RPPR Episode 175: Itch.io

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Synopsis: Itch.io is an indie game storefront that has recently expanded to physical games like RPGs and card games. As a competitor to DrivethruRPG, Itch.io has attracted a variety of indie tabletop games, including ones that you can’t find on DrivethruRPG. Kyle from Best Pal Brigade, David, and I talk about the tabletop PDF marketplace and review a bunch of games:

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  3 comments for “RPPR Episode 175: Itch.io

  1. Bryan Rombough
    March 30, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    Heh, first time I heard about itch.io was during the Emotional Mecha Jam; which is where Dusk to Midnight came from (and I think I actually read about it on G+ first).

    And I would definitely be interested in an episode about the drivethrurpg “guilds”.

  2. Dan Noland
    April 3, 2020 at 10:41 pm

    Sign me up for critique of RPG publishing “guilds”.

  3. Ken R
    April 22, 2020 at 1:23 pm

    Likewise, I’d be really interested in an analysis of the DriveThru guilds. Comparing and contrasting them with some of the open license agreements would also be helpful.

    Great overview on itch.io, and these games all sounded excellent. Crash Pandas seems like a great one-shot game.

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