State of Open Gaming Address 1

January 4, 2010

I added DoubleZero, a retro-clone for the James Bond RPG, to the Other Wiki Games section of the wiki. DoubleZero was written by Berin Kinsman and is in the public domain.

Valent Games has made most of its games (including the famous Sufficiently Advanced) available under Creative Commons licences – though some still cost a dollar from the RPGNow store. There’s a page for them on the wiki.

I’ve added a page on OpenD6, the D6 System released under the Open Game Licence.

The Treasure RPG now has a PDF download option.

Games Added to the List of Libre Games

Berin Kinsman also wrote Toybox Wars and Bad Attitudes Revised, both of which have been added to the wiki.

I’ve added two of Christian Griffen’s games. Beast Hunters is a well-known indie RPG though its SRD doesn’t have any beasts or tattoos. Anima Prime is in beta mode, so playtest it!

Not-Too-Silly Stories is an RPG designed for children with a mechanic to stop them from being too outlandish or ruining the game with nonsense.

Iliamna Unknown is a game about software engineers and their computer program, Undead.

1KM1KT Open RPGs

When I stumble across an open RPG on http://www.1km1kt.net I add it to the wiki under this category. If you find any, let me know at sanglorian@gmail.com or add it to the wiki yourself.

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2 Responses to “State of Open Gaming Address 1”

  1. misterecho Says:

    I just love free games! Good luck with your credit crunch antidote!

  2. Rob Lang Says:

    Keep these coming, we need to foster and drive the free community onwards!


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