Publisher Spotlight on Armada Games

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon May 8, 2021
Join Charlie in Part 1 of his Publisher Highlight on Black Armada. Publishers of a small but perfectly formed assortment of RPG’s that you should take a look at. And here’s Charlie to tell you why. Charlies original text review of Lovecraftesque Charlie rounds up his spotlight on indie RPG publishers Black Armada with a […]

Deadlands Unboxing

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon March 23, 2021
Charlie is back and this time he has a big box. Yup if you had an inkling to know what you got in the Deadlands Kickstarter then this is the place.  

Zinequest 3: Stags, Death and some Zinequest controversy

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon March 8, 2021
Charlie returns for one final look at this years Zinequest some final things worth a look at and the recent Perfect RPG controversy. The Man and the Stag – Beau Jágr Sheldon – @BeauJagr…​ Little Katy’s Tea Party – Grumpy Bear Stuff – @GrumpyBearStuff…​ After World – Chase Call…​ Procrastination Day – […]


by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon February 19, 2021
Alien By Free League Publishing I’ve been an Alien fan for a worryingly long time. My dad hit a point of being tired of showing my little brother and me kid’s movies and rented a copy of Alien. He explained that at some point we would want to watch 18-rated movies and if we were […]

Trophy Gold

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon October 1, 2020
Trophy Gold Talian put his hands in the hole in his chainmail. “Well, that’s fucked,” he said. The creature he’d called a Son of Ghaldren lay dead on the ground and Sareh pulled a dagger out from it. Talian had been little use; his sword trapped under a fallen wall when the creature first appeared. […]

Beyond the Wall

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon September 28, 2020
Beyond the Wall By Flatland Games Beyond the Wall is a D&D style retro-clone touching on both narrative RPG elements and those of the OSR movement. OSR is often an abbreviation for “Old School Renaissance”, “Old School Revival” and any number of other things. The general style is that of old-school RPGs in tone and […]

Trouble for Hire

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon August 18, 2020
Trouble for Hire By Kevin Allen Jr and NDP Design Ruben looked at Jake’s Boys sat drinking and talking shit at a table in the dead centre of Shelly’s Bar. He needed to keep to a low profile if he was going to leave without any trouble. If he kept to his corner and didn’t […]

Green Dawn Mall

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon August 14, 2020
Green Dawn Mall By Côme Martin Chuck looked over to the giant plastic mountain which stood as the centrepiece to the toy shop. There was a ski slope and little plastic men travelled up and down the ski lift without ever being able to get down. There weren’t any people in the toy shop, surely […]

Quick RPG Reviews: #iHunt, Mall Zombies and ‘Terps

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon August 8, 2020
I buy a lot of RPGs and don’t always get the time to run them, or haven’t found the right group yet. In an effort to read and talk about more RPGs, I’ve decided to start having a look at some RPGs I’ve been reading recently. I wrote these quick reviews originally in January 2020, […]

Fiasco in a Box

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon July 27, 2020
A WKD baptism in an old park where an Extreme Skateboarding Christian League used to compete. A man dressed in a gimp suit and night vision goggles, running through suburban streets while angry neighbours shout that it’s the wrong night for that kind of wardrobe… It’s good to be back in the world of Fiasco. […]