New answers tagged

-2

Check out http://www.myth-weavers.com/. It offers forum based roleplaying games from many different systems and settings.


0

Yes, but it might not be as good of an experience as playing around a table. There are services like Roll20, which can be used to play online with other people. It's handy when playing games with people you don't know because you can be invited/join a group of people without having the hassle of adding people on Skype or other voice services. However, ...


14

Yes the technology is called a Virtual Tabletop or VTT. It combines the following A whiteboard that everybody can draw on or use to display image. Also used as a battleboard with token instead of miniatures. a voice and/or text chat engine RPG software utility usually including a dice roller, character sheet, and random tables. Popular VTTs include ...


2

Yes, it's possible to play RPGs like D&D (and GURPS, Fate, Cypher System, and even Amber Diceless) online, via posts on forums, email, chat, or dedicated game table systems like Roll20. There are a couple things to be aware of in doing this. First, play by post is very, very very slow. I've been in a play by post GURPS campaign (most of the complexity ...


38

Yes! You can definitely play P&P games over the internet. There are basically two steps to the process. Find a group You can find a group anywhere that nerds gather online. Forums are a great source of people. You'll have the easiest time finding players for current editions of popular games, so if you're into Pathfinder or D&D 5e, you'll have no ...


3

Yes, it is possible to play something that looks like pencil & paper D&D online. The first option is to find some people online - asking around in social networks, in roleplaying games specialized forums or in some sites made exactly for that purpose (we have rpgplayers in Italy) - and to play in videoconference. It will be slower than playing at ...


1

I would say take a look at online gaming pages.Most of them have the aility for you to say "I search for a custom system" and then put that its a playtest either in the title or the body. Or they have a forum where you can say that you seek ppl for that and ask if they are interested and then give them the link to that game. Also most of these have the ...



Top 50 recent answers are included