I’m a big fan of simple games. I know some gamers pride themselves on being able to play the most complicated and intricate games there are – and don’t get me wrong, I love those too – but sometimes I
The day’s finally here: we’ve launched Noirlandia on Kickstarter! Noirlandia is a cooperative roleplaying game for 3-4 players about a desperate investigation in a fantastic city. Players work together to build the city as well as a murder mystery, which they
Noirlandia is a game about dark cities and the dark mysteries they hold. Appropriately, the art in Noirlandia is often gritty and full of blurred lines. Here’s some of the concept art and experiments being made, some of which will
The internet and mobile platforms have given rise to many new kinds of games. At the same time, they’ve also helped older types of games find new life, thanks to the creativity of game designers and the enthusiasm of players.
As game creators, we want as many people as possible to roll the dice and take a chance with our game. And as game players, we know that terrible feeling of sitting down with a rulebook and scrunching up our
No matter what anyone tells you, games are never really apolitical. Because, well, they’re not created or played in a vacuum, isolated from everything and everyone else. We live in a highly political world. By that, I don’t mean Democrats