The type of play I'm talking about here is using Skype as well as an online dice roller. The differences between this kind of play and standard play is that it can be very chaotic, especially for the ...
Which role playing games/systems are being successfully used with/have been successfully adapted for use in virtual reality systems? [closed]
Which table-top games have been adapted for use in a virtual-reality emulator, such as Second Life? That is, I'm looking to find out about table-top games which have been adapted/are being played ...
Normally this question would be highly subjective. But it cuts to heart of the current state of the hobby. When Dungeons & Dragons and RPGs developed in the 70's there was nothing else like it in ...
Lately I've been doing a lot of gaming online, via chat rooms -- with a regular group and a regular time for a session each week, just through text rather than in person or via Skype or something. ...
I have a number of RPG-loving friends, but they're unfortunately scattered around the world. I'd like to run a game with them online, using emails or message boards or something of that ilk. (like ...