Crone RPG open beta test going on now

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy
May 30th, 2013
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Crone, the role-playing game put out by Crone RGP, is in open beta test. Go download yourself a copy and get playing.

From the announcement:

Crone RPG, an independent game studio based out of Richmond, CA has launched an open beta for their flagship role-playing game, Crone. Interested players and readers are invited to sign up and download the beta. Players of Crone take on the role of powerful elder witches during the Dark Ages, shortly after the collapse of a mighty empire. Crone RPG seeks to put women at the forefront of their new game, drawing on the often-overlooked history and folklore of ancient and medieval witches. Utilizing a unique, card-based approach to combat and encounter building, Crone is sure to impress both newcomers and die-hard table top gaming fans.

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  • J.L. Duncan

    Tried your site; disliked the beta button.

    Would be much better if you removed all the options, which cue changing a persons browser to AOL or adding a bittorrent engine.

    Does not bode well…

    If their really interested in beta testing perhaps a better format should be adopted.

    BTW: I’m not all that computer savy, but after I clicked the button that promised my start to the beta all I got was a bunch of software… Where is the game content?

  • ErikTheBearik

    First off, I’d like to sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. From your description, it sounds like you ran into trouble on the MediaFire download host site that is hosting our beta. The beta should be contained in a downloaded “ZIP” file, which can be opened and extracted with any free ZIP program like WinZIP or WinRAR.

    I am going to try and send you a direct copy of the beta materials, and again I apologize for the inconvenience.

    If anyone else runs into any difficulty downloading or opening the beta kit, please e-mail me at [email protected]

  • J.L. Duncan

    Thank you Erik,

    Reading through and enjoying the content so far. I appreciate the help. Looks like an interesting game concept.

    When are you guys planning for the release?