I recently submitted a new Pip System sourcebook for the RPGGeek 48-Hour Supplement Contest. For the contest, we were tasked with designing a supplement for an existing RPG in under 48 hours.
I love the Pip System, so it was a natural choice. I’ve also long wanted to do a game about cave people, because I love the Land of Og RPG (read my review here). Consider this my “Prehistoric RPG heartbreaker.”
As of this writing, the contest is ongoing and voting hasn’t happened yet, but you can still access and read the sourcebook at RPGGeek. Here are some relevant links:
48-Hour Supplement Contest Announcement. The contest ends May 19th, 2020. Go ahead and submit your own creations.
If you’ve read my previous reviews of Mermaid Adventures and Camp Myth: the RPG, you’ll know I’m a huge fan of the Pip System by Third Eye Games. In addition to reviewing those books, I also wrote about one third of Infestation, an RPG of Bugs and Heroes. All of these ENnie Award-nominated games are fantastic games for families and children, and I’m thrilled to be working with 3EG again to develop more content for this flexible and accessible game system.
Third Eye Games previously announced a Pip System core book is in development. I’ll be joining several other talented designers to develop a complete core book. That means the game will be designed to work with any genre and any setting as opposed to a specific setting (such as Mermaid Adventures).
To show off the core game, 3EG is also developing several unique settings based on …
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