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Saturday, September 8, 2018

Designing and playing live action online games – laogs


This year I started a new project on the Gauntlet Hangouts calendar under the name: live action online games. It’s my attempt to bring some of my favourite moments I had in Nordic larps and American freeform into an online world. In a laog, you stay for the actual play time 100% in-character, often the nature of the video call is part of the game. There can be mechanics or meta-techniques but we don’t describe what our characters are doing, but what we do, we do.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Atitlan Riders, a Central American Indigenous Tuk Fast & Tuk Furious Social Drama RPG

Atitlan Riders is my Powered by the Apocalypse (PbtA) roleplaying game (RGP) about coming-of-age in a modern Mayan town in Central America - and about secretly being fast and furious tuk tuk racing drivers.


The time has come to present the PbtA story game I’m currently developing to the public. In this article I would like to give you an idea of what the game is about, share with you some design elements, where I currently stand in terms of development and what I have in mind for the future of the game.

Monday, January 15, 2018

My RPG year 2017 - Statistics and looking back


Al my characters - part 3 in 2017
It’s time for another look at my RPG session statistics. Something I’m doing now for three years. As my fellow RPG statistican Timberwere was already saying: the more material from past years you have to compare the current year to, the more interesting observations you can make. So I will compare and analyse between the years. But beside all statistics this article is also a lot about all the great things which happened to my gaming in 2017 and I write to celebrate that.