Last Monday, we had a playtest for FEV with a gaming circle of mine. While I normally wouldn’t want to run my own playtest since that affects the results and makes them less useful, we did notice some issues that needed correcting and are hard at work on the next draft of the title.
We have just been approved to sell The Samurai, A 13th Age Class. After putting it into layout, it will be good for sale.
Finally, the last thing I wanted to announce is that, once FEV’s fourth draft is done, we will be doing an open-playtest of the title. This will be in addition to our regular closed-playtesting. We will post the fourth draft up on the site as a google doc. Anyone can read it, play the game, and leave some feedback.
Let me just say this: I love feedback. It’s hard to design when you are the only eyes on it. You can benchmark against other products, but it’s hard to tell how good something is on your own. While a close circle of playtesters is good, you do need outside opinions as well or else you might not be able to make the best product you can. Of course, that doesn’t mean I take every bit of criticism I get and apply it. However, I always try to consider it and, if it makes sense, apply it. I really feel that’s the only way one can get better at something: getting honest criticism and making their own judgments on it.
What I’m trying to say with the above is that I’d appreciate any critiques you could provide.
Chambara, A Duel Of Souls has just been released onto our storepage on DTRPG. Anyone looking for some Samurai action should check it out.
Chamara, A Duel Of Souls has finished its last layout pass and will soon be up on our store! We’d like to thank Chris Longhurst for getting the game together properly and quickly!
What is Chambara, A Duel Of Souls?
“Deadly clashes of Blades!
Struggles of the heart and soul!
The life of a warrior without fear!
Jump into your favorite Akira Kurosawa film and explore the dangerous and honorable lives of the Samurai. A game about honor, duty, and dueling, Chambara focuses on being light, fast, and lethal: like the swing of a blade!”
We retract our previous update. Save The Date! is now out on DTRPG.
Due to processing, Save The Date! will likely not be released until tomorrow, at the earliest. We apologize for this oversight on our part.
Save The Date! has just passed through its penultimate layout draft. We plan on having it on DriveThruRPGs shelves by Sunday, October 18th, 2015.
Save The Date! is a light, improv game inspired by silly, romantic comedies. The Plucky Protagonist tries to win the favor of their Star-Crossed Lover as the Fates hilariously intervene. Designed as a pick-up/party game, it should be a delight for those who like their romance silly and irreverent.
Libertad, of Quasar Knight Enterprises, reviewed our product, Dungeon Bastards, a little while back. Anyone interested in the title should check out the review. Always be an informed consumer.
As a reminder, Dungeon Bastards is a rules lite, irreverent roleplaying game built for short campaigns around muderhobos causing a ruckus in towns.
Full Disclosure: Libertad received a review copy of the title.