Jun 282012
 

stacks_image_96[1]And, as promised, here is the second part of the interview with Graeme Davis.

In this episode I have Jenn with me, which is great because she just launched her first Kickstarter project and we talk about that.

But first things first.

Graeme talks, in depth, about his passion for Colonial Gothic and the reasons that brought him into it. His cooperation with Richard Iorio has been pivotal in developing a setting and world that is seriously stunning. If you’re looking for a historical based alternative to Call of Cthulhu, this is exactly what you’re looking for.

13e624b5aa20fe976383a8c04b727389_large[1]And Jenn’s project sounds amazing!

Project Ninja Panda Taco is now ready to be backed in Kickstarter. Ever wanted to have a minion and take over the world? Now is your chance!

A GM-less game that places the emphasis on fun and quick play than tons of rules. Lots and lots of great artwork and so many great professionals involved in this project that I am properly looking forward to seeing it published!

So please, head onto Kickstarter now and help Jenn make her first project a reality!

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Paco G. Jaen

Born in Spain with a talent for dyslexia, I am gamer, player, graphic designer, photographer and psycotherapist. Also online magazine publisher and writer. Yep.. I do lead a busy life!