Played Shadow of the Demon Lord last night via Roll 20 with some guys in the US. Quite the experience for various reasons but generally I liked the game.
SotDL is powered by the Apocalypse, if that means anything to you. It really didn't to me until I started reading Dungeon World a few months back. Very neat system based on the original D&D and AD&D but with modern improvements. Much more rules light you would say.
Anyway quite enjoyed the experience. I'd like to know if anyone else has had a chance to play Dungeon World, SotDL or any other game "Powered by the Apocalypse"? What did you think of it and how likely are you to play again?
Playing: Ombre et Lumière [D&D 5th Ed. Really never thought I'd go back!] GMing: Shadow of the Demon Lord Reading: Nothing - No time to read anymore. Pending: Barbarians of Lemuria Hack
I like the low Prep, Emergent Story approach that "Power by the apocalypse" games take, but in some ways it still same a little too gamey to me. Personally one that I think many of the Midnight's Lair crew would like is Spirit of '77, as many of us are old enough to actually remember that Mid-70's to Mid 80's Decade"