Halloween

Halloween
5% of All Sales go to Support The Tavern

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Kickstarter - Strange World Cthulhu: Shadow Over Texas (Horror RPG with Amazing Video)

Didn't he play BJ on M.A.S.H.?
Tag line from the video: "Intrigued? Please contribute early and often." How the bloody hell do you contribute "often" to a Kickstarter? Do you need to create multiple accounts? And why the fuck would anyone do so in the first place? Grrrr.

Alright, what else can I say about the Strange World Cthulhu: Shadow Over Texas Kickstarter?

Simply this.

Watch the video.

Start at the beginning, and after the female narrator drones you nearly to sleep, skip ahead to 5:57. Seriously, you can skip the rest. From here, hang on for a thrilling ride. You may need to increase the volume a bit, as Donald Saxman is a soft spoken man. Maybe wear your headphones and crank it to the max. It's not like the end credits haven't had their volume equalized to the rest of this exciting video.

Wait. What about the RPG itself?
Shadow Over Texas is a major new role playing campaign based on monster hunting in Texas in the Roaring Twenties. It is based on the Strange World game engine and is compatible with a variety of game systems including Dungeons and Dragons, Call of Cthulhu, and These Strange Worlds
Yep, simply put, Shadow Over Texas is the swiss army knife of horror RPGs - at least the ones set in Texas in the Roaring 20's with Dark Ones and such.

What's that? You suffered hearing loss by listening to the credits? Fuck dude, it's a horror game. Be glad you didn't lose sanity points...

Print to Play EMAIL?


4 comments:

  1. I wonder if this is the same Donald Saxman that created Superhero: 2044, the first EVER supers RPG.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Watch the video at 5:57 like Tenkar recommends. That'll answer your question.

      Delete
  2. Some people just aren't ready for prime time...

    ReplyDelete
  3. Well I can understand why he did better writing games 30 years ago when video was much rarer. His excitement for the game just pulled me in.

    Does someone hold a copyright for Cthulhu? Or can just anyone write and publish a Cthulhu game?

    ReplyDelete