ok game wise being in the uk i have alot of RPG's mainly the white wolf one's
i play magic not a big fan have a zombie deck that a mix of sets and blocks
play VETS (evil card game) played that by email befor
and i am curently runing a dnd 4 ed game
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There are many Cthulhu/Mythos based RPG's out there but one that seems to be getting a good amount of press and quality reviews is Cthulhutech.
A lovecraftian future with some anime style.
The moon shone on the path, and lo, the side of the hill did open, and behold, the Mother emerged to love us, her children.
Fun miniatures skirmish game. You have to buy your own minis, but the rules are free.
PS: DisclosureI wrote the rules.
Also playing MonPoc weekly, (and a few of the other games mentioned). With the affordable LCG format, Im actually getting into Warhammer:Invasion and back into Game of Thrones. Last Night on Earth = Awesome!, Star Wars Miniature battles, and Crimson Skies (The airplane combat clix game NOT the video game). Munchkins, Chez Geek...
I picked up a few of the Horror clix but it never took off here. Everyone seemed to complain about the incompatability with Hero clix rather then just playing the damn game. Around that time I picked up Halo clix too, which now that I think of it, didn't take off for the same reason =
I saw someone mention Vampire:The Eternal Struggle? Man, I played that when it was called Jyhad. That was a long time ago! Believe it or not, On the Edge has begun to make a resurgance too in my local brick and mortar store.
Lord of the Rings CCG, the game that got me into the whirling world of collectible cards! Damn you, JRRTolkien!
Battlestar Galactica CCG, another game I got hooked on to but fortunately they discontinued it soon enough. huahaha!
We have been playing Yomi since it cam out a couple of weeks ago. It is a fighting game with fixed decks. Yomi plays more like poker or blackjack than any ccg.
I have harnessed the shadows that stride from world to world to sow death and madness...
Other games that interests me and currently own.
B-17- Flying Fortress : Single Player Board Game, next to impossible winning a bombing mission, fun
Blackbeard- late 90s (?)- TONS of rules, I found it difficult to play
Space Hulk (the 3rd edition)- sitting in my storage, good game
Coup de Etat- very old boardgame 1990s- fun fun game, very funny take on gov't corruption
The Hunt for Red October- early 90s- still a classic
Sum of all Fears- early 90s- tons of tokens, easy to play
A Line in the Sand- early 90s- fun to play, game came out after OPeration Desert Storm
Arkham Horror- excellent
Space Hulk- Death Angels- excellent
Warhammer Quest- (still brand-new, have not opened since buying it in 1995?)
For PC- currently playing RIFT (mmorpg), Forsaken World (free to play)
I mostly play miniatures games. Waramachine, Uncharted Seas, Infinity, etc... although chiefly Warmachine these days. I have relatively little CCG experience, only having played Call of Cthulhu and Netrunner (both are fun). I used to be a big boardgamer but it's sort of fallen to the side over the years. Still have a pretty big shelf of them though, Ticket to Ride, Ra, Tikal, Through the Desert, Puerto Rico, and so on.