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.
Ahh… the adorable, ever so vulnerable and hunter/lumberjack dependent Little Red Riding Hood… Such sweetness and cuteness, huh?
Well no. In this game she’s pretty tough and the zombie werewolves are in more trouble than they can imagine. I will admit to one thing: I bought this game because it has zombies in it. Pure and simple. I love zombies, even if they come in the unlikely shape of werewolves.
Since Halloween is the time of the year when the veil between the living and the dead is thinnest, we though it’s be a good idea to talk with Dale and Vickey about horror games and also about zombies.
And talking Zombies, you might remember a short while ago I reviewed Outlive Outdead, from Happy Bishop Games. In this episode i have the pleasure of interviewing WJ McGuffin, the excellent writer behind the game and the concept of creating an RPG that’s actually competitive.
Twilight Creations has been bringing games to the fray for a very long time. And they like zombies. And they like zombies with good reason and they make great games with zombies. Like the game Zombies!
War of the Dead Chapter One is the first leg of the War of the Dead campaign epic for Savage Worlds by Daring Entertainment. To be clear: Chapter One is actually 13 adventures, of which there will ultimately be 52 (not counting one sheets, which Daring has begun to release). It is a modern setting, set during a zombie outbreak, and you can buy them in bits or you can buy all of Chapter One as a package. I’m going to save you the trouble: Like Savage Worlds and zombies? Go buy the bundle. I’ll even link to it for you.