If Wizards of the Coast get their way scrapping the Open Game license, it will be a disaster for creatives in the roleplaying industry – but it will also hurt them.
I had a great time at Dragonmeet on Saturday. It may surprise some people to know that this was my first Dragonmeet (London’s premiere roleplaying convention which I believe has been going since the 1980s) but in fact, UK Games Expo this year was the first gaming convention I’d gone to since, I think, Games… Continue reading Dragonmeet and widening the RPG audience
When I twittered Rory Cellan-Jones to ask why he didn’t mention Wordscraper in his blog post about Scrabulous, he replied “cos i couldn’t be bothered!” Years from now, when British journalism has finally breathed its last, this phrase will be engraved on its tombstone. The thing is, the Wordscraper thing is about the most interesting… Continue reading Scrabulous and IP Wars