Japanese cinema is well known for its tradition of terrifying horror movies and since it is now October, the month of ghost and ghouls and all things creepy, I asked my friends and co-workers for the movies they recommend to watch this Halloween.
Last Get Inspired! I put out the call for everyone to send in their suggestions for historical fiction they think are good sources of inspiration for anyone looking to create an exciting game set in the factual(ish) past…
The fantasy genre has seen something of a move away from imaginary worlds and has brought the fantasy into the modern day. So, we’re going to look at the worlds hidden within our own as we explore Urban Fantasy.
October is here, the month where we celebrate all that is creepy and cheesy. And what better way to spend this season of scares than researching perfect background material for your own games of Gothic Horror?
Having explored the far future, it’s time to go on a quest into worlds of magic and wonder as we take a look at some essential reading for thinking up your own fantasy world.
Get ideas for your game’s
world from this list of
classic Science Fiction