A webapp that loads a virtual gamepad onto a mobile device's display. By interacting with the gamepad via the touchscreen, you play the game. Load the URL into a browser and go to town.
Supports up to four players.
A company that makes cases for the Raspberry Pi that look like classic gaming consoles, like the NES. They sell them through Amazon. I have a few, and they're quite nice.
Infocom games, text adventures, and interactive fiction.
Ripcord is a desktop chat client for group-centric services like Slack and Discord. It provides a traditional compact desktop interface designed for power users. It's not built on top of web browser technology: it responds quickly to input, sips gently from computer resources, and gets out of your way. It does voice chat, too.
Number one feature: "Not made from a web browser."
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Different archetypes of RPG plots.
Steve Jackson Games' official online store.
A utility that, when given a grammar and syllable system, can generate words and phrases in languages that don't yet exist. This is meant as a utility for linguists for studying languages, but I can see applications for gamers, specifically prop-makers.
Somebody wrote up Conspiracy-X rules for Doctor Who! Full of useful information for C-X campaigns.
A store chock-full of C'thuliana, from stickers to shirts to books. Fun to poke around in.
The website for a classic space trading/warfare game called Elite run by one of the original authors. Includes a lot of information and even the novella which was published with the original version.
A wiki full of weird stuff, conspiracy theories, and strange happenings to inspire scenarios in your tabletop or live-action RPG.
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