Cornucopia of Cool, 062414

Another round of cool and geeky stuff that deserves to be shared.

Kitsune: Of Foxes and Fools

Eastern mythology meets tabletop card game fun as these magical foxes teach lessons to fools through trickery, thus earning their tails. A cute and intriguing game for anime and mythology fans (and their kids). The print-and-play version is free.

 

Die Cast

A live-play group that focuses on games you may not have ever heard of, the Die Cast crew is spreading the love of tabletop gaming and shining light on stuff otherwise left in the shadows cast by bigger, more popular games.

The Great Game (ICONS)

ICONS took the superhero gaming world by storm a while back, but it’s not been as high up on folks lists in recent times. There’s still a lot of amazing stuff out there for it, including this gem you may have missed. It takes your ICONS gaming into “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Green Lantern Corps” territory.

 

Applied Vectors Artwork Fund

My friend, Ian Liddle of Applied Vectors fame, is looking for some help in upgrading his models package for his art. By helping him out, not only do you do a great thing for a great guy who constantly gives of his time and his assets to help others, but you’ll also wind up with some great free product based on what he creates from your contributions.

 

Savage Insider

The folks of Obatron Productions have been working out their new approach to the Savage Worlds oriented magazine, Savage Insider. For those who want to subscribe to their customizable newsletter mailing list, check out this cool form to let them know what you want to receive information about.

If you are interested in contributing to the magazine, or in advertising opportunities within, click this link.

 

Cold Steel Wardens

Does your idea of fun superhero gaming run to the streets and back alleys of the 90s when the Watchmen, The Dark Knight Returns, Hellblazer, Sin City ruled the Iron Age?

Here you go.

 

That’s it for this time around, but there’s tons more coming in all the time.

If you are a publisher, creator, or just a geek (or group of geeks) with something cool to share, don’t forget to drop me a line and let me share it out for you.

1 comment

  1. susan nc price September 16, 2014 1:50 pm  Reply

    Thanks for the good word, Sean. One note: we do sell the game as for 13+ because it does involve a level of strategy that most kids younger than 10 do not yet have. We have had strategic-minded 10-12 year-olds play, and enjoy, the game, but it probably would not be fun for all but a very few younger kids.

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