cyberpunk

Interview with Hamish Cameron


This week we take a short break from Arcus to have a chat with Hamish about his game The Sprawl; a mission focused cyberpunk heist game.
Well also talk about game design competitions, cyber-fantasy, and some of Hamish’s upcoming projects.
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The Sprawl: The CTF Job part 2

“You think your op went bad? You haven’t seen a bad op.

A bad op is when you’ve got 6 meters of concrete and steel to cut through and a broken thermal lance.

A bad op is when you’ve got A+++ mil-spec servers to crack and your psycho team mate just popped two in the back of your only hacker.

A bad op is walking into a corps local HQ without scoutin’ it first.

That’s a fuck’n bad op.”

Part 2 of the Sprawl, and the conclusion. Thank you to Brandon for running this game for us. You can find part 1 here.
And thanks to Alex and Ryan from Rag-NERD-Rok for joining us for this as well.
Hopefully we’ll make it back to the Rio-megaplex one day.

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Farewell from the past.

The Sprawl: The CTF Job Part 1

“Welcome to the Rio sprawl shitbird. I ain’t got time to expalin every little fuck’n thing to you, so let’s keep this short.

The Church is strong here, every gang has connection to ’em some how.
The cops are just as likely to scam you as pass you by.
If you need something special, hit up Nicomedia.
If you get grabbed by the RBEH-BFPC, money is your best way out, and I pay the shits. You don’t want to end up on one of their farms.

Oh yeah, one last thing. If you see a man of the cloth; don’t fuck with them. Some sins are unforgivable.”

Recently Brandon (a friend of the podcast) ran a two parter of The Sprawl for us; a powered by the Apocalypse cyberpunk game. It got weird quite fast when we were designing the Megaplex we call home. Alex and Ryan, from Rag-NERD-Rok, joined us for this as well.
Find part 2 here.

If you enjoyed this please share it with others, sharing is the best thing you can do to help grow the podcast!
If you’d like to listen to more of our content you can check us out on wordpress, or soundcloud.
You can also get the latest news about up coming podcasts and projects by following us on twitter, joining our new G+ community, or liking us on facebook.
If you have any feed back or requests, or even just want to say hello, feel free to leave a comment on any of our social media pages. You can also email us at insertquesthere@gmail.com.

Farewell from the past.

Raymond’s Entry In March’s Writing Challenge!

Managed to smash this one out before the start of 3BIAB. I think it’s pretty solid, a little short than what I usually write.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it. And hope it inspires you to write something of your own.


 

Matrix Garden

The silent pulsing yellow and red light was all that illuminated the surrounds. A black concrete room lined with server banks. The frozen air and ceramic dust float through the breached hole in the roof. Crop-sec had figured that the gang of intruders had been trying to loot the vault for cash. That was simply payment. Peering down into the server room from the vault above was ring of five heavily armed and well equipped thieves. The server data was the mark.

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Eclipse Phase: Fast Extraction.


This week we’ve got a nice short Eclipse Phase scenario that i just sort of whacked together. It’s a Martian Train heist, to kidnap a Jovian VIP. there are some references to our eCOPse phase games(new one in may).
If you’d rather watch the live stream than listen to it, you can find it HERE.

This is only the second game I’ve ever run online. I’ve played in a couple of online games lately and it removes some of the scheduling issues of a normal in person TTRPG run. This was probably the most linear scenario I’ve ever run, and the shortest; in spite of that i kinda loved it. I hope to run more online games in the future.

If you want to play in one of our online games: like us on facebook, follow us on WordPress, Soundcloud, and Twitter. I’ll try and run an online game every month, and they will be announced on those platforms…maybe we should do a mailing list as well?

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Farewell from the past, I’m Raymond.