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Biff, Blat, and Boom, all in 8 Bit

If you want some 8 or 16 bit sounds for your Shadowrun campaign or just want to reminisce about the olden days of digital gaming, check out as3sfxr by Super Flash Bros. The site generates sounds which you can save and download as .wav files. And it’s just so much fun to play with. And if […]

Posted 18 September 2014

Call for Play Testers

Last week I shared some random orciness, and this week I’m going to share another sneak peak of the little something I’ve been working on: Orc Bowling. I don’t have a release date yet, but watch this space and follow me on Newgrounds. If you’re interested in being a play tester for the game, send me a […]

Posted 4 September 2014

Random Orciness

Here’s a little random something for you today, since I know you like orcs as much as I. I’m working on a small game that will feature this character, so stay tuned.  

Posted 28 August 2014

Never Been a Better Beta

The Claustrophobia Beta Test is officially over. Thank you to everyone who sent in their feedback, which has been included in the latest version of the Beta Test on DriveThruRPG. Even though the Beta is over, you can always send me your feedback, I’d love to hear from you.   The book is off to […]

Posted 21 August 2014

A Devilish Book Review

Pathfinder Tales: Master of Devils by Dave Gross   I’m really enjoying this series by Dave Gross, which started with “Prince of Wolves” and continues with “Queen of Thorns“.   In “Master of Devils“, Count Varian Jeggare, his bodyguard Radovan and Arnisant, their faithful hound, are plunged into the mysterious land of Tian Xia. While […]

Posted 7 August 2014

Paper Warriors

I love miniatures, but it was only a few years ago that I gave paper miniatures a try. I’m glad I did. Paper miniatures are inexpensive, easy to carry around, replaceable and look great. That makes them worthwhile if you have to travel and GM.   Here are a few links I recently stumbled across: […]

Posted 31 July 2014

The Book of Faces

I have a bad habit of spontaneously starting new projects, but that’s okay, because the wheel of progress is always turning and things do, eventually, get finished. My latest project is a little bit of an experiment in game book design. Do you remember those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books, or the green backed “Fighting […]

Posted 24 July 2014

Claustrophobia Art Update

When I see the awesome work my design gnomes have put into Claustrophobia I get really excited. I just wish I could share it all with you now! Unfortunately, I do have to save some surprises for the actual book. Props to my talented brother, Donovan Sloan, for this provocative work.   Copper Labyrinth Lunatic Labyrinth is a Best […]

Posted 19 July 2014

The Hero’s Journey

Last week I promised to tell you about a great structure for your stories and games. Well, let me introduce Joseph Campbell, and his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Mr Campbell says that all myths, no matter where and when they were created, share a common series of events. This structure is common to […]

Posted 17 July 2014

3 Stone Stories

I’ve been yearning for a game that was simple to play and didn’t need much ‘stuff’. Something that focused on the story, but didn’t require source books and rules referencing. The game I wanted would unlock the imagination, not impede it. As a bonus, I wanted the game to help me write more meaningful stories […]

Posted 10 July 2014

Claustrophobia! Role-Playing Game - Beta

Claustrophobia! RPG Garden gnomes, adventures to the Earth's Core, monsters and mayhem await...
Now in open beta.

Exclusive to
Drive Thru RPG

Lunatic Labyrinth

140by156Cover A solo or 1-on-1 RPG adventure for one character of Lvl 1 or 2. Includes a useful maze map tool.

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Drive Thru RPG, Paizo or Indie Press Revolution

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