Category Archives: crowdfunding

Adventures in Toonaria Part 3

The roboto may appear harmless, but there’s a lot going on under the hood and it has a rich backstory as well. As with all of the core creatures you can run, it will come with a load of cool talent options. Continue reading

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Kickstarter Wants My Firstborn!

Today I’d like to talk about some of the trials and tribulations of both running Kickstarter campaigns and backing them. I often encourage people to invest in others—to back worthy Kickstarters campaigns (at least those they have an interest in). … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #15: Fiction Givaway + Roleplaying Games and Settings Questions (Part 3)

Back with another blog post asking the tough questions. If you haven’t read our first two parts, I encourage you to at least skim them as I think you’ll find them interesting and informative. I covered several questions last time … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #14: Fiction Givaway + Roleplaying Games and Settings Questions (Part 2)

One might think after thirty-six years I would have tired of the Cosmoverse—the universe I started creating in 1978 and have been running adventures in for decades, or that I would have at least moved on from the game I … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #13: Fiction Givaway + One of the Oldest RPGs & Settings You’ve Never Heard of! (Part 1)

Now that I have a newsletter (Go to QT Games to sign up and never miss an issue!) and have been meeting a lot of new friends, I thought I’d change directions a bit and dig even deeper into my … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #11: Gaming and Fiction (Part 3)

Writing fiction was my first love, but designing games of all sorts? They were a close second! When I was around fourteen or fifteen I began designing board and card games like mad. This is in addition to my regular … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #9: Gaming and Fiction (Part 1)

Since there was no significant response to my post on publishing, I’ll skip Part 2 for now and give you a QT Games update and talk a bit about game design, Cosmothea and the Cosmoverse. My goal is to post … Continue reading

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