Tag: sci-fi

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Hellas–A World of Sun and Stone

We wouldn’t be the civilisation we are now if the Greeks hadn’t been there. OK, OK, the same could be said about the Romans and other ancient civilisations, but they are not what Hellas is all about.

How Do I Describe My Hobby?

It’s a hard thing to describe. Well, it’s hard to describe in such a way that does it justice, that will get across how good it is without actually sitting someone down and letting them play. This may be drastic, and not everyone may agree, but I believe that roleplaying games are one of the best forms of entertainment you could partake in, ever. It’s a bold statement so I will try to back it up.

Triune – Gamemaster’s Edition

Triune is a new Role-Playing game by Happy Bishop Games. This game can be termed futuristic, realistic fantasy. In this game religion has been outlawed, gates have been opened to two new universes that mankind has named ‘Heaven’ and ‘Hell’. It is the player characters responsibility to enforce the newly established rules and regulations concerning these two universes and our own interaction with them.

G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 2

Welcome to the second episode of the G*M*S Magazine. The G*M*S Magazine podcast brings you reviews, interviews and opinion pieces about the world of role playing games, board games, card games and wargames. In this episode we have Jeff Mechlinsky, the creator and mind behind Age Past, a great new role playing game with a…
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Abandon all Hope

By Megan Robertson You might think that it was bad enough to be locked up on an automated spaceship and sent off on a one-way journey to an unknown destination in the company of people even nastier than yourself… but that’s only the start of it. Science-fiction meets horror meets prison drama in this game…
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