Ten Years of Legerdemain

To celebrate the forthcoming tenth anniversary of Legerdemain 1.0 release, the game’s source code is now up for ransom. The game itself is still free to play, please visit the Downloads tab for details.

You can find out more about the source code ransom here:


The Phenomedom Tourist Division

Roguelikefiction on the Road

So… cheers to all the cool folks we met at Origins last month in Columbus, OH; we had a real blast. Sales of our Legerdemain cluebook package exceeded expectations and we have already sent in a call to our printer here in Atlanta for another run.

Next up is Gen*Con Indy, which runs in Indianapolis from Aug. 5 to 8 and promises to be an even bigger event than Origins. We’ll be in booth #2543 so if you missed us in June drop by and hang out as we peddle our wares and chat about upcoming games and experimental fiction projects we’ve gotten cooking.

Here’s a shot of the booth, with Rabelais holding up the cards and Dr. Zaius holding down the books:

Here’s a shot of Legerdemain’s confused author. I think this was Barley’s, right across the street from Origins.

Dragon*Con pics

Here’s the aftermath of a weary Dragon*Con day. Beer, scotch, and other libations not pictured. Left to right: Nathan Jerpe, Rob Parker, Bill Ward, Jason Waltz

Here’s one of our CFO with the gimp:

Celebration dinner, Korean style:

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