Possibly the most succinct explanation possible for ‘why I love Costume Fairy Adventures,’ The game is just incredibly imaginative and the writing includes a lot of gems like this. It’s put together by Penguin King Games (penguinking.com) and is absolutely worth checking out if you like improv-oriented roleplaying of a decidedly silly bent.
First, the big news: the Core Costume Deck is finished! Every typo corrected,
every layout issue repaired, every attribution in good order - at least
as far as we know! Your downloadable files have been updated to revision
1.00; as of today, digital delivery of this component of the game is
complete. We’re also expecting a big box of printed decks in the mail;
the shipping estimate on those is in the “4 to 8 weeks” range, so nobody
start holding their breath just yet.
Next, a couple of smaller items:
The Core Rulebook preview PDF has been updated with one new
illustration on page 50, a few more crowdfunding supporter attributions,
and a few other odds and ends. We’re still 15 backer surveys short - if
you’re one of them, please try to get yours in as soon as you can.
The Big Pie Caper preview PDF has been updated with one new illustration on page 19.
Just like last time, you can get ahold of all three updated documents using the links and credentials in Update 77, or via your DriveThru library.
Finally, we’d like to give you another preview of how the layout for Tomb of Follies is coming along, this time for the GM’s section. You’ll find the preview images above.
More concept art for Love & Labyrinths, a tabletop dating-sim-meets-dungeon-crawler currently in development at Penguin King Games. This is Charity, our iconic Beast Tamer and friend to all animals - especially her constant companion, Valour. (She’s just a big housecat, really!)