24-Hour RPGs, August 2010: the Geeklist
- Steffan O'Sullivan(sos1)United States
NHThe Geek? Yes, it's a good site. But - ah! You should have seen it before the rebranding! It was legible and a joy to read! All gone now, sadly, and so (mostly) am I because of it ...I'm sorry, I cannot read this site regularly while the intense white background is in effect. I have eye health issues, and this is painful. I'll still make brief visits, largely for trades and rules questions, but my socializing here is done for now
Voting is over - Results are in!
To see the results, go to http://rpggeek.com/thread/559755/the-results-are-in
And a clarification:
Based on a comment below, it has finally occurred to me that people might not know that I didn't write all of these games. There are 32 games, and 32 different authors! I had thought of having each author add their own item, but it wouldn't be fair to those who don't check rpggeek.com very often to have their game left off.
At any rate, I only wrote one of these games. I deliberately left authors' names off so people wouldn't pre-judge an entry based on that.
---end edit---He went overloading on testing and coding and his name was(Stelio)United Kingdom
SurreySupport comes in many forms: community involvement, forum posts, submitting data, running PbF games, word-of-mouth advertising, financial donations... All these are vital to this site, and you have my sincere thanks for participating in any of them.Currently: planning.
But I figured a geeklist makes for easier access than the Series page - fewer pages to click through. I can also include all the descriptions here, which isn't really possible on the Series page.
So here are the games in alphabetical order. You can use this list to get to the item pages, scroll down to the "Files" section, download the files, and start reading!
- [+] Dice rolls