Projects Tagged: 'interactive'

Dying of Thirst Rules for PbtA Systems

The human body requires roughly 1 liter of water a day to survive. The average person can survive three to five days without water. Our heroes, of course, are not average people, but we don't want to throw all verisimilitude out the window. Therefore I propose for your consideration:

DYING OF THIRST RULES

For each day you go without food and water, you suffer 1 harm. Your mouth is dry and your eyes are sunken.

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MatthewSchlanger.com

Matthew Schlanger of Black Hammer Productions is a visionary video artist, programmer and maker from New York. This website focuses on his video work, as well as documentation of his studio and information on custom video tools in general. The site also includes a sampling of code projects and physical computing.

Recently rebuilt under Drupal 7 by As If Productions, the site features a variety of fascinating video experiments and historical information on the ETC (Experimental Television Center).

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Talking about "Other Borders" @ Legends of Tabletop

I was recently interviewed by John Haremza on the "Legends of Tabletop" podcast. We went into great depth on Other Borders, covering everything from mechanics to melodrama to magical realism.

Thanks to Legends of Tabletop for having me on, and I hope you enjoy the podcast!

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Random Motivated, Busy, Emotional NPC Generator

This simple generator automatically creates 20 Non-Player Characters suitable for any generic fantasy or swords-in-space adventure, complete with barbaric/alien names. For each character, it answers the following questions:
  1. What social class are they?
  2. What do they want?
  3. What are they doing?
  4. What are they feeling?


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Chromatic Chameleon

Chromatic Chameleon

Chromatic Chameleon is a new game publishing company founded by T Reynolds: a small guild of game lovers whose goal is to create settings for different RPG systems. Their flagship product, the world of Asteria Rising, is in production and will support nearly a dozen great game systems. Keep your eye on this one as it develops!

The website uses Drupal 7, and includes a blog, forum, galleries, and of course a sales catalog.

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