Inspired by the god sims such as Black and White and dungeon managers like Dungeon Keeper, God of Gnomes finds a boy named Corey in the unusual position of trying to save the last of the Gnomes race. Videogames merge with literature this week in our GiN book review.
As the fourth entry in the Dream State Saga, Lost in the Game advances the plot much closer to resolution, and we really want to know what happens. If you have ever wanted to fall fully into a videogame, then Lost in the Game will show both the joys and pain that such a fantasy would entail.
Mastermind is one of those books where the main character exists inside a computer role-playing game. Sometimes called LitRPG, they can be fun reads for those who love both videogaming and role-playing. Mastermind: Titan Online however, is off to a rough start.
Baldur’s Gate Descent into Avernus is one of the most ambitious campaigns ever produced for Dungeons and Dragons. Spanning the realm from that classic city down to the depths of the Nine Hells, this is one hot module for the fifth edition game that players will love.
Regardless of the role-playing game, the game master will need to be proficient in a diverse set of skills like storytelling, hosting, conflict resolution, diplomacy and management. The Ultimate RPG Gameplay Guide can give both novice and expert GMs a solid plus-five bonus toward their success.
We are back with the excellent Demon Accords series this week, looking at the latest book from John Conroe, C.A.E.C.O, as the 15th story in the series, this one is short but sweet, introducing some new characters alongside old favorites.
Just in time for a Halloween dinner or party, The Necronomnomnom Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H. P. Lovecraft cookbook brings us some ingeniously scary looking foods that are sure to spellbind every guest’s palate.
If you are just getting into playing Dungeons and Dragons, or want to help someone along who is, the new Dungeons & Dragons Essentials Kit has everything they need to play the world’s greatest roleplaying game including dice, basic rules, a starter adventure module and even a DM screen.
We’ve been covering the Alex and Cassidy spy thriller book series for quite some time, so it was odd when book four was kind of a conclusionary tale. We find out why in book five, which takes place five years later, though with no less intrigue.
Make Your Own Pixel Art is a fun guide to help young people get started making art and animations with pixels, and forming the basis for either a hobby or even full career in game design.