A macabre, mysterious little zine of inspiration. d36 #1 is packed with great ideas, powerful visuals, good design, and truly great formatting. As haunting to read as it is to think about.
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Incredible playbooks, devastating vehicles, brilliant mechanics, and spectacular guidelines for crafting missions and campaigns. Beam Saber takes the Forged in the Dark format to the next level.
There's nothing quite like Noirlandia. This intriguing game feels much like the dark, mysterious cities that it emulates: once take the time to find your way around, you'll unlock a world of incredible depth and stunning possibilities. Learn the by-words, look for the secret signs, and keep your head down: there's new things to discover around every turn.
Aren't you sick of being desperate and destitute? Don't you just want to be bad for bad's sake? To misbehave and get away with it? To descend into the muck and elevate those lucky enough to share your presence? THE PRINCE is all that and more: an elegant, awful rogue who doesn't have to be here, but is. Every arrow in your quiver is an opportunity to make being bad be fun. It meshes so so well with what Blades aspires to, and it's a delight to play (and to witness!)
A terrific game that does an outstanding job of combining the weird and the personal. [SOMEDAY] not only does a great job of getting you up and running quickly, but has lots of really thoughtful guidance intended to make sure that everyone is taking care of one another at the table - and telling the best story that they can, together. My table is telling a story of a small mountain town plagued by timewarp anomalies - but the best moments are all about our misfit investigators. If you love interpersonal drama, secrets and skullduggery, and the weird and the unknown, give this a shot!
Hi there! I downloaded the latest version from itch.io and found that the layer doesn't quite some to be working as labeled.
I'm trying to make a fire FX with smoke built in, and I'm trying to get the smoke to render on a "lower" layer from the fire itself. But the smoke is overlapping the fire, even though it's set to a lower layer and the fire is set to 10.
I took a recording of what I'm seeing. Let me know if I'm doing something wrong!