Cortex Prime is happening folks! I (might be) part of it! If the Kickstarter hits $75,000 then you’ll get to see my little contribute to the world of Cortex Prime.
I didn’t write this. I found it and thought it was really fitting.
When I set out to write the game you’re now holding in your hands I had a simple goal. Create a game about a future that might be. One where humanity has overcome the technological limitations of our time to voyage through the stars. I wanted to imagine adventures the observable universe. What follows is a vision of the future based on current scientific understanding.
I saw a meme, I made a meme.
Welcome to the Ville. A Shadowrun Micro-Adventure.
Yesterday morning (in the shower) I conceived a game. That afternoon I conceptualized that game on paper and later that evening I designed that game in Photoshop. I then sent out a call for playtesting, to which I’ve had a few responses. Today, I’ll share a little more about the game and my design philosophy.
I should have loved Batman: Arkham Knight, but I didn’t.
This year is shaping up to be my busiest GenCon ever. Getting time to spend with friends is going to be a challenge. I’ve put together a calendar of my schedule so people can figure out either where I’ll be or when I’m free.
It’s not my Batman. It’s not my Ghostbusters. It’s not my Leatherface. And that is OK.