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Interview: Stephen A. Turner

From the Parallel Worlds Magazine archive. Stephen A. Turner is the driving force behind the historically-inspired Chivalry & Sorcery roleplaying game. His company, Britannia Games Design, acquired the game in 1999 and launched the 4th edition in 2000. The 5th edition was launched through Kickstarter and came to fruition in…
Angus McNicholl
November 7, 2021

Interview: Bob Salley, creator of Broken Gargoyles

The diesel-punk world of Broken Gargoyles is set in 1925 in an alternative post-war US, where much has been lost and is yet to be rebuilt. It features robots (so far only ‘promo’ bots), peculiar vehicles, architecture with a slightly futuristic spin on Art Deco, as well as imagery familiar…
Yana Koleva
October 30, 2021

Interview: Peter F. Hamilton

In May 2020 we were lucky enough to interview Peter F. Hamilton for the release of his novel Salvation Lost. He’s back this year with a new audiobook: A Hole In The Sky. Chris Cunliffe caught up with him.  Thanks for joining us, Peter! Where did the inspiration for the…
Chris Cunliffe
October 29, 2021

Team spotlight: Chris Cunliffe

In this web series, we introduce some of the contributors to Parallel Worlds. This month it’s Chris Cunliffe. Hey Chris. What’s your role with Parallel Worlds?  Hi everyone! I’m one of the writers: most notably for the GamesMasterClass series, but also some video game material and reviews. What’s been your…
October 18, 2021

Interview: Bill Bridges

Bill Bridges is one of the big names in tabletop gaming. He’s known for his work with White Wolf on Werewolf: The Apocalypse and Mage: The Ascension, not to mention other contributions to the World of Darkness. He’s also worked with Viacom on the computer game Dracula Unleashed and Interplay…
Parallel Worlds
August 30, 2021

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