Bluebeard’s Bride Has Launched!

“The day has come,” he says, taking your hand in his. His fingers are gnarled. Strange to the touch, like wood or scaled flesh. But his smile looks so warm behind his azure bristles. So you take his hand, and let him lead you on. Into his manor. Bluebeard’s Bride has launched! The Kickstarter for this investigative horror game by Whitney Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson is live a...
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Bluebeard’s Bride Is Coming To Kickstarter!

We’re incredibly excited to announce that the Bluebeard’s Bride Kickstarter goes live on Tuesday, October 18th! Bluebeard’s Bride is an investigatory horror tabletop roleplaying game, written and designed by Whitney “Strix” Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson, and based on the Bluebeard fairy tale. In this game you and your friends explore Bluebeard’s home as the Bride, creating...
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Undying Comes to Magpie Games!

Magpie Game is proud to announce that we’ve formed a joint publishing partnership with Paul Riddle and Enigma Machinations to bring Undying to Magpie Games. Starting today (October 5th, 2016, Undying will join other Powered by the Apocalypse (PbtA) games by Magpie (like Urban Shadows, Epyllion, and Masks) on DriveThruRPG. We’ll have it up shortly in our online store as well. From this point forwar...
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Masks: A New Generation PDF Released!

The PDF of Masks is out! This is kind of an unreal moment for me, to be honest. This book has been, to some extent or another, in my mind and the focus of my attention for years now. Something that started by seeing a single image posted on John Stavropoulos’s G+ feed... ...turned into a slew of playtests and iterations and scrawled notes in notebooks… …transformed into som...
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Gen Con Highlights

It’s been a bit since GenCon closed off, and we want to cap off how grateful we are for such an awesome convention! Thank you to everyone who came by to the IGDN booth and said hi! Here are some of our highlights:   Velvet Glove Sold Out! Every year for GenCon we bring a game in ashcan form, meaning that it’s a playable, but not final, version of the game. In 2014, we brought Epyl...
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