They say forever is a long, long time and, if Thousand Year Old Vampire is an indication, forever sure does suck. Is that a pun? That might be a pun. Sorry. Anyway, this week on the Vintage RPG Podcast, we take a look at Tim Hutchings’ solo journaling game about memory, tragedy and confronting things you’d rather ignore. It is maybe the most intense solo games ever published.
Also, Drew Cochran gives us the Indie Elevator Pitch for his forthcoming RPG, Epic of Dreams!
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