Tag: one-page adventure

February 11, 2013

What Lies Beneath

While the weekend proved to be packed to the brim with anything but gaming, I did get a chance last thing on Sunday (while watching an episode of ‘Selfridge’) to get to work on a One-Page Adventure. I’m not 100% certain whether watching the TV at the same time as writing necessarily assisted in my progress, but I don’t think it did any major harm! […]

August 20, 2012

Voltari’s Respite

Yesterday, after spending most of the day scribbling, scrawling, drawing and fretting, I published a one-page encounter. Voltari’s Retreat isn’t a replacement for Stench of the Sea by any means, just something to tide people over while I finish my work. Aaron McLin made a couple of very relevant points over at Google+ about Voltari’s Retreat. Firstly, the text should say garderobe, without the ‘U’. […]

August 19, 2012

Voltari’s Retreat

While I continue to work on Stench of the Sea, I have tinkered with ways to create quick and simple maps. Right now, I find I get maximum creativity and quickest results using a Sharpie and a packet of sticky notes. I have some stickies bigger than the ‘standard’ size and some smaller – and, combined, they let me outline an area on the big ones, […]