Mobile gaming is a steadily-growing market. An estimated 50.4% of Americans (as of March) now own a smartphone. But I’ll be honest–when the whole discussion on mobile gaming started, I wondered whether or not it would ever really appeal to me and to gamers like me. Sure, Facebook had shown that social and casual games… Continue reading Mobile Gaming Review: “Dungeon Village”
Lots of new MMO games are being released in 2012, but these 5 offer something new and different!
Recently, my regular D&D group has been meeting very irregularly. A combination of factors conspired to create this situation–among them the release of the D&D Next playtest (very well-received with our group) and some changing work schedules for some of us. Two of our players now arrive much later than we’d like to optimally start,… Continue reading One-shot RPGs for Gaming Groups in Flux
Welcome back, True Believers! In the Danger Room, we’ll look at a custom Marvel Heroic Roleplaying datafile together (either one of my own creation, or someone else’s) and go over the design points of the character. Last week, I showed you how open the possibilities were in Marvel Heroic Roleplaying for creating a character from… Continue reading [Danger Room] Marvel RPG Custom Datafile – Setzer Gabbiani (Final Fantasy VI)
Our final installment of our introduction to Marvel Heroic Roleplaying focuses on customization! The system is very flexible and allows players to play the hero they want to play. This piece will focus mostly on character creation and show you some examples of custom heroes with some design notes on choices I made while making… Continue reading Marvel Heroic Roleplaying PDF and Customization Tips