In yesterday’s post, we talked about some of the benefits that can come from having your children play tabletop RPGs such as D&D. Today, I wanted to write just a bit about some of the different game systems and settings that tend to be nice and easy to use, even for those who are just starting out. So, let’s have a look at some of these roleplaying games that would work well for kids, as well as any new player for that matter.
With October upon us, it’s natural to start thinking about adding a bit of horror to your roleplaying game. Whether it is a one-shot or an ongoing campaign of terror, you can choose from quite a few fun and interesting games that might pique you and your players’ interest.
I’ve compiled a list of five games that I think will fit in well with the holiday of horror. Later in the month, I hope to post an article or two on building suspense and horror in your gaming sessions. Let's look at these five games to see what they can offer.