Spycraft 2.0

Spycraft 2.0 and related systems.

Hip Deep in Awesome

Been quiet for a while but far from idle - tons accomplished on upcoming products for Fantasy Craft, Spycraft 2.0, World on Fire, and the long-awaited Ten Thousand Bullets. News on the closest of them soon, plus details about a really fun licensed product that's been brewing. In the meantime, check out these sites for the latest and greatest Crafty Games coverage (it's like we're newsworthy or something).

Robot Viking: Interview with Alex Flagg and Patrick Kapera (plus a Fantasy Craft review)
Ikosa Magazine: Fantasy Craft preview (in French)
Life and Times of a Phillipine Gamer: First impressions and practical game examples (sample characters, NPCs, and worlds, plus a visual guide to the descriptive armor rules)

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Version 1.0: Last Updated September 1, 2009


Fantasy Craft is an OGL product. Doesn’t the OGL already let me make Fantasy Craft products?
While it’s true that much of Fantasy Craft is available through the OGL, the intellectual property and trade dress is not. Also, note that Section 7 of the OGL states: “You agree not to indicate compatibility or co-adaptability with any Trademark or Registered Trademark in conjunction with a work containing Open Game Content except as expressly licensed in another, independent Agreement with the owner of such Trademark or Registered Trademark.” The Powered by Licenses are perfect examples of “independent Agreements” with us, allowing you to use the special “Powered by” logos and say your products are compatible with ours.


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