Friday, February 10, 2012

In the Hopper - OSR Goodness

Damn but I have a full weekend of RPG stuff to get to.  All that and going to the in-laws tomorrow for a birthday party (and we might actually have some snow on the roads for the occasion - lucky me).  Thank God football season is over ;)

I've been looking over Barrowmaze by Greg Gillespie, a very nice looking Megadungeon for Labyrinth Lord.  Hopefully I can get it reviewed this weekend.

There have been a few more Toys for the Sandbox releases from Occult Moon that I need to get to and an under the radar release in the OSR (at least under my radar) of Dungeon Raiders, a free rpg.

I need more time this weekend (and no, I don't get off monday).  Sigh.

Oh, and I may need to pick up Cosmic Patrol.  I've been hearing good things about it in my podcast listening.

edit:  and Trollzine 4 was just released... I need more time damn it!


  1. Erik - I don't know how you even blog as much as you do - and with high quality stuff to boot. I'm in a similar boat. I have a family and various obligations and I have a stack of gaming and blogging topics I want to get to. Good luck with your weekend. :)

  2. I have a VERY understanding wife. I'm gaming twice a week these days (i was angling for three but that might have been pushing it ;)

    she supports the blogging. and my constant blog surfing ;)

  3. MIGHT have been pushing it?? :)

    I game once per week - 3 hours every Tuesday night. And I can probably get in about 1-2 hours per day of gaming stuff - but generally 10 minutes at a time.

    The exception is the morning. I'm up by 7am and nobody else gets up before 9am. So I get a solid 2 hours in the morning. That's my gaming and coffee time. :)

  4. 4 hrs wed nite and 4 hrs sat nite. Sat is via g+ hangout, so I'm home.

    She's does yoga on wed nites now, so it's a wash ;)


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