Hamish Cameron

Analogue Game Designer / Lecturer, Ardens Ludere / Victoria University of Wellington

Hamish Cameron is a writer, game designer, and ancient historian in the Classics Programme at the Victoria University of Wellington. As a designer, he is best known for The Sprawl (2016), a Powered by the Apocalypse TRPG of mission-based cyberpunk action now translated into several languages, and Dinosaur Princesses (2019), an ENnie award winning all-ages story game of cooperation and collaborative problem solving, both published under his game design imprint, Ardens Ludere. He is currently working on TRPGs about cannibalism, super spies, and Roman cosmic horror and a board game about the Romano-Parthian borderlands

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