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viernes, 13 de abril de 2012

April 2012 News

I inaugurate this April with an entry on the first news that are starting to happen.

Little addenda to my March’s Carrusel Bloguero post

El Dado Inquieto stars this first new because, as a suggestion of one of my Catalan readers (Oddball) I have added in my March’s Carrusel Bloguero entry a link to the alternate chronology of Twilight 2000 from 1998 to 2005 that appears in the Argonauta website, I hope that you will find it interesting and useful.

39th Lunar Cover of the Fanzine rolero

Note: This is a translation of the press note, the Fanzine itself is written in Spanish.
El Fanzine Rolero reaches its 39th Cover:

Here we go again, another full moon was coming about and this time we offer two downloadable files, one for old gaming (Aventuras D6), and other for new gaming (a scenario for Fiasco).

If you want to play with a system you already know with Star Wars by Joc and don’t need it for a non-space game you already can with it, and if you are short of Fiasco scenarios, a game published at the end of the last month, you have another one.

We won’t talk more about this month downloadable files, they were properly announced before and we want to show off materials of our sections below.

In Analysis, Apocalypse World y Eusebi, Adventure Time by Kha and Spellbound Kingdoms by Capitán Alain Masseri, but we add two Game Tests, one of Mazes & Minotaurs by the previous editor and one of Todo Empieza con Igor Gouzenko by Cifuentes.

Recovered from NSR magazine and for Game Workshop, Mario Grande talks about mixing role-playing games with a module of RuneQuest with Hellenic people and Cthulhu with the Spanish Civil War.

We also don’t forget things made at home. Geos debuts this cover with an adaptation of the magic philosophy in Donjon to be used in XD6 games like Ablaneda, and Kon contributes with an adaptation of Historias de Darakkia to the peculiar system of generation and resolution of Wizardz & Warriorz.

To the downloadable and playable files we add at Modules and & Playables the continuing republishing of the D100 module of Los Mapas del Reino Antiguo by Jkeats previously appearing in NSR, El Último Viaje del MoonBeam for Shadow Hunters designed by the co-creator of the game Carlos Plaza.

Flying Swordsmen

To finish this first news’ delivery I will show you the game Flying Swordsmen, written by Dennis Laffey which I discovered in the last news’ entries of Dreams of Mythic Fantasy.

Flying Swordsmen is a game of Old School aesthetics (so it’s fully compatible with games like Aventuras en La Marca del Este or Labyrinth Lord) with Wuxia, as a central theme, the martial arts genre of films starred by Jet Li, Chow Yun-Fat, Michelle Yeoh and many other actors. If you like this kind of cinema or Chinese culture I recommend you to download Flying Swordsmen.

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