😊 Eric Nieudan @ 2019-06-15 17:33:58
No one knows what SWORDDREAM (or *dream) is yet. Here is your chance to help shape the movement by taking part in this game jam in July. The guidelines are pretty vague, so you can pretty much make whatever you feel like. My entry will be a B/X setting where space orcs are invading a bronze age world with their superior tech, monotheistic memes, and raw buying power. I want to make a 80s Saturday morning cartoon with D&D. You can sign up right now, but the jam is 1st-29th July. https://itch.io/jam/dreamjam
😊 Anne Hunter @ 2019-06-16 03:00:55
I dunno if I'd call myself a SWORDDREAMer, but I will say, their guidelines make them sound like the kind of people I'd probably feel comfortable around.
😊 Eric Nieudan @ 2019-06-16 10:30:25
You can be an anythingDREAMer! =)
😊 Aaron Griffin @ 2019-06-16 13:32:34
I'm actually a little confused by this post. It says that you should create _content_ for a game and then goes on to suggest hacks as well as using a few games that don't really accept "content" in the same way that the D&D-alikes do. So what is this? Is it a place for dungeons and random tables, or is it a way to get people together with like minds making anything they want?
😊 Eric Nieudan @ 2019-06-17 09:14:29
I think it's more of an anything you want vibe. I see it as work-like-the-osr, but for any type of game and content. Some people are going to come in with indie gamer sensibilities, making cute or scary games that are self contained, some people will bring OSR compatible-with-all-elfgames plugin content. The point is not to let anything constrain us.

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