Today’s Daily Snapshots:
- At the Infinite Machine Games Tumblr, there is a listing of 10 OSR books that are not “Not Nostalgia Trips or Metal/Shock Horror”. Many of these are full games, but some are supplements, and most are fantasy-oriented.
- Blackie Carbon has released Randomiser-O-Rama on DriveThruRPG [AL] and RPGNow [AL]. The 24-page PDF costs $3 and includes a large number of random tables for many different uses.
- Mark Hunt has released a OSR game covering World War 2 called The Front. The 48-page games is currently available in print from Lulu, but will soon be available via OneBookShelf in digital and print formats. Mark worked on this while he was undergoing chemo recently, and has just announced two new supplements for the game.
- Courtney Campbell has posted at the Hack & Slash blog on campaign design patterns, in a two-part (part one, part two) series that looks at different types of campaigns.