An amazingly helpful tool for game masters, The Ultimate Random Encounters Book is ready to be dropped into almost any Dungeons and Dragons or roleplaying campaign to add much needed flavor to the points between major story elements.
As gamers, we love what we do, but providing that same level of excitement we get when playing RPGs, video games or even chess to our kids can be a challenge. This new Baby Gamer Board Books series can help get them started right on their first quests.
Shakedowners is an amusing story of a bottom of the barrel captain whose only real talent is breaking new starships so that the engineers can fix them before they see active service. But when the pride of the Federation Fleet is attacked on one of his shakedown cruises, things change in a hurry.
Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft is one of the most spectacular Dungeons and Dragons supplements released in years. It’s packed with everything you need to begin down the dark road of horror gaming, or to boost the thrill level for an experienced group of hardy adventurers.
The Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount supplement brings the island continent from the Critical Role streaming show to amazingly detailed life. Whether you are a fan of the show or just looking for a highly meticulous sandbox for your party to play in, Wildemount has a lot to offer.
The Alexander Secret is the second book in The Mahabharata Quest series, which is a lot like the Da Vinci Code or the Angels and Demons books, but dripping with Indian culture as well as its rich history. It’s a great read for anyone who enjoys deep mysteries.
RPG expert James D’Amato penned The Ultimate RPG Game Master’s Worldbuilding Guide to teach beginners and experienced gamers alike how to build and create their own role-playing games and adventures. In includes genres from fantasy and sci-fi to horror and x-punk.
The Mahabharata Secret by Indian author Christopher C. Doyle is a lot like The Da Vinci Code in that it’s an adventure thriller, but one that incorporates lots of culture and history form India. If you are looking for a new take on adventure, this novel has got plenty of it.
Aliens are among us, and Austin, Texas just got a whole lot weirder. When smart-aleck, down-on-his-luck bounty hunter Anderson Gunn snags his next job, he’s just happy to get the gig. But he probably should have asked a few more questions first.
Play Like a Feminist is a surprisingly accessible scholarly book about the benefits women can experience when they allow themselves to play videogames just for the fun of it. Grab this book if you are a woman who wants to try gaming, or if you know someone who might.