It is safe to say that Fighting Fantasy cemented a literary genre that had barely been explored in the past. The series of books took some experimental writings that toyed with the idea of letting the reader determine the course and, ultimately, the outcome of the story.
The USA has GenCon and in the UK we have Dragonmeet. It might not have the size and length of GenCon, but it is a seriously cool little convention that takes place every in London and gathers the most prestigious publishers in the British scene and some of the most well-respected authors in the RPG […]
Welcome to the new episode of the boardgame edition of the G*M*S Magazine Podcast.
In this episode we have an interview with David Sirlin, from Sirlin Games fame; creators of Yomi, Puzzle Strike and Flash Duel. Arguably the best fighting games out there, though you’ll have to play them to find out if they’re as good as I think they are (and I think they’re very good!).
Revolver: The Wild West Gunfighting Game, from White Goblin Games Review by Mark Rivera from Boardgames in Blighty Designer – Mark Chaplin Artist – Chechu Nieto Thanks to White Goblin Games for providing a review copy of this game Revolver, is a non-collectible card game for 2 players, playing Colonel Ned McReady or bandito Jack […]
I happen to hear that game-books like the ones I used to enjoy so much are coming to the iPad. I gleefully get to the App Store and get The Temple of the Spider God. No less because it has been written by Jonathan Green, who is a veteran of Fighting Fantasy books.