Post by mormonyoyoman on May 20, 2018 23:54:07 GMT -5
Looking forward to this - maybe for decades. Wish Vella was still around, because I remember how much she helped me deal with accepted aspects of the original and would like to hear her comments of the MetaArcade version.
*jeep! and God Bless! (Thank you, Red!)
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Post by sscrompton on May 31, 2018 13:48:52 GMT -5
New blog is up at MetaArcade! This week I interview Rob Carver about City of Terrors and the early days of T&T... Get some interesting insights from someone who was there when T&T was created and his thoughts on City of Terrors. Rob is rarely heard from so I was lucky to get him to agree to an interview...
It's Thursday and time for a new MetaArcade Update. This week its the release of the 2nd Part of Stefan Jones Necropolis of Vaarh. So now you can find out what might happen to your character next. Try it out - just follow the link to the Blog. And if you aren't already playing the T&T Adventures App on your phone - what are you waiting for?
Post by sscrompton on Jun 19, 2018 12:50:38 GMT -5
Don't Forget - We are still trying to get to the next stretch goal for the Vaults of K'Horror Kickstarter! Help us add Ken St Andre's 19 page solo and the mini-rules to Vaults of K'horror. Everyone benefits if we make it. Tell your friends ans help spread the word! Thanks!
Post by sscrompton on Jul 10, 2018 18:38:16 GMT -5
MetaArcade releases NEW phone app game Cthulhu Chronicles, developed in partnership with Chaosium Inc.! Bringing the essence of the award-winning tabletop RPG Call of Cthulhu to your iPhone or iPad, Cthulhu Chronicles will take you to a classic H. P. Lovecraft setting of 1920s New England.
Download and play for free now at itunes or googleplay!
Let me just say that T&T Adventures is an amazingly wonderful app and is my new joy - if I could just get through Buffalo Castle! (I DID make it through "Necropolis of Vaarh" the other day, both parts, and I must compliment Stephan for yet another RPG masterpiece. I'm glad he picked T&T up again!)
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