Single-player RPGs are one of the most creative, fastest growing, and easily accessible types of tabletop gaming. The indie game marketplace, itchio, hosts almost 1000 games tagged as “physical” solo RPGs. With so much choice, how do you get started?
Today I have a video walkthrough of a new prototype. We're working on a new way for people to tell stories through games.
As part of the research for my new project, I'm discovering a lot of mobile RPGs. This is an evergreen list of mobile RPGs that you can play in portrait mode.
We are going to design 1 dungeon room every day for 23 days to kick off 2023. Inspired by the #dungeon23 challenge by Sean McCoy.
Today we have a new storytelling feature for MUSE: Daily Dungeons and an awesome RPG giveaway.
Today I have 3 big announcements. My next project is a platform to help you create videogames. I'm launching a Discord. I'm launching a Daily Dungeon advent calendar.
My creative AI experiments continue. I now have a dependable way to turn a photo of any person into a fantasy character portrait.
For Halloween this year I've got Elder Witch Statblocks for 5e, horror prompts, and creepy AI art.
Today I'm officially launching The Oracle (Open Beta) 🎉 The Oracle is a new feature on herebetaverns.com that lets you generate your own original artwork using simple text prompts.
Playing tabletop RPGs with kids is a wonderful experience. But it's hard to know where to start or how to introduce them to games like Dungeons & Dragons. In this post, I share my approach.