Rome: Rise to Power is another history based game, this time from Golden Egg Games, creators of City Council and Athlas Duel for Divinity and also with a nice twist: A trademarked mechanic system. It’s all in the podcast… Also very interesting is that this time the game is also going to be finished, printed, […]
I believe one of the problems of the RPG hobby in general is that we don’t talk about it to people who don’t know about it often enough.
So we decided to do something about it at the UK Games Expo and organised a seminar with a bunch of people worth listening to and we go from a brief history of RPGs to some selection of games that would suit different types of gamer, ages and genres.
Unravel sacred mysteries and explore the empire in this unique alternate Roman history setting where a mad emperor is saviour of the world. As Neptune’s armies threaten Rome, Caligula creates a secret order to root them out. The Servants of Gaius come from all the ranks of the Empire, chosen by the divine emperor himself. […]
My dear readers, today I come to you with a question that arose to mind after play-testing “Many Fires” with my regular group of friends at the gaming club.
Non-Trivial Quest is a game designed by Douglas Arduini, a now retired Electric Engineer from the USA with a vision to create an educational game since 1987. After retirement, he has been able to dedicate the time, energy and resources needed to finish the game that he came up with.