Time For Another Round
We’re up to our eyeballs in awesome stuff we dig up weekly for the Haste podcast, and there’s never enough time in the day to reach out to each and every one of them to tell them “hey, this is awesome!” So just like last year, we’re calling on you guys to go out and tell us what the coolest things are that have helped your game this year.
We’re looking for things that are changing the way tech and tabletop mingle together, and who better to tell us than all of you!
How It Works
You fill out the quick form below telling us exactly who or what it is that you think is innovating tech in RPG’s these days. Just give us a reason why, a weblink and some contact info if you’ve got it and… well that’s it! We’ll be taking your nominations for two weeks, up until July 12th. At which point we’ll be judging our entries and deciding our winner on August 1st. We will be presenting the winner during our “How Technology Is Changing RPG’s” panel at Gencon 2013 (SEM1346518).
The winner will take home a fancy schmancy, heavyweight, engraved glass award for their innovation in our glorious industry of role playing games! Winner need not be present to accept the award, however we’d really love it if they would be able to come up and say a few words or speak during our panel. If that’s not the case however, we’ll be sure it gets to them asap! So without further adieu…
A Quick Word On Nominations
We’re really focusing on innovation here, and for that reason I think we should provide a little emphasis on what we’re looking for. Examples:
Good: A great new mobile app that’s helped during your gaming sessions.
Bad: A new forum for online play by post games.
It’s not that things like PbP forums are a bad idea, it’s just that they’ve been done before. Is there a way someone is revolutionizing PbP games? If that’s the case, then definitely nominate them! Also please don’t think that example make you think we’re limiting this to things like apps only. Anyone or anything that is blending the way tech is shaping RPG’s is a candidate – publishers, developers, projects, etc. Lastly you may nominate yourself!