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Dec 31

Show & Tell: Ep 17 – The Ninth World. A skillbuilding game.

The Ninth World

Hello and welcome to Show & Tell the Podcasts from The Rpg Academy where we bring on guests to talk about something new and cool we want them to show us and tell us all about! (Get it?)

Today’s Guests are game designers’ extraordinaire  Mike Selinker (@mikeselinker), Paul Peterson (@Warewolf00) and Boyan Radakovich (@thegamesmith) who have been collaborating on a new game (as in brand new, as in a new TYPE of game ) that is set in the Numenera RPG setting. The game, The Ninth World: A skillbuilding game for Numenera, is on Kickstarter right now. it has already funded and is working toward some stretch goals.  The campaign is set to end on 1/15/2015 so please check it out s soon as you finish listening to this!

Listen to hear Mike, Paul and Bo discuss the game, how it works and where it came from.  There may also be some Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoilers – you have been warned.

 

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You can find Paul’s game Smash up at www.alderac.com

 

 

Comments and Feedback are always welcome.

 

Thanks!!
~Michael
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1 comment

  1. TheScando

    This seems like a very cool concept for a game, I am keeping on eye on the kickstarter and deciding if I have room on my ever growing game shelf (or maybe I’ll wait until after the kickstarter if this game continues getting printed), but the concept seems very interesting, and the game play after browsing the rules also seems interesting. I’m definitely in the market for more games that are or can be cooperative.

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