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Podcast Episode The RPG Review Room: FAITH

FAITH is a Spanish Science Fiction RPG by company Burning Games.  FAITH, unlike other RPGs, comes in a box with tons of cards and tokens. Nice looking too! In FAITH, the universe has been connected by a network of wormholes that have thousands of exits to just a many solar systems and planets and five […]

Podcast Episode The RPG Interview Room: Sarah Newton and Mindjammer Kickstarter (2)

A couple of weeks ago I brought you an interview with Sarah in which we talked about MIndjammer and its Kickstarter campaign. However we left behind some important aspects of the game, like the illustration and the physical products, as well as the schedule for the production line and the Traveller version of Mindjammer that […]

Unboxing Phantom League and expansions

Without a doubt, passion is something most game designers have buckets loads of and Timo Multamäki is no exception.

The creator of Phantom League was only so quick and eager to show me his game and it was very impressive indeed!

ACTA: Star Fleet

For almost 25 years I’ve been playing Star Fleet Battles and its derivatives, and while I’m still no expert, I know as much about them as anyone who has played them for any length of time. Ironically, it’s not that I’m that enamored with Star Trek or the Star Trek universe, but more that I’m fascinated by the level of detail that Amarillo Design Bureau (ADB) has put into the game, as well as the idea of big, cool-looking spaceships chewing through one another with energy weapons.

Marvels of Science and Steampunk review

Victoriana has become a darling of mine of recent. From believing it was a system that was hard to be taken seriously, I’ve gone to actually love it and regard it as close in richness (if not richer) than Call of Cthulhu. Yep, feel free to disagree. I won’t change my mind. Get over it.

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