This month is the 32nd since I started this blog. It is also, by a weird coincidence, the month of my 32nd birthday. I realised this too late to turn RPGaDay into “31 posts in month 31 while 31”, but nevertheless I’m feeling a bit reflective.
Here is a look back at some of my most popular blog posts, the top 11 posts on the blog based on average views per month (vpm) since publication.
There are a lot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in this list. You’ve been warned.
RPGaDay is an annual celebration of tabletop roleplaying. This is the first year I’ve tried to do it.
What is an RPG you would like to see published?
The RPG I’d like to see published is any RPG that was written by me or my roleplaying friends. There’s quite a lot of those to choose from, but right now the one I would most like to see published in future is The Library by Simon Fernandez. It’s a two-player game designed to emulate point-and-click adventure games like Broken Sword and LucasArts classics like The Dig. Adventure games are my jam, and I had a lot of fun when I played a draft version of the game. It would be cool to see it in print someday.