Tag Archives: Game Play

D&D Dad: The Secret of Skyhold Tower (review)

Originally posted on Michael Jasper:
The D&D Dad reviews The Secret of Skyhold Tower! The party moves from the “training grounds” of Phandalin and Thundertree and encounter danger head-on in this wild and crazy adventure from the always-reliable M.T. Black!…

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Can you Make a Video Game with No Experience? – Pt. 2 Save time, by taking your time

Originally posted on Quiet Stories:
This week we are doing our research and working out the best ways to be efficient with our time during this process. The Experiment Do you love games? Of course. You live and breathe games,…

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D&D Dad: Tower of the Mad Mage (review)

Originally posted on Michael Jasper:
The D&D Dad blog reviews Tower of the Mad Mage by M.T. Black. This was our first-ever one-shot adventure, and it was a blast! Kudos to M.T. Black for creating a slick, easy-to-use adventure for…

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Champions of the Feywild: A D&D One-Shot Adventure

Originally posted on Misanthropester:
https://youtu.be/GDRp2opdX70 ? Champions of the Feywild is my last one-shot adventure revolving around the idea of players getting to adventure as monsters. Previously, I had players adventure as a party of mercenary lychanthropes in The Menagerie…

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Perhaps it’s time to break down and take the easy mode

Originally posted on Bio Break:
Back in the 80s and 90s, I don’t remember computer RPGs offering difficulty modes — although first-person shooters sure as heck did. In fact, I vividly recall how Wolfenstein 3-D would outright taunt the player…

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Can you Make a Video Game With no Experience? – Pt. 1 Coming up With an Idea

Originally posted on Quiet Stories:
This is an experiment to see if someone with no idea how to make a video game… can make one on their own. This week we break down the goals of this series, explore what…

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D&D Dad: Resources for learning D&D fast!

Originally posted on Michael Jasper:
Thanks to the Internet, you have access to over four decades of information related to Dungeons & Dragons. There’s a lot of stuff out there, and it’s hard to know just where to start your…

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How the PlayStation 2 killed console gaming for me

Originally posted on Bio Break:
While computer gaming was really important to me in the 80s and 90s, I held an equal fascination for console games. They simply worked, for starters, and that wasn’t always something you could take for…

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Gamer Confession Tag

Originally posted on AmbiGaming:
A long time ago, A Geek Girl’s Guide wrote a gamer confession tag post, which was then picked up by fabulous bloggers like Extra Life, Falcon Game Reviews, and The Codex: Online. It’s been a while, I know, but…

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Four Tips for Writing Family-Friendly Adventures

Originally posted on Scriv the Bard:
In “What I Learned from DMing for Children”, I talk about running a D&D adventure for kids. In this post, we will explore some of the things that take place before you get to…

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