The Cryptkeepers of Hallowford is now out on iOS Store, Google Play, Steam, and the Amazon App Store!
The sequel to 2015’s The Hero of Kendrickstone. The Cryptkeepers of Hallowford takes you to the town of Hallowford, where long-forgotten magic threatens the prosperity and safety of the those who live within the town’s walls. Choose to ally with the powerful Cryptkeeper’s Guild, the town watch, or other adventurers as you delve into the depths beneath the town in search of answers, but be warned that your erstwhile collaborators have agendas of their own.
As you delve ever deeper, the threat beneath Hallowford grows ever more powerful, and an ancient secret is revealed which might shake the town to its very foundations.
It’s the second week of the month, which means it’s once again time for another installment of A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea. This month’s article continues covering the governance of the Unified Kingdom of Tierra, this time regarding the various ducal governments.
Remember that thanks to my supporters on Patreon, next month’s issue of A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea will be joined by the first installment in a new column based on my second fantasy series: An Adventurer’s Guide to the Fledgling Realms. Those who pledge $1 a month will get access to both articles a week early, while those who pledge $2 a month get to vote on next month’s topics.
Speaking of the Fledgling Realms, The Cryptkeepers of Hallowford, the sequel to 2015’s The Hero of Kendrickstone, will release later this month. I’ll have a page up for it soon.
Last, but not least, I’ve written a development blog post on Burden of Command, regarding the importance of creating empathetic characters in narrative-based games, and how we are working to make sure that the members of the player’s company in Burden of Command will feel like complex and dynamic officers and men worth mentoring, leading, and protecting.