The Realm Generator

The Realm Generator is a Python program that randomly generates hundreds of noble families for use in pen-and-paper roleplaying games.

If you’ve ever played a tabletop roleplaying game, then you may have encountered a common problem: you haven’t got the time to invent a realm. And I don’t mean a realm with a single great dynasty in it; I mean hundreds of noble families, thousands of nobles and courtiers, complex relationships between them, feuds, alliances, loose factions, hierarchies…it’s work.

That is, it was work. Until now. Presenting…

The Realm Generator.

In a single click, you can generate a complex, interwoven realm filled with intrigue, ready for any tabletop gaming experience.

Kaiju Incorporated RPG

Kaiju Incorporated is an RPG based on an intriguing premise: who cleans up the damage after the latest giant monster attack?

Jump into the lives of the workers for the world’s biggest multinational Kaiju-conglomerates! Rebuilding the world following giant monster attacks takes a Kaiju-sized work-force. Do you have what it takes to face the hazards of mayhem, destruction, biohazardous waste, human resources, minimal career prospects, and really really big footprints?

This practically demands to be made into a computer strategy game. I would personally play the giant monster-sized crap out of said game.


Darkstone on Steam

Darkstone arrived on Steam in September. Darkstone is an action RPG that was originally released for PC and the PlayStation back in 1999.

I remember losing many hours to playing this and being in awe of how good it was. However, this is definitely one of those games where the only people who should pick it up now are probably those, like me, who can still see it through nostalgia-tinged glasses.

This was a very good game for its time, but the game design really shows its age.


Darkstone Screenshot