Three five-star reviews on rpgnow.com, including Megan Robertson’s who says: Four cracking adventures, utilising the Gumshoe system to the full as well as exploring the Cthulhu Mythos with a sure touch
A review of Stunning Eldritch Tales on Flames Rising by Matt McElroy. These pulp-style adventures are a good companion for the core book, helping folks get started with the Gumshoe system from Pelgrane Press.
A review of Many Fires by kafka 10/10. Many Fires is available as part of the Out of Time bundle. Another fine offering from Pelgrane chalked filled with excellent art and is an exceptionally well written adventure to boot. Taking place in the Classic Cthulhu period (late 1920s & early 1930s) in exotic and dark […]
A sparse month for playtesting. The Zalozhniy Quartet – Part One System: Night’s Black Agents Number of Sessions: 2-8 Last Delivery Date: 1st March Short Description: The first release for Night’s Black Agents, the Zolzhniy Quartet is designed by Ken Hite and written by Gareth Hanrahan. Test the first part, then move on to the others […]
Our first review of Night’s Black Agents, by Rick Neal. If you like scary vampires, if you like espionage games, if you’re looking for a dark, modern game of horror investigation, I heartily recommend you pick up this book
An in-depth review of The Apocalypse Machine by Andrew Brehaut. The text of the book deviates away from the neutral, descriptive voice that many RPG authors prefer and instead takes a direct and prescriptive tone. This results in a lively, readable book that shows Walmsley is both excited about the Cthulhu Apocalypse setting and is […]
Kafka reviews The Apocalypse Machine on rpg.net – another 9/10 The sourcebook takes the skeleton provided by Trail of Cthulhu’s Gumshoe rules and warps it to meet the needs of the post apocalyptic world by the addition of a very simple heuristic or tool for creating the end of the world – The Apocalypse Machine. […]