I’m not a big fan of Tarot cards, but these Lord of the Rings tarot cards might just make me interested in a reading. They come from Deviant Artist Sceith Ailm who is working on a Major Arcana for her tarot series.
American history is among the richest in the world. I’m not just talking about what went down in the real world, but also everything that transpired in the realm of science fiction, horror, and fantasy.
In an attempt to map the most notable of these fictional events, Chop Shop has launched a Kickstarter project called the “Altered States of America.”
Aside from shows like iam8bit, galleries and museums are rarely places to find cool gamer art. But it doesn’t take long over on Etsy to turn up a wide variety of impressive artworks for fans of all sorts of video games.
No matter which fantasy game you prefer, whether it is in a video game or an RPG boardgame, there are always characters with huge beards and a helmet. Dwarves instantly come to mind. In the old days, if you wanted to look like one of these guys, you had to buy a helmet and grow a beard for ten years.
If you have sensitive hearing, you might want to cover your ears because gamers around the world are about to shout ARGGGHHHHH en mass. Yeah, I guess this isn’t really that much of a surprise considering all the long delays that Diablo III has been hit with over the years.
… and of the Undead Slayer. Because being born in the year of the dumbest monster is quite depressing. Invented by James F. Wright and Joshua G. Eckert, the Geek Zodiac takes its cue from the Chinese Zodiac, but instead of animals the two assigned science fiction and fantasy archetypes to the 12-year cycle.
We’ve just started to see some powered exoskeletons, and they are still pretty clunky affairs. So how can we even think about starting to build a real AT-AT? That doesn’t seem to faze the Mike Koehler, the man behind AT-AT for America – a campaign to build a fully-functional full-size AT-AT.
Now that Gyromancer has continued what Puzzle Quest started, Infinite Interactive is set to steal back their throne with a sequel to the cult-favorite RPG/puzzle hybrid. Life just got a little sweeter… at least, for me.
Move over, Puzzle Quest. You had a good run with the whole jewel-matching RPG hybrid, but the big boys have come to steal your throne… and rock our faces off. Gyromancer may be a little late (the Puzzle Quest folks already moved on to sci-fi), but it really doesn’t matter when this boat arrives.