I had the pleasure to chat with Peter about his background in applied RPGs, especially with autistic youth, and his new game, Caravan Endures! We talk about helping your players grow, gentle fantasy RPGs, and so much more.
Abraham, creator of Power Outage, shares his insights on gaming with kids and how he made his game specifically for children to enjoy, learn, and grow with. Check out his advice and experiences below!
I had the pleasure to chat with Scriv the Bard about her experiences, how she’s blended her background in psychology with a love of gaming, and her current kickstarter, Bard RPG. Scriv has run tabletop RPG’s with kids for a while and has designed Bard RPG based on the insights gained from gaming with kids!
I had a great chat with Allen, author of Whispers of the Voidbringer, about his experiences picking up D&D and introducing TTRPG’s to his family. We talked about the influences his children have had on the book, born from a want to share a podcast-like story with his kids, and how to kick off the TTRPG experience with kids!
As soon as I saw Adorablins, I was excited to try it out and interview the creators. It looks super cute and, it turns out, the original version was played with a 2.5yo in mind, so perfect for introducing to my kid! I had a lot of fun chatting with Tim and Kristin about their experiences, their game, and their advice as both parents and creators!
I have played, reviewed, and really enjoyed Colin’s Family Fantasy RPG’s before, but now I had the opportunity to sit down and have a chat! We talked about Colin’s experiences playing with his kid, how he started writing kid’s games, what he loves about the FamFantasy games, and what’s coming next!
If you’re interested in non-combat tabletop RPGs, road trips, wizard schools, and character driven stories, you need to check out World of Wyldrvir! I had the awesome opportunity to chat with Bee, one of the game’s creators, to discuss Wyldrvir’s style, non-combat encounters, player characters, expansions, and lots more!
I had the pleasure to interview Rich, creator of Inspirisles and director of Hatchling Games. We talked about his new game (from mechanics to themes to playtesting), Inspiriles, which integrates learning sign language into play, and we discussed how to encourage parents to help their kids start TTRPGs!
I was very grateful to have had the opportunity to interview Ryan about his all ages table top role playing game, FlipTales. He has put so much work into this game to make sure it is accessible to everyone (from kids to grandparents), and his insights are a must-read for anyone looking to introduce new players to tabletop RPGs or looking to make their own all-ages game.