The advent of cell phones, netbooks, laptops, and tablet computers has revolutionized tabletop RPG gaming. Where once we had stacks of three-hole-punched, college rule paper with notes, character illustrations, and loot, we now have apps, websites, and subscription services to maintain our games.
So, which apps are the best of the best?
Billed as the app to help you “remember everything,” Evernote allows you to capture snippets of text, pictures, and other inspiration for quick and easy access. Catalog everything from monster stats to character portraits!
Have a player who chronically forgets her character sheet? Scan it and upload to DropBox! This slick service allows you to save files to a central location and access from your smartphone, computer, or tablet anywhere you’ve got an Internet connection. She’ll never be without again!
I don’t run 4e, but – if I did – I’d use Masterplan to do it. Detail your entire campaign, organizing all elements of your game in one place! From initiative order to world building fiddly bits, you can rely on Masterplan to keep your game streamlined.
Use your iPhone to ROLL ALL THE DICE. You won’t regret it.