I'm proud to say that I was there close to the beginning of the Rule & Make story and it's been an absolute privilege to see them achieve the goals they have in such a short time.
Different and alien enough to be interesting, but familiar enough not to ostracize players and with an interesting dice roll and magic system that lends itself to some truly epic storytelling moments.
I was a lot more organised with my planning for PAX this year. I made sure that my appointments towards the later end of the day involved sitting down, preferably playing a game. So with that in
I caught up with Kim not long after the doors opened Friday morning for a chat and already there was a lot of activity surrounding the Good Games Publishing booth.
If you couldn't attend this year, definitely start making plans to attend next year. PAX Australia is definitely one heck of an adventure for a tabletop gamer.
The deliberation appears to be whether or not one should attend the event if their focus is purely on the tabletop aspect of gaming with little to no interest in the video game side of things.
The game shows the RPG elements from the very start where players have the option of choosing from six different classes (Warrior, Ranger, Enchanter, Cleric, Berserker, or Assassin) which each come with their own unique deck of
Kingdom of Aer: Kingmaker is more than just an elimination game, it is a well thought out game with cleverly simple mechanics and amazing art.
The king has died young and suddenly; as a Lord you are saddened but excited. There is no Heir to the throne of Kazath; the throne could be yours but you know you will need to act
For anyone involved in tabletop gaming you would be aware of the Good Games brand name, the publishing division has pulled together a team with years of experience in the field from design to manufacturing to marketing.