bc i just woke up and someone linked a kotaku article that put kingdom hearts ii on a list of “20 jrpgs worth playing.” this has a bent towards obscure/fan translated games. Links go to translation patches or wikipedia pages.
- Diable de Laplace (SNES) - If it ever gets a fixed English patch…
Sorry to break y’all’s hearts.
I’m the guy who struggled with two of my compatriots (Casey Loe and Jeremy Blaustein) to make some sense of the mess that was Suikoden II’s script—in the format Konami delivered it. I had already played the game for 90+ hours, and was confused.
The True Bible exists.
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for, folks: Costume Fairy Adventures Quickstart Edition is out!
This special playtest preview of Costume Fairy Adventures includes an abbreviated Core Rules Booklet; a 36-card print-and-play Quickstart Costume Deck; six pregenerated PC playbooks to get your game up and running right away; a four-page introductory comic; and a preview of our first Playset, “The Big Pie Caper”.
The Quickstart Edition is available as a single zipfile, or as individual PDF downloads for each game component. Just hit our Resources page, or use the links below:
- Complete Quickstart Edition
And don’t forget, we’re still looking for playtesters; if you’d be willing to write up playtest reports of your sessions, please drop us a line!
Well, what are y’all waiting for? Mischief awaits!
These WW2 era images from the Library of Congress have been digitally restored and colorized from their original black and white format to full color using Photoshop. The new vibrant look makes you forget they were taken over 70 years ago
Recolored black and white photography is amazing. It makes the past come alive!
The Kickstarter campaign for Costume Fairy Adventures is now live - and we have a special reward in store for our fans on Tumblr who help spread the word!
Costume Fairy Adventures is a tabletop roleplaying game for 2 to 7 players. Where you play fairies. In costumes. Having adventures. (Fairies are not good at clever titles.)
- Put on magical costumes and gain special powers to aid your shenanigans with our fully illustrated, 108-card Core Costume Deck!
- Explore a library of sandbox-style Playsets that will take you everywhere from your own back yard to the furthest reaches of Outer Space!
- Play cooperatively, or compete with your friends to see who will reign supreme as Master of Mischief!
You’ll receive all this and more when you back our Costume Fairy Adventures Kickstarter - but just for our fans on Tumblr, there’s something special in store. Three lucky Tumblr users who reblog this post on or before December 10th, 2013 will receive a custom playbook for their very own Costume Fairy Adventures character, complete with a full-colour illustration:
This is a Tumblr exclusive promotion - this reward is not available at any Kickstarter backer level! But don’t worry - there’s lots more awesome stuff to be had. Check it out:
- A total of three winners will be selected from among all Tumblr users who reblog this post on or before December 10th, 2013.
- A given reblogger may win only once. Reblogging multiple times will not increase your odds of winning.
- No purchase is necessary to participate. You do not have to be a Kickstarter backer in order to win.
- In order to receive your reward, Penguin King Games Inc. must be able to contact you. If you you do not have a Tumblr ask box, you may provide your contact information using our general contact form; please include the exact text of your Tumblr name when doing so.
- In the event that we are unable to contact you within fourteen days of the end of this promotion, your reward will be forfeit.
- This promotion is not open to employees of Penguin King Games Inc., nor to freelancers and/or paid consultants who have worked with Penguin King Games within the past twelve months.
- Rewards have no cash value, and may not be transferred, sold, or exchanged for other services or merchandise.
- The description and appearance of your character must adhere to acceptable content guidelines.