Your favorite adventures and livestreams owe more to Sandy Petersen’s Call of Cthulhu than Gary Gygax’ Dungeons & Dragons. Here’s why. Dungeons and Dragons might have invented roleplaying games, and created an entire industry, but modern roleplaying has more in common with Call of Cthulhu than with the first editions of D&D. If you’ve ever […]
The numbers are in, and to nobody’s surprise, Dungeons & Dragons is still #1, but Call of Cthulhu has surged to 2nd place among RPGs.
Achtung! Cthulhu, the game of chaos, heroes, and eldritch horror in World War II is about to get its RPG release. Check out a preview of the Quickstart today!
If you want to play a creepy horror game but don’t want to deal with a lot of complex rules, Cthulhu Dark is the game for you.
Call of Cthulhu is more popular than ever, making a big splash on places like Roll20 and now… Astral Tabletop. Check out the new Quickstart.
If you encounter something indescribable and weird and can keep your wits about you, you may be approached and asked to join Delta Green.
Grab your leather jacket, this week we’re traveling back in time to save the world from the great old ones with FATE Of Cthulhu.
D&D is bigger than ever, according to the latest data gathered from Roll20’s, D&D accounts for more than 60% of their users–these insights and more inside.
Whether you’re playing D&D, Call of Cthulhu, or a generic RPG system there’s always a little room for the great old ones at the table, right?
Chaosium has started their own itch.io store, offering players a new way to get their favorite games–now with a fifty percent discount for a limited time.
A new GUMSHOE game takes a look at one of the inspirations behind the Call of Cthulhu–come check out the King in Yellow RPG.
Harlem Unbound is an award-winning RPG that looks at Cthulhu in the time of Prohibition, specifically in Harlem. Now it’s got a 2nd Edition.