Tag: steampunk

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Nine Worlds Review

By Paco Garcia Jaen We geeks of the world look to the west and very often we grumble with hidden envy at the conventions that take place in the USA about our favourite subjects. Comics? They have them. Science-Fiction? They have them. Fantasy, they have them. Role Playing games? They have it. Boardgames? They don’t…
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Cubicle 7 releases Victoriana 3rd Edition!

Victoriana – a world of high adventure and intrigue in an age of sorcery and steam! The year is 1856 and the world roils in the unseen conflict between Order and Entropy. As technology marches forward the Celestial Engine moves ever faster, and all our fates grow more precarious. Now is the time to act…
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An early review of Kuro

I have had my eye on this little beauty for a while, and when a couple of twitter people I follow started talking about it, I just had to ask if there was a way to get my hands on a review copy of it. Quite selfishly, I also wanted it to run the game at some point. I get a huge kick out of running horror RPGs, and my regular readers will know that I’m currently GMing a CP2020 game for my local gaming society. Seriously, they couldn’t have designed a game to grab my attention better, without rubbing some Steampunk all over it…

Mystic Empyrean

Mystic Empyrean is not an iPad game, and is not a boardgame either. This is a GM-less (more or less) Role Playing Best that has managed to develop storytelling in a truly fantastic and accessible way.

Spiel 2011–The high points

Spiel has been going on since the early 1980’s and every year has been attracting more and more games companies looking to showcase and sell their games. It is currently the biggest games trade show in the world and it attracts over 150.000 people over 4 days. No mean feat at all!