Necronomicards is “a competitive card game of horror, strategy, & luck” by Adam Hunt. Whilst waiting for Vol 2 to arrive in the mail yesterday, but it got delayed until this weekend, I created a quick rules variant to allow for solo play.
Necronomicards by Andy Hunt
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Unboxing NecronomiCards Volume 2
NecronomiCards Volume 2 arrived today with crowdfunding extras, including the Trump Card
Expedition: The Roleplaying Card Game from Fabricate may be of interest, and is available as a physical copy as well as a no-cost print and play version.
Fast, Fun and Endlessly ENJOYABLE
We created Expedition so that anyone can enjoy roleplaying, whether this is your first RPG or you’re a D&D veteran.
After years of playing traditional RPG games like Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder, we realized that roleplaying shouldn’t have to take forever. It shouldn’t need hundreds of pages of rules, and you shouldn’t need a math degree to create a character.
Roleplaying should be about having fun together.
If you agree, you’re going to love Expedition: The Roleplaying Card Game.
Weave is a storytelling, roleplaying game from Monocle Society with cards in a minimal style, inspired by Tarot, that may be of interest.
HALF TAROT. HALF ROLEPLAY. ALL STORY.
Weave is a 21st century storytelling platform for everyone. With just two decks of cards and a handful of dice, you and your friends can create adventures in any genre, from sci-fi to high school comedy. When combined with the free companion app, Weave provides all the power you’ll need to discover new worlds, imagine amazing characters, and save your stories online in minutes.
Deck of 52 is new from Runehammer Games, and may be of interest. It is a standard poker deck, but with ICRPG art.
You get 52 cards, 2 RUNEHAMMER jokers, and a tidy little tuckbox.
The classic 4 suits are here, but each suit also has an art theme for inventing games or use as a story tool. People, Places, Monsters and Machines.
Conspiracy Theory: Freedom from Information designed by Steve Jackson, from Steve Jackson Games, is a new game that will be launching a crowdfunding campaign today. There’s a note that the “cover and card images are not final” and I have to admit I’m a little sad, because it’s delightfully minimal in the images offered. But, on the other hand, I’m sure it will be great, whatever they’ve got planned for the design. And, either way, it’ll go great on the shelf next to your boxes of Illuminati and Illuminati Membership Kits.
It’s 2017 and everyone is talking about . . . conspiracies.
In this new game from Illuminati designer Steve Jackson, each player takes turns acting as the Judge to read a card outlining a conspiracy. Then the other players choose from their own cards, competing to create the wildest, silliest, or most believable theory. Every turn, each player tries to convince the table, and the Judge, that THEIR conspiracy is the truth. Fun for everyone who is old enough to read the news and wise enough to know that there’s more they’re not telling you . . . Now YOU get to decide what’s behind those stories.