist of Al Dente Rigamortis drops by to discuss the creepy pasta inspired Fear Itself scenario he recently ran entitled Hachishakusama. Along with sharing some of the inspirations for this game, Review Cultist also offers up some goodies for gamifying creepy pastas.
We recently interviewed game designer Alton Wheelhouse about the upcoming Kickstarter for Dimensions D6 RPG.Dimensions D6 RPG is a brand new introductory Role Playing Game, specifically designed to teach new players how to play a complete adventure in an hour or less, regardless of experience. With simple to understand rules and progressive level design, anyone can explore the Multiverse with the TTRPG designed to fit in your pocket!
Find out more about Dimensions and their upcoming Kickstarter here. We will update this page when the Kickstarter launches in the upcoming week.
If you’re a Lovecraft fan you have no doubt heard of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society. From their film adaptations of Call of Cthulhu and Whisperer in The Dark to audio dramas, clothing, props, and more; HPLHS have established themselves as a premiere source for Lovecraftian entertainment.
In this episode we interview Sean Branney and Andrew Leman of the HPLHS to discuss the organization’s history, membership, Gen Con, and Dark Adventure Radio Theatre – a dramatization of Chaosium’s Masks of Nyarlathotep.
Be sure to check out the H.P. Lovecraft Society and Chaosium’s booth (#829) at Gen Con 2018.
Kyle Carty of BPB Games stops by to discuss his new game Savage Tokusatsu. Savage Tokusatsu is a roleplaying supplement for Savage Worlds that captures the feeling of both high octane, light hearted transforming heroes and grim fatalistic battles against kaiju.
With simple and fun rules for joint robot piloting, designing unique arms and armor, and high energy combat rules, Savage Tokusatsu is a great addition to any Savage Worlds fan’s collection
Game designer and The Drunk and Ugly podcast member Greg Predmore swings by to discuss his new game Gobblin’, which is currently kickstarting on, well, Kickstarter.
Set in a post-apocalyptic Earth, the goblin race has been banished from their home dimension. Humans may or may not be present, but they’ve sure left a lot of great toys laying around the goblins to play with and/or destroy themselves with reckless abandon.
Upwind is a fantasy RPG currently being Kickstarted about exploration and survival in an endless sky filled with ancient technology. We interview the game’s designer, Jeff Barber, to pick his brain about non-traditional mechanics, old-school animation, and ecology in game worlds.
Chris, Noah, and Adam break out the tin cans and string to interview Caleb Stokes about his upcoming Kickstarter for Hebannon Game’s Red Markets. Red Markets is an economic horror game set in the wake of a partial zombie apocalypse. Check out Red Markets, kickstarting May 23rd, 2016.
Note: We apologize for the poor audio quality, our last job didn’t pay enough bounty to maintain upkeep on recording equipment.