Yes, that’s right. Ninja. Panda. Taco.
PNPT is a tabletop roleplaying game wherein you play an evil mastermind (or his minion) competing with another evil mastermind to take over the world. Gameplay is over the top and cartoonish fun, where evil laughs and silly voices are encouraged.
PNPT looks like a whole load of fun, and the artwork on display is great. I’m already picking out names for my evil mastermind and his minions.
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A Mastermind and his minion
Neil Stephenson’s an author. He writes obsessively-detailed fiction, sometimes speculative, sometimes historical, most of the time a combination of the two. To complement his current efforts, he’s turned his eye to videogames though. What Neil wants to do is make swordfighting games more realistic, more accurate, and most of all, more fun. His team for CLANG has put together one of the most entertaining Kickstarter videos I’ve seen, which really conveys his humor and the spirit of the game:
Yes, the Zombie meme has been beaten to death, but true to form it keeps coming back. And I’m fine with that. I love zombie fiction, zombie movies, and zombie games. Keep it coming in unstoppable hordes.
Zombie Playground looks to be a fun take on the Zombie invasion idea, a game that puts you in a child’s point of view to fight an infestation at school:
XKCD put up this comic about how “meta” trend that some Kickstarter projects are developing into. Raising money to raise money to start a project. It’s like Inception only Ponzi-er. I’m talking to you, Pathfinder.
"If you pledge more than $50 you'll get on the VIP list and have first dibs on a slot on ANY of the pledge levels in the actual campaign