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Haragada and Nostalgi for sale

After an eventful weekend with two releases from Kaleidoskop at the local gaming convention LinCon 2008, both Haragada and Nostalgi are now available for sale on the net. Both games are in Swedish and can be ordered from our website: www.kaleidoskop.se

Haragada is a role-playing game focused on creating interesting stories incorporating powerful people in the decadent desert city of Haragada. The game is the result of a short campaign we played last autumn, which was interesting to such a degree that we thought it would be worth to publish the concepts it embodied. While Andreas was the driving force early in the process, the rest of us soon got involved. Personally, I have written parts of the setting, and I have also edited the text.

Nostalgi is more of a story-telling game in which the players assume the roles of veteran adventurers, who, after a long and dangerous career, have finally settled down to tell tales about their former glory. However, the truth is often not enough to convince grand-children that any given retired adventurer is the greatest of all adventurers, so creative use of imagination (lies) is encouraged. Nostalgi is co-written by myself and Martin. We have vague plans of making a translation to English, but I will not go as far as to actually promise anything.

It feels incredibly good to publish these two games. Not only are they the first of my projects to be printed and sold in this way, but they also constitute an impetus to creativity in general. In short, publishing something makes me want to finish more projects I am currently working on. I am also awed by the power of synergy, which is especially true for Haragada.

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  1. Kalle’s avatar

    I’d translate it, if you’d let me.

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