Issue 3 - August 2016
Issue 3 of A Random Encounter explores the work and interests of Patrick Stuart, whose False Machine blog has been a source of inspiration and entertainment since 2011. Patrick is the writer of Deep Carbon Observatory, a frequent collaborator with Scrap Princess, and is the Silver ENnie Award-winning co-writer of Maze of the Blue Medusa. In this issue we cover a lot of different aspects of Patrick's work and interests, what he enjoys about games and more. The interview is backed up by some outstanding art from Scrap Princess and Jeremy Duncan. 34 interior pages, with colour covers.
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Issue 2 - April 2016
Issue 2 of A Random Encounter looks at Chris McDowall, creator of Into The Odd. We explore Chris's early forays into RPGs, the development of Into The Odd, his approach to game design and a lot more. Jonny Gray has produced an amazing colour cover, and the issue also features great art by Kathryn Jenkins and Anxious P. inspired by the setting of Into The Odd. 22 interior pages, with colour covers.
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Issue 1 - February 2016
Issue 1 of A Random Encounter focuses on David McGrogan, aka noisms, whose blog Monsters and Manuals was the starting point for one of 2015's indie RPG success stories, Yoon-Suin. We talk about how Dave got into games, the origins of Yoon-Suin, his creative process and a lot more. Matthew Adams has produced an amazing colour cover, and the issue features more art by Matt, Kelvin Green and me. 22 interior pages, colour cover and a back page advert for something called Oddpool.