Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Mark Rapson talks about putting Route 666 into top gear

The Wee Gamers Traffic cops pull Mark Rapson, head honcho at Word Forge Games and part of Prodos Games, over onto the hard shoulder to answer a few questions about his latest creation, Devil's Run: Route 666, to answer a few questions.

We obvious asked firstly for his driving licence and if he knew what speed he was going at the time, as it was almost as if his road was full of fury.

As per usual the main questioning delved a little deeper and added a few points on his licence regarding this game which will be coming to Kickstarter in May 2015.

Monday, 16 March 2015

Modiphius are F.A.B. for bringing us Thunderbirds the Boardgame

Modiphius is close to becoming a household name having produced roleplaying games relating to Cthulhu, Conan, Infinity, Paulo Parente's Dust world, and even Mutant Chronicles.  

And their latest project might just be the thing that 'elevates' them from gaming industry golden child to high street shelf brand name. 

Because incase the article heading didn't tell you they are bringing us Thunderbirds the board game........hold onto your hats because this is going to be F.A.B!


Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Invasion VII - The return of Emerald Garrison and Wee Gamers to W5

This weekend Wee Gamers will be having a blast alongside our wonderful friends of the Emerald Garrison at W5 at the Odyssey, Belfast in a Star Wars fest of epic proportions.

Monday, 23 February 2015

Who you gonna kickstart? Ghostbusters!

If there's something strange in your Kickstarter inbox who you gonna call?

And, by gum, they really have hit the Kickstarter campaign in a big way. It is not if they will fund but by how much with over twice the amount asked for and rising.

Here we have a quick look at what is on offer.

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Delving into the Society of Dreamers.

The Society of Dreamers is a role-playing game about a little-known group that formed in Europe in the early 19th century. This group seems to have studied dream phenomena – specifically, they seem to have held the belief that there were autonomous life forms living in people’s dreams. The Society called these creatures mnemosites – dream eaters. However, it seems that the Society may not have seen the mnemosites as a danger. Sources indicate that the members sought to find and understand mnemosites, using the scientific tools available in their times.

Only one photograph of the Society has survived. It shows the members gathered outdoors, at a picnic by the river. Their faces are obscured. Between them is an oujia-board-like object. On the back is written a date – the 15th of May – but no year or location. 

Wee Gamers delves into the strange world of The Society of Dreamers with the help of Dine Ramse.