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Dear Joe Mcdaldno, I have played three of your games: Monsterhearts, Ribbon Drive, and The Quiet Year. My hat goes off to you. Your website philosophy for game design is “games that mean something.” You accept good deeds as payment. … Continue reading
by Joe Lastowski As a boy growing up in the 80s & 90s, Dungeons & Dragons was a significant part of my activity calendar for many of my formative years1. One of the things that pushed me towards that world … Continue reading
The MythSpoken Crew gathers round the fireplace to discuss what they would want for the holidays if they were suddenly in charge of DC Comics, Marvel, Warner Brothers, HBO, etc… Listen Now!
I don’t think aliens are trademarked, though most games that try to incorporate the non-TM Aliens (capital A) from the film franchise (and can we please just forget Prometheus ever happened, I would rather revisit Aliens 4) they call them … Continue reading
We take you out to the ballpark as we give the classic baseball simulation game Strat-O-Matic a play-through! Thrill to the 2012 Boston Red Sox taking on the 2006 Cleveland Indians! The Northampton store is in the process of setting … Continue reading
The MythSpoken Crew sits down and explores the intricacies of the character generation system of Monsterhearts. Listen Now!
I fear the titles of these blog posts are veering into a territory that there may be no going back from, but puns seem to be part of gaming for many people, so I will roll with it… My friend … Continue reading
As the world recovers from the recent Zombie attacks, the MythSpoken Northampton Crew is still unaccounted for; the only information we have to date is this mp3 file that has recently surfaced. Listen … Continue reading
So, I wrote a game. It might even be available in print. But this isn’t about that. Why did I write a game? To make tens of dollars? Nope. I wrote the game I wanted to play. I wrote a … Continue reading