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    avernos
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    the expansion to the award winning Tales from the Loop is live on Kickstarter and funded in 10 mins

    Check out it’s 80’s goodness

    @lancorz have you seen it son?

    #1270112

    lancorz
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    @avernos Yes, dad.

    I’ve already thrown my money at it and I’ve got some plans to write up some of my adventures from TFTL if maybe you’d be interested in collaborating if you have scenarios of your own?

    #1270140

    avernos
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    that’s interesting, I’ve a few ideas I’ve been tossing around with a couple of friends as we rotate through GMing in our group. Yeah, definitely one for an exploration

    #1270374

    avernos
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    all the stretch goals beaten in 6 hours, they had to go off and come up with some more.

    I guess the nostalgia bug is still very strong 🙂

    #1270955

    davehawes
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    I’ve considered picking up the original a couple of times, the artwork looks beautiful. That can be a worry with RPG’s sometimes though, the artwork can evoke a certain feel or concept, but if that isn’t carried through in the rules and the narrative/setting it can fail to deliver on that feeling during play. I think the Anima RPG is an example of this. If you don’t see the art, then the setting and rules could be any kind of fantasy setting, not specifically something anime/JRPG esque.

     

    I would be interested in your thoughts on it.

    #1270980

    limburger
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    wow … that soundtrack. A bit Vangelis like.

    Artwork is pretty cool too.

    Somehow I’m reminded of an 80’s tv series called ‘Otherworld’.

    #1270982

    lancorz
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    3264xp

    @davehawes I’ve played the game a lot in the past two years since release and I think the rules are very well suited. It works very well for narrative driven games. Plus since the 80s wasn’t that far away and it was the prime for adventure movies, there’s a lot of resources you can pull for it.

    #1271009

    davehawes
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    I do love Stranger Things, as a child of the eighties it felt wonderfully on-point and I am enamoured with the concept.

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