Monthly Archives: May 2014

Cascadia Adventures in Print

A very nice surprise arrived in the post today, a print copy of the Gypsy Knights Games ‘Cascadia Adventures’ which has just been released at Drivethru RPG. I’ll declare my involvement with this project straight away, in that I produced … Continue reading

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Career Companion Review

Gypsy Knights Games Career Companion is a 61-page supplement for their Traveller RPG ATU ‘Clement Sector‘ available from Drivethru RPG for $6.99 as a watermarked PDF, or as a softcover book / PDF bundle for $15.99. The book describes some … Continue reading

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Amber Zone Writing Contest Announced

The guys over at the Amber Zone have launched their opening contest. Its a writing competition to develop a scenario like the old Journal of the Traveller’s Aid Society books from the Classic Traveller days. There are a lot of … Continue reading

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New Gypsy Knights Games Releases

A quick posting for those Travellers who are looking for something to read over the coming half-term holiday (at least here in the UK anyway!) Gypsy Knights Games have released two new products to supplement their Clement Sector background: 21 … Continue reading

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How to Build Cities in Space

I was musing through my news feeds this morning and came across this interesting article on the Guardian newspapers website about ‘How to Build Cities in Space’. Its quite a lengthy article on the current state of developments in establishing … Continue reading

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20 Years of Digital Waterfalls and Raytracing

Bit of an artwork / technology post today, as an aside from the usual gaming posts. Today is the 20th anniversary of the ‘birth’ of Digital Waterfalls, my alter-ego name for my raytracing artwork. It was formed with an old … Continue reading

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