I need a cultural consultant for the Zulu Nation in the late 1800s. This is a paying gig, although the budget isn't much, for a #steampunk #ttrpg that's directly confronting issues like colonialism and imperialism, following the "punk" in the name of the genre. Those interested should contact email@example.com for further information. #rpgs
I've been putting together an "apocalypse backpack," 10 days of supplies for two people and a dog in a single 65 liter backpack. And it's really changing how I think about the supplies for #DnD characters--and what those items must really weigh.
Wonder if there's a column in there somewhere.
Boardgames, play log
I played a few new games tofay:
* The captain is dead (I didnt finish it, my character was a bit useless).
* Insider (pretty good, maybe something for the werewolf lovers that need something new.)
* Chinatown (good, but maybe 5 players is too many).
I loved the art on the captain is dead.
I am not too sure chinatown needed to be chinatown, I feel it would be better as a peaky blinders or a mafia theme game.
PSA: If any #gamedev s are traveling around north iceland you are more than welcome to drop by and visit me at kollafoss
Game Farm for a cup of coffee and some gamedev chat. We are only 15 minute drive from the ring road.
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Hey all! Im a beginnerish hobbyist game maker who wants capitalism and imperialism out of games
My main is @nohomosuperior
This account is mostly to post about the project im working on, so far ive been just calling it community
Its inspired by stardew valley, night in the woods, undertale, pathologic, and a few other games. Genre wise its like, capitalism survival sim plus town rpg, and the mechanics focus on your characters wellbeing and forming connections w your neighbours :)
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Dabbling with card/board game design and 3d printing
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