Dec 1st, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we finish our 200th episode with Richard Tucholka of Tri Tac Games. Lots more secrets to be revealed! Have fun.
Nov 24th, 2013 by tritacsystems
Amazing. We've reached episode 200!!!!
Richard Tucholka joins us for a great reveal of what are Tri Tac Games plans for the next 2 years.
Be sure to listen to the end. We ask Richard some questions about his games and get some surprising answers.
Update: A correction. AnCon is May 1-4, 2014 in Hudson, Ohio.
Nov 17th, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we finish our interview with industry insider, Tim Kask. Sorry about the short length. We don't always know how long an episode will end up when you start to edit.
tune in next week for the 200th episode. We will be revealing secrets that we have never published. Stuff only whispered in the back of cars at 3 AM on the way back from cons.
Nov 12th, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we have the worthy Tim Kask telling us about a great new set of products that would be great enhancements and adventures to your Tri Tac gaming, especially Fringeworthy and Weirdzone.
Tim was the first TSR employee, an editor of the gaming magazine Dragon, and a lead designer for many many products over the years. Recently he has started a new company when he isn't writing for Gygax magazine and has produced the products mentioned above.
Listen carefully for a wealth of gaming anecdotes and great new products to enhance your gaming experience.
Nov 4th, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we finish our examination of the cyberpunk gaming genre with the aide of the inestimable Jay Libby!
Oct 29th, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we continue with our guest Jay Libby of DillyGreenBean Games to find what is so awesome about cyberpunk.
Oct 22nd, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we are joined by Jay Libby who helps us understand how Cyberpunk can be so much more than what it has been before.
Oct 20th, 2013 by tritacsystems
My game "Zero Plot Blues" using the Weirdzones rules by Tri Tac Games, using Fate Accelerated rules. It was played in a Google+ Hangout and was much fun. Sadly the recording ended early so the ending is missing, but the heroes helped out their allies in the end! Check out the Zero Plot and the characters that played in this game in the Zero Plot Blues: Cammy's Place Google Doc!
Well, the world as you knew it has changed. Your house, yard, and portions of your neighbors' house have been severed from the Earth and now you're going... somewhere. What are you going to do? How will you survive. In any case, welcome to the WeirdZone!
Oct 14th, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we finish our discussion on how to run a SF adventure in Fringeworthy and not ruin your campaign. We finish discussing types of SF adventures and what we think should be in a adventure worthy of the name SF.
Oct 6th, 2013 by tritacsystems
This week we explore why making science fiction adventures is so much more challenging than fantasy or post apocalyptic. We break down these type of adventures and show how to succeed with them.