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Submitted by DJZed 459d ago | review

Knights of Pen & Paper Review | GameDynamo

GameDynamo - "The tabletop elements in KoPP are apparent from the moment you start the game up. Upon starting, you are taken to a table with a gamemaster on one side and a bunch of empty chairs on the other. These chairs are filled by selecting from a group of random characters ranging from a hipster, a business man, an alien, and more, pairing them with a time-honored RPG class (warrior, mage, cleric, etc.)." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Knights of Pen & Paper) 83/100

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