Posts tend to trickle in on this blog. This is not because there isn’t any more to be said about Dread. It’s that Dread has to split my attention with Time & Temp, Dread House, Swords Without Master, and all sorts of other games. Which means I need to scatter a few mothballs around this blog, toss some sheets over the furniture, and board up a few windows. This blog will still remain to keep you abreast of any official Dread news that comes down the pipe, but if you want to hear from me about Dread in any unofficial capacity, I suggest checking out my Google+ page or the Design Matters community over there. Meanwhile, you can also visit Dig a Thousand Holes for the latest news about any of my other projects.
Win yourself a free copy of the Dread PDF over here at Hopeless Gamer. I believe the contest ends at midnight, Oct. 29th, so hurry up!
If you’ve been waiting for a electronic version of Dread, than you have more patience than most, but you are about to be rewarded: Dread is now available as a PDF!
A horror game for kids & brave adults.
Coming to GenCon 2010
at the Design Matters Booth, #2100
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Unfortunately, I’ve not had time to listen to the whole thing yet, but that shouldn’t stop you! Nothing should stop you! Nothing can! Go forth and find your destiny!
Speaking of Dread and Halloween, folks over at Gnome Stew have some tremendously nice things to say about Dread and the holiday.
I’m a little slow on the draw with these links, but it’s never too early to start planning for next Halloween.
NJ.com has an interview with Leslie Scott the inventor of Jenga. The interview might be of particular interest to aspiring independent game designers. Though I have to say this last bit stings:
Want to see what Dread would look like if you replaced horror with time travel and Jenga with sudoku?
Over at Dig a Thousand Holes Publishing I’ve got several copies of my new game, Time & Temp: Unbound Edition for sale. It’s a game in which you play temp workers hire to travel through time and make sure history happened the way it happened. This time if you fail, it’s not just your characters who die, but all of reality goes with them, too.
Well, turns out that good judges over at the ENnies thought it might be worth an award.
And now you can vote for it, right here, in the Best Free Product Category.
Some of my friends have products on the ballot as well. So if you’re at a lost as to what to vote for, you might want to check out the Summer Revolution.
At long last Dread is back in stock. So if you’ve been patiently waiting to pick up a copy, here‘s your chance.