Simple Website Approach Using a Headless CMS: Part 1
I strongly believe that the path for innovation requires a mix of experimentation, sweat, and failure. Without experimenting with new solutions, new technologies, new tools, we are limiting our ability to improve, arresting our potential to be better, to be faster, and sadly ensuring that we stay rooted in systems, processes and...
Taverns. Inns. Bars. If you’ve played an RPG for any amount of time, chances are your characters have ended up in at least one, if not multiple versions of all of those. That can be tough for a GM to keep up with. So that’s where SideQuests: Tip-Top Taverns is here to help. It’s descriptions […]
Options. In an RPG, you can never have enough options, if you ask me. And The Book of Many Things gives both players and GMs just that, options. Lots, and lots, and lots of options, for just about everything. The print version of the Pathfinder version of the book is up on Kickstarter now. From […]
Pre-made adventures are great for a GM that finds themselves without a lot of time to make up something from scratch for their game. For the GM that’s really busy, they could check out The Forgotten Dungeon. It’s an adventure that’s over 100 pages and filled with all manner of things to keep players on […]
For those that want a quick-playing WWII tactical miniatures game, you’ll want to check out 1-48TACTIC. The core rulebook is available now for you to check purchase. From the announcement: Lavishly illustrated 60 page rulebook, full colour saddle-stitch softcover in high quality 135 g/m² paper. Includes sample cards, all markers, rules and templates, 20+ diagrams, […]
Thursday already? That’s not a complaint, mind you. Just a reaction. Seems the week has gone by quick. And while I don’t know if there’ll specifically be gaming this weekend, I know there’ll be authentic Mexican food. And that’s got me hyped (possibly even more than gaming! Churros are my kryptonite). In the meantime, though, […]
FoxTales Studios is running a Kickstarter campaign for Overturn: Rising Sands. It’s a semi-cooperative adventure board game, steeped in Middle Eastern folklore. Grab your band of heroes and face off against all manner of monsters of mythology. Just make sure that your story doesn’t end with bleeding out into the sand. From the campaign: Overturn […]
Be my druidess. Be my everything. Considering the rest of the lyrics of that song, I should probably stop there. I’m not sure how much Type O Negative they listen to in the world of Crystal Clans, but I have a feeling that might be a song that the Leaf Clan jams out to often. […]
Have you ever wanted to join the gaming industry? Of course you have! It’s awesome! Sure, there’s a lot of work, but hey, gaming! Well, if you’re in the area of Britain (the job is a phone one, but you gotta show up in Nottingham from time to time for meetings), and want to work […]
In this seminar, Dr Michael Heron and Pauline Belford of Meeple Like Us discuss the topic of board game accessibility and why support for people with disabilities within the tabletop gaming community is important for all of us.
Atmosphere can elevate an already attractive environment to new heights when elegantly conceived and conveyed. Its ethereal nature, however, means it's not clear-cut from a development standpoint. Bethesda alum Michel Sabbagh analyzes the ambient effect.
Narrative design as a role within game development is still growing and changing, and understanding what we mean when we use the term goes a long way to helping us discuss it in the future. Here are a few distinct types of 'narrative designer'.
A double-kick for you for Guild Ball from Steamforged. They’re coming out with a little old, and a little new. First off, they have started taking pre-orders for new resin Hunter’s Guild teams. They’re the same players that you might have, but resculpted and now in resin. They’re also continuing their previews of the upcoming […]
Who truly knows what happens to us when we die? Well, in the world of Terrinoth, death is certainly not always the end of us. Some are turned into Wraiths, undead ghostly beings that are ready to take their vengeance out on the living. They’re a new unit coming for Runewars, and we get a […]
Thanks to advancements in the tech industry, things that were once difficult have become incredibly easy now. One of these is finding addresses. As an online business, making sure your physical address is easily visible to your users can be crucial. What other way is there to show your visitors your address other than digital maps such as Google Maps, the largest and the most widely used online map software in the world. In this post, I’ll take a look at various ways of adding maps to your Drupal site and how they can be utilized for better convenience for your site visitors.
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This article describes a method for creating a realistic first person camera attached to a body to simulate realistic movements and animations in Unreal Engine 4
Drupal's Settings Tray Module is Freakin' Awesome
Here's a very short video demo of editing a menu using Drupal's Settings Tray module. Things like this will be what drives Drupal adoption.
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I'm a big fan of the quick edit module for Drupal. If it could work better with paragraphs module, it'd be a knockout feature. Aligned with that, I'm really impressed with the settings tray module and can see so many uses for it in the future - sidemenus, shopping cart slideouts, node editing, etc. Here's a very short video of using it to edit a menu, which should make many content editors' lives easier.