Gen Con 2010 Reflections
Now that Gen Con is done, it’s time to offer up some final thoughts, experiences, and, of course, games.
One of the best areas to walk around at Gen Con is the art show. This is always fun for me, because I honestly don’t follow artists that much, so sometimes I stumble upon someone really famous whose work I’ve never seen before or who I’ve never heard of. Unfortunately, since the artwork is the artist’s main product, I really can’t reproduce it here without getting into all kinds of messy copyright issues. Fortunately, what I can do is link to the websites of some that I found most enjoyable:
- Doug Kovacs (my favorite picture)
- Jeff Himmelman (my favorite picture)
- Studio Rayyan (my favorite picture – bottom right, although top left is also good)
Still More Games
While I covered some fun pulp roleplaying games in yesterday’s post, I didn’t get around to talking some fun games of other types. One publisher that I’d like to discuss is Slugfest Games, which has a wide assortment of card and board games which have a pulp feel to them. The one that I demoed this year was Kung Fu Fighting, a card game in which you play a series of karate moves.