While the bulk of the content coming out of iheartprintandplay trends towards tabletop roleplaying, the main goal of this blog is to celebrate all forms of print and play gaming, including games still in the design phase. Sharing your game it in a printable format is a great way to get your game out there and get some feedback from the gaming community at large. This post is the first of hopefully many to highlight a game in development that's looking for just that.
Jeu de Lune
Chris Chung, founder of Flash Forward Games, is play-testing Jeu de Lune, a thematically unique tile placement/manipulation game. Here's what you need to know:
Looking for a simple and easy way to run a game of 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons? Look no further! Read on for key features and setting descriptions for a number of free official adventures from Wizards of the Coast.
After publishing my latest set of miniatures, I received several comments with fans wishing the trees could support their characters (whether they were chased up a tree or were hiding out for other reasons). The public has spoken! The Environment miniatures PDF now includes two extra sheets of trees your characters can climb.
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