I want an ARG that revolves around players following really convoluted and needlessly difficult steps, similar to those 1990s video game websites that said you could unlock bomberman in smash bros, or luigi in mario 64.
Hey, remember all those 90s sitcoms where the leading actor is basically just playing a wacky, cartoonishly exaggerated version of themselves, to the point that they don’t even bother to give the character a different name?
Battle Masters (1992) was the big battle miniatures game counterpart to HeroQuest’s introductory dungeon bash. Milton Bradley and Games Workshop collaborated again to fill a large box with plastic Citadel miniatures and kid-friendly rules. Warhammer players bought many copies for the 103 figures, including Imperial knights, foot, and a cannon with crew, vs orcs, goblins, wolf riders, an ogre, Chaos knights, beastmen, plus a 6″ tall polystyrene tower.
I know more than one player who converted the Mohawk-sporting Chaos archers to make Chaos centaurs, and I’ve seen the vinyl map used under WWI aircraft games.