Black Armada published the Joshua Fox designed Last Fleet after a successful Kickstarter.
I’ll admit a fondness for bestiaries, which seems odd given only a weak interest in crunch, no interest in melee heavy games and an appreciation for politics, discovery and intrigue in my RPGs.
This review is not a blog rushing out coverage of a game straight out of the oven. I’m writing this up because The Elephant & Macaw Banner is a great game; it stands on its own two feet. It’s also a game that leans into D&D or Western fantasy.
Looking to add some danger and excitement to your comfortable 5e routine? Runehammer’s 5e hack might be what you’re looking for, or may just give you some ideas for your own homebrew. My first-hand impressions await within.
My fear was that this RPG wouldn’t feel like Hellboy. It does. It doesn’t feel like Dungeons & Dragons’ 5th edition, though. One new rule is responsible for that, and we’ll get on to that gamer changer in just a bit.
The Powered by the Apocalypse Briar & Bramble RPG is set in 20th century England, in the countryside. Ish. In truth, the designer does not want that to limit the animals you might play.
Gimmick Zero is a free to download RPG inspired by shows like Bubblegum Crisis, Megaman Zero and Katana Zero.
Over Arms is a lightweight RPG from Rookie Jet Studio, which I backed on Kickstarter and which I thoroughly enjoy.