The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 100–Hype, Cows and Cthulhu Wars with Dr Reddy and Kara

After a bit too long to wait to record this episode, Dr Reddy, Kara and myself have managed to get together to record our 100th episode and we have a bit of everything for you.

Achtung! Cthulhu – Assault on the Mountains of Madness Confirmed

British tabletop gaming publisher Modiphius prepares to scale H.P. Lovecraft’s Mountains of Madness for its successfully funded Achtung! Cthulhu Kickstarter Project Following the successful fundraising for the Achtung! Cthulhu Investigator’s & Keeper’s Guides in just 26 hours, and the smashing of a string of Stretch Goals, Modiphius Entertainment has announced a huge new campaign for […]

Dragonmeet interviews with Sarah Newton and Stuart Boon

If you thought we had forgotten Dragonmeet, you were wrong. If you had forgotten Dragonmeet, tutt tutt! First of all interview with author, designer and friend Sarah Newton. We talk Mindjammer, Achtung Cthulhu and some more, though it’s not long interview, just to leave you wanting for more! And then also an interview with no […]

Achtung! Cthulhu – The Investigator’s Guide to the Secret War & The Keeper’s Guide to the Secret War launch on Kickstarter

British publisher Modiphius, is taking to crowdsourcing platform Kickstarter.com to bring its dark vision of a secret World War Two to life. Inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos of HP Lovecraft, Modiphius Entertainment is launching the Keeper’s and the Investigator’s Guides to the Secret War for use in the terrifying World War Two roleplaying game setting, […]

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 79–Dark Harvest: The Legacy of Frankenstein

At last, after too long of waiting, and not without some host coordination issues, we are back to bring you more RPG goodness and more interviews. Huzzah!

In this episode Dale and I talk about the recently reprint of the AD&D games by Wizards of the Coast. Together with the release of old modules and material in PDF through DriveThruRPG.com, there are also a small number of physical books you can get your hands on if you so wish. But is there a point to that, or are you better off buying the books in the second hand market?

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