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Indie Games/Narrative Games
Michael Reisner made a free little group storytelling game called And Then.
You can grab a free adventure for Hunters of Alexandria (a Fate-based game by D101 Games) here: Bite of the Crocodile God.
Hunters of Alexandria is on sale through October 31st on DTRPG or D101 Games.
Ever heard of Directions Storyplaying System? It's a universal modular framework without a GM - in development. Free. The design ideas sound promising.
Don't forget to check out the free online multi-user (!) dice roller Roll For Your Party. It's an excellent tool for online gaming.
Here are some music playlists for your game: UPDATE: Curated Spotify playlists I use in my D&D sessions. Organized by mood, encounter, atmosphere, etc..
Doctor Who: Solitaire Story Game (Second edition) by Simon Cogan now has more books: an Enemy Booklet, Ref Sheets, and more! (Thanks, Jacob Ross, for pointing this out.)
Doom Realm, a free to print and play roll & write adventure system, looks like a fun dungeon crawler. Nice layout. (Found via Stephen Beal on G+.)
Microlite81 Complete Digest/Epub ($9.95) is out:
The Microlite81 Complete Digest/Epub Edition is based on the Basic and Expert (B/X) boxed sets of the world's most popular fantasy roleplaying game published in 1981. This game takes the popular B/X version of the game and recreates it using the rules-lite Microlite20 version of modern D20 system.
Someone on Reddit asks about Favorite OSR and Systemless Blogs?. Holy crap, there are some good ones there that I didn't know of.
And how do you go about Combining Yoon-Suin, A Red & Pleasant Land, Vornheim, DCO, etc. into one setting?.
Dungeon Full of Monsters (PDF $15.00) is a modular mega-dungeon for use with Labyrinth Lord and other old-school fantasy role-playing games. It looks great.
Bryce Lynch does a final post on his reviews of all Dungeon magazines: Dungeon Magazine – Final Retrospective.
Midkemia Press has some free adventures, too. They are from 1981. The Black Tower and Towns of the Outlands. (Thanks to Gerald Williams on G+ for finding this.)
Here is a free supplement for Pits & Perils by Michael Julius: Blind Perils.
Alex Schroeder made me aware of the Triple Secret Random Dungeon Fate Chart of Very Probable Doom by Jeff Rients (from 2008). At the end of each session, any character still in the dungeon must roll to see if they escape.
A Review of Hot Springs Island, a hexcrawl setting, by Ben Milton:
(I really should insist on getting physical copies for my reviews, too...)
Here are some fan-made rules for playing the Dark Sun setting with 5e by Kiel Chenier: Dark Sun 5e Rules.
The Uncanny Resurrection of Dungeons & Dragons shines a light on how D&D gains popularity.
I found it interesting that Smiorgan from Department V reads some games backward for a fresh look and to avoid making assumptions: Rpg Backwards Look: Daytrippers Core.
Keith Hann continues with Layout Part III: The Full Monty.
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