Unspeakable Sigil and Sign Goes Live on Kickstarter

Now live on Kickstarter: Unspeakable: Sigil and Sign. The innovative roleplaying game where you are the cultist from Make Believe Games and Cubicle 7. The end product is a beautiful deluxe slipcase set, with incredible production values, including dice and tokens. The partner companies are aiming high to ensure that it will be the very best it can be. Here’s the description from the campaign page,...

Review: FunSizedGames – Little Fears Nightmare Edition

Little Fears Nightmare Edition Little Fears Nightmare Edition is a modern horror storytelling game written by Jason L. Blair and published by FunSizedGames. By Aaron T. Huss Learn more about Little Fears Nightmare Edition here Purchase Little Fears Nightmare Edition here Find other FunSizedGames posts here Little Fears, Nightmare Edition, is a modern horror storytelling game that toes the line between...

Cubicle 7 Announces the Imminent Launch of the Cthulhu Tales Kickstarter

Cubicle 7 are proud to announce the imminent launch of the Cthulhu Tales Kickstarter. A story-telling card game, designed by award winning designers Francesco Nepitello and Marco Maggi, with stunning art from Scott Purdy, Jon Hodgson and Sam Manley, Cthulhu Tales develops the themes introduced in the Cubicle 7/Sophisticated Games co-production Hobbit Tales, enhancing the structured, story-telling mechanic...

(P)Review: Dave Sokolowski – He Who Laughs Last (Cthulhu Dark)

He Who Laughs Last He Who Laughs Last is a modern horror scenario for Cthulhu Dark, written and to be published by Dave Sokolowski. By Aaron T. Huss Learn more about He Who Laughs Last here Back the He Who Laughs Last Kickstarter here He Who Laughs Last is a complete scenario for the rules ultra-light Cthulhu Dark (available free from Graham Walmsley). It dwells within the world of the Cthulhu Mythos,...

He Who Laughs Last Cthulhu Dark Scenario on Kickstarter

Laughing isn’t Always Pleasant New standalone horror role-playing scenario on Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/davesokolowski/he-who-laughs-last-a-cthulhu-dark-rpg-scenario Dave Sokolowski, contributor to the Call of Cthulhu Masks of Nyarlathotep Companion, is launching his first Kickstarter to seek funding for his modern horror scenario, He Who Laughs Last. This scenario is...

Review: Imaginary Empire – EPOCH: Experimental Paradigm of Cinematic Horror

EPOCH: Experimental Paradigm of Cinematic Horror EPOCH is a modern horror RPG written by Dale Elvy and published by Imaginary Empire. By Lord Mhor Learn more about EPOCH here Purchase EPOCH here Find other EPOCH products here EPOCH is epic! This is more than just a role-playing game, in that it is also a new kind of narrative tool with the power to improve your storytelling and role-playing in general....

Review: Arc Dream Publishing – The Unspeakable Oath 21 (Call of Cthulhu)

The Unspeakable Oath 21 The Unspeakable Oath 21 is a modern horror magazine for Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Mythos role-playing written by a collaboration of authors and published by Arc Dream Publishing. By Aaron T. Huss Learn more about The Unspeakable Oath 21 here Purchase The Unspeakable Oath 21 here Find other Call of Cthulhu products here Once again, Arc Dream Publishing takes you through...

Review: Modiphius – Three Kings (Call of Cthulhu)

Acthung! Cthulhu: Three Kings Three Kings is the first part of the Zero Point World War II horror campaign for Call of Cthulhu from the Acthung! Cthulhu setting/series written by Sarah Newton and published by Modiphius. By Aaron T. Huss Learn more about Three Kings here Purchase Three Kings here Three Kings is part 1 of the Acthung! Cthulhu campaign, for Call of Cthulhu, taking place during World...

Review: Spectrum Games – Macabre Tales

Macabre Tales Macabre Tales is a complete modern horror, Cthulhu role-playing game using dominoes written by Cynthia Celeste Miller and published by Spectrum Games. By Cape Rust In a market flooded with new RPGs, introducing new mechanics, it is hard to find a product that stands out; however, Macabre Tales from Spectrum Games does just that. This storytelling game uses dominoes instead of dice...