Cozy Companion is a magazine from Snowbright Studio that includes TTRPG adventures, project features, and activities for all ages (kids and adults can both enjoy) that all revolve around a particular theme for each issue! This review is for Cozy Companion volume 3: All Things Nautical!
Earlier this year, I was part of a group of awesome educators and presenters who brought two events EDU TTRPG events to SXSW EDU. We now have four proposals in for this year and need your help voting to get them approved AND to help get more educators interested in and informed about using TTRPGs in class!
Stop a terrible curse with the help of chaotic nature spirits in this tabletop RPG inspired by Gravity Falls and Hilda.
Time Tails is a time-travel themed TTRPG that was featured in Snowbright’s game and fiction magazine, Cozy Companion, which dives into world lore, all-ages activities, and educational themes that are great for kids and adults alike! Check out Time Tails RPG here and get a bit of an extra peek of what’s up with Cozy Companion!
This game was made as part of the Coinside Adventure Sparks Jam and is a fun call-out to games like Mario and Legend of Zelda, includes two platformer style maps for players to explore, is system agnostic, and is great for running as a side quest or a one-shot.
All aboard for some fae realm themed adventures on The Midsummer Mischief Express! It’s a wildly fun all ages, system agnostic train setting that changes every time you play!
This games list is all about tabletop RPGs that focus on superheroes! Whether you and your players want to save the day from troublemaking villains and environmental hazards OR you just want to see what your cool self-created superhero can do, there’s an awesome game for you and your group here!
ArithMagine is a TTRPG system, made to pair with Stories RPG, for practicing numeracy skills! It’s a fun ruleset for playing with math in a dynamic and creative way that connects with the story that you make together. It’s also easy to fit into a class or school program with its rules-lite set up and flexibility to fit with any adventure.
I am very glad to have gotten to play and review The Librarian’s Apprentice previously, and I’m so excited to see this project going to Crowdfundr for a physical print! Please check it out below, and journey forth to see what adventure awaits you in the library!
This list features games that are posted as free or pay-what-you-want (PWYW) so you can try out some zero cost games with your families, friends, and classes! Check it out, and I hope it helps you find a game that you enjoy!