Indie RPG Awards... Any candidates in the Fudge community?
- Hey all- Andy Kitkowski here, longtime FATE lurker, with the Indie RPG
The awards have gone live ( www.rpg-awards.com ), and registration is open
for independently-published games that were published in 2003. So first, I'd
like to point a big fat finger at Rob and Fred and say, "Register FATE.
After FATE, though, does anyone know of any other Fudge-based complete RPGs
that were published in 2003? If so, please let me know, preferably off-list
(feel free to contact me through the form at
On top of that, I'd like to dip my toe into "off topic land", and politely
request to the fan community on this site that, if you guys know anyone who
independently published an RPG in 2003, to please contact them and point
them to my site. I'm looking to get as many different people and products
involved as humanly possible.
In the end, the Indie RPG Awards are voted on by industry peers only;
there's no public voting. However, you can still support your favorite Indie
games by egging on your favorite designers to submit their games or to
register as Peer Voters. The awards will go for the next couple of months,
and the awards themselves will be presented live at GenCon Indy this year.
And Rob: R.E.G.I.S.T.E.R. Pretty Please. :-)
- On Wed, 02 Jun 2004, J. Andrew Kitkowski wrote:
> The awards have gone live ( www.rpg-awards.com ), and registration is openYes sir right away sir
> for independently-published games that were published in 2003. So first, I'd
> like to point a big fat finger at Rob and Fred and say, "Register FATE.
> NOW." :-)
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