Last spring Free League announced they were working on a tabletop RPG set in the gritty, neon, rain-soaked, vaguely Japanese Blade Runner universe. They ran a Kickstarter last spring and proved there was demand, puling in over a million dollars on its first day. But if you missed that campaign, the RPG will be available to purchase for regular folks very soon.
Mythroll Armory just sent us a notice stating they’re working on their next set of artful tabletop dice. This is nothing new, but what’s different is they happen to be cooking up more than one project.
Free League Publishing, creators of the hit Middle Earth RPG The One Ring, are about to introduce a 5E compatible variant called The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying. The final retail version of the game isn’t set to appear until 2023, and not even the date of the Kickstarter has been announced….but you can try out an early version today.
The Walking Dead is finally coming to an end this weekend…well, sort of. There are plenty of spinoffs that will keep the brand alive, and some of them include characters from the original series. But if you want to make your own story, TWD will give you a “Game Master” divider screen and let you do that too.
Last month LionWing Publishing announced they were working on a localization of Convictor Drive, a superhero/tokusatsu-inspired tabletop RPG from the team behind Picaresque Roman. The game was first sold in Japanese markets in 2019.
After Free League Publishing and Stockholm Kartell developed and released MORG BORG in 2020, tabletop customers ate it up and started demanding a sequel. As of today it’s here: CY_BORG.
We certainly haven’t seen the last of The Last Of Us. There may not be any actual games in development beyond the eighteenth unnecessary remaster of Part 1, but the story is certainly having its own life in other media. There’s an HBO TV series adaption coming in two months, and now the story of Joel and Ellie will be told in tabletop form when The Last of Us: Escape the Dark is released.
Have you ever wondered what happens after your tabletop roleplaying game character dies? Now, with the Ink TTRPG by Snowbright Studio, you can tell that tale – and the experience is a lesson in acceptance, healing, and community, all classic staples of Snowbright’s mission statement.
Free League Publishing and Stockholm Kartell developed and released MORG BORG in 2020, a tabletop RPG with a dark and grungy artpunk style. While a few expansions for MORK BORG have been released, we’ve had to wait for a true sequel until today. CY_BORG is almost ready and will be hitting shelves next month.
The chill of mist-filled night. The howl of distant wolves. The leer of hungry, ravenous undead. Welcome to the world of Shiver, the tabletop roleplaying game by Parable Games! Shiver and Shiver: Double Feature are created by Charlie and Barney Menzies and is a full, setting-agnostic TTRPG designed to emulate your favorite horror movies. With a fast, exciting, and creative narrative combat system and killer art from Ben Alexader, the game will surely slay your RPG lull.
Mana Project Studio and Don’t Panic Games are teaming up with anime studio Sunrise to produce an official RPG based on Cowboy Bebop. When we first reported on it we didn’t know much, but mow that the crowdfunding campaign has officially launched, all the details are out there. Don’t Panic has worked with many other anime properties including Attack On Titan, Naruto, Tokyo Ghoul and one previous Bebop-related project, a card game.
Rule of Chaos has created a new setting and ruleset for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition. Published by Alexander Amstler, it is a new way to play your favorite ttrpg by focusing play onto powerful demons of various shapes and sizes. Rule of Chaos – Demonic 5E features 6 new playable demon races, 10 re-imagined classes, and hundreds of new magic item, subclass, and template combinations that will never make the same game!