On the game building front, we've had so much going on in our personal lives lately (sick family members, lay offs, new jobs, job searching, etc.), that something as time consuming as game development has been reduced to a near crawl. We work on our card game and tabletop RPGs when we can, but they've certainly been taken out of the list of priorities, at the moment.
Retro Roleplaying, our monthly YouTube broadcast where we play through old and contemporary games, has been moving along relatively well. Our first adventure, I6 Ravenloft using OSRIC, has been completed for some time and a link can be found on that page of our website. Silver City Chronicles has also been pretty smooth. We have two sessions completed and live, and the last (depending on how quickly the team moves) being live-streamed the first Saturday of November, which is the 5th. We're also talking about holding a quick One-Shot stream on Halloween. We'll keep everyone informed of that.
In other fun news, during a bout of personal illness, I couldn't be kept still and created and old fashioned White Box for a print I did of of the Swords and Wizardry White Box OSR. An excellent update of the rules, not by the original author, can also be found here: White Box. I'll include pictures of the box in the above-mentioned gallery. So far, the box contains: The White Box booklet broken into four separate section - Characters, Magic, Monsters and treasure; a stack of 3x5 note cards for character sheets; five #2 pencils; sharpener; a velvet bag with one set of dice; a small pamphlet listing house rules; another for a new class - The Thief; a small, spiral-bound booklet of graph paper; an additional booklet from Barrel Rider Games outlining a small town, found in their White Box Omnibus and half-sheets of parchment paper covering the Inn, Church, Smithy, and General store for the town. In development for the box is a small, collapsible Referee screen. The box itself is about 10x6x1.5 and holds all of the items beautifully. It's become one of my new favorite pieces.