Sep 182012
 

Hello fans of the Blog!

Today I have a quick announcement from the Editor’s Desk – The Boston Festival of Indie Games is happening this Saturday (the 22nd) at MIT. It’s a free festival celebrating all the different types of Indie Game development we have here in Boston, including video games, but also tabletop games! If you want to go, registration is free on their site.

I’ll be there in the tabletop/card/board/rpg area all day exhibiting a little game I’ve been working on called Pulp!. What’s Pulp! you ask? Why it’s this game I’ve been tossing around the back of my mind for the last few years that I’ve finally gotten around to writing down this summer. It focuses on simplified characters that can easily stick on a post-it note. Your attributes are also your hit points, so the longer you fight before resting – the harder things get. It’s all based around a d6, so it’s filled with big successes and big failures. Best of all, it’s quick to learn and fits in your pocket!

I’m still early in play-testing, so there’s nowhere to get the game yet, in case you were worried that you missed it. I’ll likely be bringing it to a few more cons before anything gets released to make sure things are polished.

Some come on down if you’re in the area! It’s destined to be a fun day for all.

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Brian Liberge

Brian Liberge is a father of one, living in Boston, MA. Introduced to AD&D at an early age, he’s continued to update with the editions, and new games. He loves home-brewed ideas, is honest to a fault, and thinks that ideas and mechanics should absolutely be shared between systems. With a B.S. Degree in Theatre Arts, a job in Information Technology, and a love of strategy gaming, he tries to bring the best of each into his new creations for StufferShack. Check out his latest book the Midgard Bestiary for 4e, available now. Profile Page / Article Portfolio

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