TTRPGkids game review: Gangs Jr.

Gangs Jr. was my first foray into playing wargame style TTRPG’s, and it actually worked really well as an introduction for myself, in addition to being a lot of fun for my kid.  We ran a very fun water balloon fight across a map covered in blocks and toys, and loved the simplified system for getting both a newcomer and a little one into a new type of gaming.
Dino Riderz!

TTRPGkids review: Dino Riderz by Family Fantasy RPG

Dino Riderz is another awesome game setting released by Family Fantasy RPG, this one focusing on… dinosaurs! The Family Fantasy RPG system is a tabletop role-playing game designed for all ages, stepping in difficulty depending on your child’s age and including lots of awesome additional activities to complete during these storybook style adventures!
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TTRPGkids game review: Babies and Broadswords

I played Babies and Broadswords with the creators of the game and had a blast! It’s a perfect balance of mechanics (not too easy and not too hard), and it was a great throwback to mornings watching Rugrats with my siblings. I had a lot of fun, and I highly recommend playing with both your kids and your grown-up tables!
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TTRPGkids game review: Overgrown

I played Overgrown with my 3yo, and we had a lot of fun!  The chaotic combinations of creatures that make up the player’s characters was a HUGE hit with kiddo (who picked an Owlcat named Owllie), and the d20 only mechanics were easy for kiddo to understand.  We ran a fun adventure that started with chasing a flock of sharkbirds (which we are calling a tornado of sharks) that were trying to steal breakfast from some mice, and had a great time letting my 3yo navigate the story from there!  I hope you have a great game too!
Omotenashi

Tiny Tome, Tiny TTRPG Review: Omotenashi

Omotenashi is a cozy storytelling prompt game all about hospitality and helping others feel welcome.  In this animal-populated world, take on the roles of staff members as a getaway for a variety of guests, all with different needs, and figure out how to help them relax and find inspiration in their lives.