Thursday, June 23, 2016

A Single Moment on Sale!

A Single Moment is part of the 2016 Dark Urban Fantasy sale at DriveThruRPG this month!
Grab yourself a copy of the game at 16% off!  The sale is only until the 27th.

Featured Spotlight! @ Visionary

I remain humbled at the support and attention I've been getting at the gaming and podcast communities abroad.  It feels superb to know that others whom I have never met have been keen on showing their love and support.  This one goes out to PallComm @Visionary who has been so kind as to feature me on their spotlight.

Thank you so much!

Sunday, May 29, 2016

2016 Update on the 12 New Games for the Year

I'm definitely lagging behind in my 12 new games goal for the year.  I'm anxious to add more to my list soon, but real life has its hurdles.  But definitely in the pipeline are 7th Sea's 2nd edition game, Pugmire, and maybe even something solo like The Beast.

2016 New Games
1) Pocket Odyssey
2) Marvel Heroic Role-playing Game
3) Fiasco: Bookhounds
4) Wield
5) #TagRPG
6) Mutant City Blues

2015 New Games

Game Closet 4 - I'm in a podcast!

The Riverhouse Games has very kindly featured me on their Game Closet podcast.   Gaaaah, why do I sound so nasal. And yeah, I was so nervous I kept chatting and chatting and talking on and on hahaha!  

Here's the write-up on the episode:
Hello friends! And welcome to another great episode of the Riverhouse Games Podcast. We’re doing another Games Closet episode this time, talking to a super cool designer from Manila named Tobie Abad. Tobie has a super cool game out now called A Single Moment, about two Samurai facing off and the road that led them there. I talk to Tobie about the gaming scene where he lives in the Phillipines, what it was like writing Samurai games, and how to use Romantic Comedies to make your games better.

Thank you again so much for having me on it, Taylor.
Listen to the podcast today!

Monday, May 23, 2016

More A Single Moment love!

So first, here's the artwork by Chris, as inspired by She's a Super Geek's A Single Moment session.  This was the finale scene in their game session.  Thank you so much for creating this, Chris!

It means a huge lot to know people are trying my game and having fun!  Thank you so much for tweeting about how much you've enjoyed A Single Moment, guys.  I only hope to be able to write even more fun games for you all to enjoy.


Thank you so much, Phil and Glenn!

Which makes me really consider what direction I want it to take in the future.  I currently have plans for a companion/supplement book, and I also have the offer to consider.  A lot of this is really overwhelmingly unbelievable right now, given I just really got started in writing stuff at this new professional level.

Gotta tell you, its a wild ride!   And its great feeling all the love the community is willing to give.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

A Single Moment with She's A Super Geek

Today, I learned that She's a Super Geek, a wonderful actual play podcast highlighting women as GMs played my game, A Single Moment!  Senda and Emily played two samurai whose tale of Loyalty took a very unexpected turn.

The game session even has fan art and I'll see if the artist is willing to let me repost the work here.
Also extending thank yous to Chris and Phil of Misdirected Mark porcast for pointing the game out to them. A Single Moment was mention in this in the podcast episode MMP#208 It is at around the 50 minute mark as someone they refer to as the Herald suggests, "Every podcaster should play A Single Moment.".  And they're planning to play the RomCom version and I can't wait to hear them play it.   I definitely am excited at the response the game has been having.  Thank you so much!

Whoever you are, dear Herald, I thank you and owe you a beer. I'm sorry I didn't quite catch your name but I do hope to hear from you.

EDIT: Just been told that the Herald was Pallcomm of VisionaryComms
Thank you again for suggesting to all podcasters to try my humble game.

She's a Super Geek website
She's a Super Geek Patreon Page

Monday, May 16, 2016

I miss the Tzimisce

I'm a sucker for gruesome stuff.  This campaign, which I cannot say is an effective or misdirected one, does make the gamer in me smile.  Memories of Vampire: The Masquerade's Tzimisce Clan come to mind.

I wonder when I will get to run a vampire campaign again.
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