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Skirmish: Week in Review

In the last week, we’ve had at least a dozen games of Skirmish, spread across four players (aged 6, 9, 15 and, uh… ‘adult’), with varying versions of the rules. What’s been especially encouraging is that the two smallest playtesters have gone back for multiple games between themselves entirely of their own accord. When one […]

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HexTerra – Sales Data Analysis

This week I’ve once again done zero with respect to game development. Sometimes life just gets in the way of all the fun stuff! But I told myself that I would try my hardest to stick to a weekly blog post, so here we are. HexTerra has now been on the market for almost exactly […]

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HexTerra – Tabletop Terrain

Bring a point of difference to your next RPG session with¬†HexTerra, a modular hex-based tile system for RPG terrain. The moment you’ve all been waiting for is here! Announcing… HexTerra! Available now on DriveThruRPG as “Pay What You Want”, there is literally no reason not to grab it and give it a try. Don’t have […]

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Trials and Tribulations of 3D Designing

Last week, I outlined my fruitless search for a¬†modular, hex-based terrain system for tabletop RPGs. As a result, I started working on my own solution. I’m not a designer of any description by trade, and CAD programs give me a huge headache, so this is something that I’ve no doubt made more complicated for myself […]

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Tabletop Bling – 3D Terrain

Oops, I Did It Again… I swear I didn’t set out to create yet another project that would claim so many more hours of my life. Honest, I didn’t. But I started running some test prints for 3D terrain (I’m a sucker for props in my Pathfinder games) and none of them really did what […]