Coming Soon from GG!
May04

Coming Soon from GG!

Free RPG Day is just around the corner, on Saturday, June 17th! Goodman Games is proud to be a sponsor again this year, and we’ve got a special treat in store for everyone. At long last, the Dungeon Crawl Classics quick start rules! Including two adventures: the enduring classic Portal Under the Stars for new players. Plus in a flip-book format, an all-new level 1 adventure, Gnole House by Michael Curtis, inspired by the works...

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Win A Trip To GenCon 2017!
May03

Win A Trip To GenCon 2017!

Do you like to run games? Are you a fan of Dungeon Crawl Classics? Have you ever wanted to attend GenCon for free? Well, Goodman Games is bringing all of these things together for THREE lucky people! Everyone who runs a registered DCC event as a part of our Road Crew in June is automatically entered into our contest to represent Goodman Games at GenCon as a part of our crew! It doesn’t matter if you run one game or one hundred games...

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Our Odyssey Has Ended!
May01

Our Odyssey Has Ended!

Odyssey Con in Madison, Wisconsin has once again come and passed! Dice tumbled, fortunes were won and lost, heroes won gloriously and died bravely, and a Scottish homunculus should have been a touch more respectful when addressing mighty Sezrekan: Odyssey Con 2017 was quite an event. Big thanks to all the players who made the scene. Many new folks were introduced to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics, and we’re thrilled to have...

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Goodman Games Again Sponsors Gamehole Rodneys Adventure Design Competition!
Apr28

Goodman Games Again Sponsors Gamehole Rodneys Adventure Design Competition!

Goodman Games is once again partnering with Gamehole Con (Nov. 2-5 in Madison, WI) to sponsor the Rodney Awards! This year the winner gets $100 and a hand crafted award created by Albion Swords with the winner’s name inscribed on it. As well as the chance to get published! Last year, Dan won with his adventure Choon the Unspeakable! Do not delay! The deadline for entry is September 9th, 2017. All submissions are to be emailed...

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Join Us On This Odyssey
Apr27

Join Us On This Odyssey

We are always trying to introduce new folks to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics. The best way to do this is by having folks sit down and play the game, and that’s exactly what we plan to do. This weekend, join Judge Brendan LaSalle at the following locations: Odyssey Con, April 28-30, Madison, WI Pegasus Games, Madison, WI Sunday 4/30 starting at 3:00 PM Brendan will be running events for any and all who want to join him for some...

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GaryCon T-Shirts Now Available!
Apr26

GaryCon T-Shirts Now Available!

Some things never go out of style. At Gary Con we premiered our new “Atari” style shirts. Show your love for Dungeon Crawl Classics with this vintage cartridge design! We have some tees left over from Gary Con and they’re now available for sale on our web site. Buy now while your size is still in...

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Lankhmar Ends Tonight! The Final Countdown!
Apr25

Lankhmar Ends Tonight! The Final Countdown!

Well, now that we have that song stuck in your head… It’s the tail-end of the Lankhmar Kickstarter! There is no time to wait. You have hours to get in on the goodness that is Fritz Leiber’s masterpiece brought to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics. We are rapidly approaching every stretch goal for the campaign, but we need your help to get to them all! We want to send Michael Curtis to Houston to research! We want...

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Adventures in Fiction: Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, and the Origin of Sword-and-Sorcery Stories
Apr24

Adventures in Fiction: Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, and the Origin of Sword-and-Sorcery Stories

Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, and the Origin of Sword-and-Sorcery Stories by James Maliszewski In the May 1961 issue of the fantasy fanzine Amra, future stalwart of Appendix N, Michael Moorcock, wrote a letter to the editor in which he proposed the term “epic fantasy” for the literary genre pioneered by Robert E. Howard in his stories of Conan the Cimmerian. In the July issue of that same year, however, Fritz Leiber offered another...

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We Want You! World Tour 2017 Update
Apr22

We Want You! World Tour 2017 Update

Do you have the chops to be a part of our Road Crew? Interested in a doing a little directed damage? We have stores out there that want to get into carrying more Games of Goodman – Dungeon Crawl Classics, Metamorphosis Alpha, Xcrawl, et. al. – and are looking for folks to run DCC in their shops.  We can’t be everywhere, so we look to THEE, Oh Mighty Ones! If you are in range of any of the shops listed below, and feel like...

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Delving Into Judge’s Guild
Apr21

Delving Into Judge’s Guild

The Judges Guild Collector’s Edition has made a huge splash. It is the biggest RPG book ever published and is a unique book in the history of the industry. It is both a wonderful resource for gamers, and a detailed documentation in the rise of the role-playing community. At the recent GAMA Trade Show, Goodman Games showed off the book to retailers, and got a very positive reaction. Joseph Goodman has recorded a video describing the...

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North Texas RPG Event Registration
Apr20

North Texas RPG Event Registration

The time has come to get your events in order. Event registration is now open for the North Texas RPG Convention! We’ve got a lot of things happening at the show, and we don’t want you to miss out. Check out the event grid, and then get on over to their website and get signed up for them. (Do note that you have to be registered for at least one day of the convention to sign up for an event.) North Texas RPG Con is always a...

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Judge’s Guild Comes to Order
Apr19

Judge’s Guild Comes to Order

The time has come to be judged! And by that we mean that at long last the Judge’s Guild Hardcover is now available both through our online store and at your local gaming store! This acclaimed volume collects over 280-pages of material from the original Judge’s Guild publications from the seventies. All of the material has been lovingly restored, and is replicated here at its original size of 11″ x 17″, making...

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