Revisiting Lamentations of the Flame Princess

Since posting about various retroclone games, I've re-examined my opinions a bit. Thus, I decided to revisit Lamentations of the Flame Princess. Something about the design kept calling me back. In part, the layout looks gorgeous, even in the free no-art version. Also, largely inspired by LotFP, I watched the 2009 movie Solomon Kane. I wanted to get … Continue reading Revisiting Lamentations of the Flame Princess

Review: Secrets of the Old City from Immersive Ink

I've not yet had the opportunity to play an RPG that takes place in an urban environment. I'd really like to do that soon, however. To that end, I've picked up a few products to explore the ideas. This includes Vornheim, of course. But it already has a well-deserved reputation as perhaps the high water mark … Continue reading Review: Secrets of the Old City from Immersive Ink