In this episode of “This Month in Children’s RPGs”, we chat about games we tried out during the holidays and talk about expectation setting for your TTRPGs, especially when playing with younglings!
Spring Owl is hosting a 64 game bundle that’s focused on winter holidays! It includes several kid-friendly TTRPGs, which I’ve highlighted here – check it out, and I hope it helps you build your game library!
Find wintery-themed TTRPGs for kids and all-ages on disount via my latest itch.io bundle!
DriveThruRPG is running a sitewide sale on TTRPGs for kids! Find a link to the sale here along with a…
Spring Owl is hosting a 65 game bundle that’s focused on cozy feels and gathering with friends! It includes several kid-friendly TTRPGs, which I’ve highlighted here – check it out, and I hope it helps you build your game library!
Spring Owl is doing another bundle, this time for creators’ BEST games that they’ve ever made, and many of them are all-ages friendly (including a couple that TTRPGkids has already reviewed)! Check it out here, and I hope it helps you find a game you love!
With the release of the Fall Fright Express, I’m kicking off two bundles – one for all the TTRPGkids Halloween games and another for all the TTRPGkids train games! Check them both out here for a nice discount on the total price, and enjoy!
In this episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, I discuss how to create a TTRPG setting that fits the interests of young players! While these tips can be used for any age, they’re particularly important for using with youth who may have some pretty different fandoms and story preferences from grown ups who are running the game.
This episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast is all about using safety tools and setting ground rules in TTRPGs with kids – these tools are critical to making sure everyone feels comfortable and wants to come back to the game AND it’s important to make sure that young players can understand them and use the well.
For the next few weeks, check out the Lunch Break Bundle for short RPGs that you can play during a lunch break! Many of the games included are kid-friendly, and this can be a great opportunity to try out lots of different stories and mechanics for one bundled price!