Repost: Kids On Bikes Review, Part 1

It’s the cozy, spooky, restless time of year known as autumn and many people may want to harness that feeling at their gaming table. Whether you’re excited for the send half of Stranger Things Season 4, rooting for the heroes of Hocus Pocus 2, or going back to a Halloween favorite from the past, then Kids On Bikes is the game for you. I wrote this review way back in 2019 so please excuse any quaintly optimistic worldviews…

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Kids On Bikes Review, Part 2

Last time we looked at Kids On Bikes we focused on characters and collaborative worldbuilding. This is how things look from the players’ side of the table and is an important part of the game, but today we want to look at the other half of the equation. What tools does the game provide for GMs (on or off bikes)?

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Kids On Bikes Review, Part 1

Kids getting in over their heads with some crazy adventure is a genre that has too many classic examples to really list: Stand By MeThe GooniesE.T.JumanjiZathura, and Home Alone just start the list. Then, of course, there are the recent series Stranger ThingsThe OA, and Runaways which all combine the kid/teen model with the sort of obsessive binge-watching we all know and love today. If you want to harness that sort of power at your gaming table, then Kids On Bikes is the game for you.

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