CityCapper is a social restaurant directory allowing people in the London area to locate restaurants with meals under £5. Built in Drupal 7, the site features a variety of custom views, search features, and mapping functions. Restaurant owners are invited to provide information on their businesses, and restaurant customers are invited to provide comments and reviews on the meals they find there.
Kim Watkinson, the Ninja Baker, wants to build a bridge between the east and west with her culinary mastery and well-heeled charm. The Ninja Baker site has been updated for mobile browsing with a smart new design and a responsive layout.
Running on Drupal 7, the site features automated systems and scripts to keep the content dynamic, and to share culinary ideas and techniques with fellow cooking aficionados via social networks. From savory meals to sweet Japanese treats, you'll find a lot of cooking advice and ideas here.
The PCs travel to the survey station Perdurabo: a mobile space laboratory in orbit around a stellar black hole. Their mission is to perform a series of experiments just outside the Event Horizon – a dangerously near approach that has never been attempted.
BLACK HOLE RUN is a DayTrippers adventure module for 2-6 players. Rich in SF tropes and interstellar curiosities, this future science adventure will test your players' tactical and problem-solving skills in a dangerous and chaotic environment. The module pairs traditional roleplaying and problem-solving techniques with the visual mechanics of a mini-boardgame, for a unique adventure experience.
There are borders everyone sees: the looming fence with its sporadic observation platforms, the tags claiming this block or that in the name of a local gang or drug cartel, and the wrought-iron fences surrounding gated communities.
There are borders that are real only in our minds, like the imaginary lines that divide country from country, or one race from another.
But in this little southwestern town, another border reveals itself to those gifted with the power to see it: the veil between the worlds. Even today, the old ways of magic are still taught; spells, curses, visions and transformations are still practiced, and opposing clans are locked in a daily battle that no policia would ever understand.
If you're on Google+, you might be interested in joining my new community: UBIQUITOUS. It's a place for discussing the future of Ubiquitous Computing, its trends and potentials, as well as our hopes and concerns about it.
What will life be like when we have RFID chips inside every product and sensors in every environment, when even paper and fabrics can be made "smart", when our personal devices speak with us (and each other) continually, and when artificially-intelligent computer networks surround us in all our social, commercial and personal spaces? Let's talk about it.
THE FUTURE AIN'T WHAT IT USED TO BE! DayTrippers Golden Age Adventures is now available in PDF format for your science fiction campaigns!
GOLDEN AGE ADVENTURES is an anthology of 16 roleplaying adventures based on "Golden Age" stories by famous science fiction writers of the 1930s-50s. Each adventure comes with three scenarios, allowing them to be easily dropped in to any science fiction roleplaying campaign.
There's a new group on Goodreads.com, devoted to RPGs & Storygames. This group discusses books, rules and play aides written for GMs and Players of tabletop roleplaying games. We happily straddle the blurry line between RPG designers and GMs, so you don't have to be "pro" to join, but you do have to have an interest in writing or reading RPG rules.
"This is a book I would recommend to any GM that wants to cultivate great ideas and find useful suggestions on how to further develop their GM skills."
Keith Mageau has written an in-depth review of the DayTrippers GameMasters Guide on the RollingBoxcars blog. He dives in and summarizes the main contents of each section of the book, letting you know what you will find there, which I think is very useful for any prospective Player or GM when considering a new system.
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