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The Thursday Find - Galaxy of Pen and Paper

By , on July 27, 2017
Last modified 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Happy Thursday everyone. I hope all of your dreams have come true and you're not squatting in a pit of filth and misery. Because, quite frankly, that sounds completely awful. If you are doing that, then reach out to someone. They might be able to help you.

Weird intro. Anyway, Thursday means it's time for the Thursday Find. And we've got a super duper cool find for you this week. It's so found that it's off the finding charts. I don't think that's going to catch on, but I'm going to keep pushing it anyway.

As per, click on the emboldened name of the game below and you'll be able to download it from the App Store. And if you've got an opinion on the game, chuck it in the comments all the way down there at the bottom of this slick and exciting content. Cool? Cool.

Galaxy of Pen and Paper

If you've played Knights of Pen and Paper before, then you're going to know what to expect here. You're playing a table top RPG, but in a twist of meta-gaming silliness, you're actually playing a digital RPG.

You make the choices, you fight the fights, and you power up your characters as they earn XP. You also get to chat with the GM, and giggle at a raft of popular sci-fi references.

But under all of that there's actually a brilliant game. It's not just clever, it's wonderfully put together, engaging, and massive roleplaying experience.

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There's even a build-your-own-quest component that lets you create adventures for yourself. And if that wasn't enough, the main story line is packed full of fights, discoveries, and brilliantly written characters.

If you're a fan of table top RPGs then you're going to love the nods and winks, and if you're a fan of good games you're going to be grinning from ear to ear while you get sucked into this crisp and entertaining slice of goodness.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here


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