Hamish Cameron

Author's details

Name: Hamish Cameron
Date registered: January 9, 2013

Latest posts

  1. November Metric — July 23, 2017
  2. // take [intel] — July 15, 2017
  3. Hamish del Rol — April 27, 2017
  4. The Taseki Empire — October 10, 2016
  5. The Sprawl on IPR — October 6, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. The Sprawl v.0.2 — 14 comments
  2. Character Creation // Step 0 — 6 comments
  3. The Reporter — 5 comments
  4. Character Creation // Steps 3 & 4 — 4 comments
  5. “Your cyberpunks are no match for my crew” — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Jul 23

November Metric

.. Prepare your datajack for a driveload of global cyberculture, friend. Remix your mind and your DNA with the transhumanists of Tangaroa. Screen yourself from the UV, the corps, and the nanobots in Aotearoa. Swim through the stifling oppression of law and history in the capital of the European Federation. Resist the corporate boot crushing …

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Jul 15

// take [intel]

I’ve started a Twitch stream and a YouTube channel. My goal with this stream is to discuss game design, especially my game designs, through a variety of lenses. I’ll try to organise the videos into appropriate playlists. The first playlist I’ve started is // take [intel] // Game.Stream (embedded below) which will include any video …

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Apr 27

Hamish del Rol

A month or so ago I posted on my Google+ page that I was available for podcasts and Angel Garcia immediately made me put my money where my mouth was. Last week Angel and his co-host Edgar interviewed me live on their YouTube channel Hijos Del Rol (Story Always). They ask questions about my start …

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Oct 10

The Taseki Empire

The Realms of Rothaen is a dark pulp fantasy setting with a modern edge, densely layered with story hooks that will allow groups to tell amazing tales and shape the world. The books will be written for Dungeon World, but will have plenty of scope for adaptation to other systems. The kickstarter is in its …

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Oct 06

The Sprawl on IPR

After a sell-out debut at Gen Con, The Sprawl is back in stock at Indie Press Revolution. IPR stocks the NOON softcover version of the game in a Print+PDF bundle or you can just buy the PDFs on their own. This is the same set of three PDFs you would get on DTRPG: MIDNIGHT, NOON, …

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Jul 14

AAR: Operation Angel Basin Missions

Between May 27 and May 29, a team of four MCs ran a series of linked missions set in a collaboratively generated Sprawl. This was Operation Angel Basin. You can read the initial public pitch here and the discussion of the setup session here. After the setup session on Friday night, the four members of …

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Jul 03

Deploy Physical Assets // Print on Demand is here!

The second round of proofs came in this week and I made them available on Friday. The quality on these latest proofs is the same as the first set (which you might have already seen on Google+ or Facebook), but there are a couple more options. Here’s a rundown of the four versions available. There …

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Jun 10

AAR: Operation Angel Basin Setup

Between May 27 and May 29, a team of four MCs ran a series of linked missions set in a collaboratively generated Sprawl. This was Operation Angel Basin. Here’s the initial public pitch. I had a couple of goals for this project. The first was to play a series of linked games, something which my …

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Apr 23

Operation Angel Basin

Reports are emerging from Los Angeles of advance planning for a series of ops at the end of May, code name: Operation Angel Basin. Initial reports were sparse: Operation Angel Basin is a series of linked missions set in a neon and chrome cyberpunk Sprawl. In this setup session we will collaboratively create the Sprawl …

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Apr 05

CyberKittens: Project Bakeneko

INCOMING INTEL // Project Bakeneko // Run report.. Their first mistake was to think they could tame the soul of a cat. Their second mistake was to imagine they could improve it. Their third mistake was to believe what they were experimenting on were still cats. Their last mistake was not quite closing the cage …

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