Review for “The World Between for Fictive Hack”

I got a review for this book! That delights me.

Martin Ralya says: I rate it an 8/10, with this comment: “I love Old School Hack and Jack Shear’s setting work, so combined and run through Andrew Shields’ take on them they produce an interesting-looking game and world. The game looks like fun, the writing is excellent, and there are tons of things here that could be re-purposed elsewhere. It’s a light system, but savory: It wrings a lot of flavor out of its mechanics.

It’s presented grab-bag style, which is at times a bit frustrating for such a long book; by design, it’s more of a toolkit than a straight-ahead core book — the game describes itself as a grocery store full of ingredients with which to make your own meal. I’d have preferred a bit more organization.”

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2 Responses to Review for “The World Between for Fictive Hack”

  1. Tim D. says:

    Nice! Good things do come to those that wait!

  2. fictivite says:

    I plan to revisit this and update it to implement the wisdom and experience gained now that I’ve played with characters who leveled up into the 30s. One of the top impediments? Many people think it is poorly organized, few have any sort of concrete suggestion for how to organize it better.

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