One of my largest hobbies is the design and playing of games of all sorts, board, card, computer and roleplaying. Over the years I've designed and worked on piles of games in all of those categories both for fun and (more recently) profit. This page has links to many of my gaming projects, both old and new.
D&D 5th Edition : Princes of the Apocalypse
I am currently playing a (heavy) adaptation of Princes of the Apocalypse with my weekly group.
See : Custom rules
I started running a Solo D&D adventure, Curse of the Emerald Elixir, using B/X style rules, in 2018, while on holiday. You can follow it on RPG.net.
See : Custom rules
In the space between the walls of human houses, unseen, Tribes of Hylin mice live by stealing our stuff and tinkering it into inventions of their own. A tabletop RPG of mice and adventure.
Games I've Published
Solipsist is my roleplaying game of self-obsessed reality benders. Solipsist was released in conjunction with BoxNinja games in 2008. I sold 300+ print copies and more in PDF, and the game also had an Italian edition.
Sun Keld was a version of Termite (the first game I ever wrote) based on Dark Sun, which I ran back in the 1990's at University. More recently I re-wrote it from the ground up, ran a very successful 2 year campaign of it, and put the game on my website for you to enjoy.
Other games I've written (or written for)
Pokethulhu is a fantastic roleplaying game available from cumberland games. Is it a parody of Cthulhu? Is it a parody of Pokemon? Is it a parody of cartoon fans? You decide! These are some pages I have written dedicated to Pokethulhu.
Grophland is my highly successful Virtual Pet site, attracting thousands of players from all over the world. Come and have a look.
A selection of scanned maps from a number of my games. If you like my maps I'm willing to do more on commission. Please get in touch to negotiate a fee.
In the past I was a very active player (and playtester) of the Legends of the Five Rings CCG. I was also an active player of Legends of the Burning Sands and Battletech CCGs as well as many others (including, but not limited to, Magic the Gathering, VTES, Dune, Wheel of Time CCG, Netrunner etc).
I ran a game of Ars Magica between 2013 and 2015, the Covenant of the White Stag, which charted the history of a band of Magi trapped in the Supernal realms. We played around once a month, but eventually scheduling conflicts brought the game to an early halt.
Tanaloth was the setting for a GURPS game that I ran between 2001 and 2005. It was a quasi-medieval quasi-dark ages game with a very religious theme to it. The pages here outline the background to the game and also a fair chunk of the custom rules that I wrote.
Telida was a long running GURPS game run by Paul Myers, which I played between 1996 and 1998. In fact it was my inspiration for running the Tanaloth game (above) when the Telida game finished. Maybe that's why they both have names starting with T? Paul's game attracted just the right sort of players for a massive web presence. We wrote diaries of all the things we did, kept track of every NPC and every event, drew maps, wrote up our character's fighting styles and histories, and put it all in the website maintained by George Smith. Sadly the website no longer exists.
I do still have a few pages left from the game, note, these are all old page not updated in years
Termite was a home-brew system that I designed at secondary school and ran for my friends all the way into the first few years of university in 1993-1994. It is a world where the PC's are insects and rodents and everything is different from what we know. Termite is not a game that I am currently running, but I have had many campaigns in the past ranging from single sessions to multiple years. The page (above) has some details about the game and character diaries from some games that I ran.
Rokugan 2000 : The Scorpion's Sting
This was a LARP that I ran at Conpulsion 2001 in Edinburgh. The LARP was based on the amazing Rokugan 2000 world/fanfic (its a fanfic but it deserves to be a world or a game in its own right) by Rich Wulf. To learn more of Rokugam 2000 take a look at its website.