Check out these WR&M reviews!

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Recently a few more reviews of WR&M have been released. The first has been written by Ina Vegt of the “Tales of the Swampwitch’s Adventures” blog. Some while ago she already reviewed the 4-paged version of the game and now she picked up the revised version to give it another look. Here’s an excerpt from her review:

All in all, this is an improvement over the old version of WR&M, but the new things aren’t really ground shaking, and the differences are minor. It’s free, so if you enjoy WR&M, or think you might enjoy it, you should pick it up.

The second one has been written by Will Hopkins of Creatively Anomalous. His support and comments to WR&M actually helped me a lot when I was working on the revised edition. He also included “From the Imperial Forges” in his review. Here’s what he has to say about the game:

At the astonishing price of $0, you can’t afford not to pick up both WR&M and From the Imperial ForgesWR&M makes a great game for experienced and new roleplayers alike, and there is something attractive about the DIY nature of the game.  It’s certainly a polished product, but it still feels like something a bunch of friends cooked up together.  I can’t give a much higher recommendation than that.

Thanks for the reviews, Ina and Will!

4 thoughts on “Check out these WR&M reviews!”

    1. Oops, sorry I knew I have forgotten something when I posted this earlier today. Trust me that was not intentional just my brain not working properly. It's the age, you know!

  1. It should be mentioned, that "Nundahl's last blog" for the Old School Unboxing of Dark Sun wasn't written by me, it's just own our site so it automatically pulled that. But it is a great one.

  2. Thanks for the kind words about my kind words! Seriously, WR&M has become my go-to fantasy game. My friends love it, and so do I. Keep up the awesome work!

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