Otherworld – experimenting with form

I’ve been doing a lot more game writing in lockdown (who knew that the collapse of the prime industry you worked in and zero travelling would open up so much time eh?), but what I’m currently finding exciting is trying things that don’t quite sit within the term ‘tabletop’. I’m currently working on six shortContinue reading “Otherworld – experimenting with form”

Bear Gameplay #5

In April 2020, I wrote and released Bear, a solo tabletop role-playing game (available here.) It is a game that allows the player to tell an ongoing story that they can revisit at any time (with the player imagined as a magically empowered patron of an adventurer in another world), and I’ve decided to write downContinue reading “Bear Gameplay #5”

Bear Gameplay #4

In April 2020, I wrote and released Bear, a solo tabletop role-playing game (available here.) It is a game that allows the player to tell an ongoing story that they can revisit at any time (with the player imagined as a magically empowered patron of an adventurer in another world), and I’ve decided to write downContinue reading “Bear Gameplay #4”

Bear gameplay #1

In April 2020, I wrote and released Bear, a solo tabletop role-playing game (available here.) It is a game that allows the player to tell an ongoing story that they can revisit at any time (with the player imagined as a magically empowered patron of an adventurer in another world), and I’ve decided to write downContinue reading “Bear gameplay #1”

Bear gameplay #2

In April 2020, I wrote and released Bear, a solo tabletop role-playing game (available here.) It is a game that allows the player to tell an ongoing story that they can revisit at any time (with the player imagined as a magically empowered patron of an adventurer in another world), and I’ve decided to write downContinue reading “Bear gameplay #2”

Bear gameplay #3

In April 2020, I wrote and released Bear, a solo tabletop role-playing game (available here.) It is a game that allows the player to tell an ongoing story that they can revisit at any time (with the player imagined as a magically empowered patron of an adventurer in another world), and I’ve decided to write downContinue reading “Bear gameplay #3”