The Hex Ficton is the fictional setting where Hobomancer, M-Force, Weird Times at Charles Fort High, and numerous other games published by Hex Games take place. We often describe the Hex Ficton as a world that’s like our own, but vastly weirder. This list provides some insight into how weird it is. You can learn more at the Hex Ficton page."10 Fun Facts About The Hex Ficton"
Three of Hex Games’ most prolific creators have launched Kickstarter campaigns as part of the Zine Quest 2 event. Given that some of the earliest Hex products were released in zine format (even though we didn’t call them zines), it’s kind of to be expected. We’ve helpfully provided the basic info, end dates, and Kickstarter links below so you can make sure you don’t miss out. Them’s Monsters by Joshua LH Burnett Kickstarter Ends February…"Hex Games Does Zine Quest 2"
Most gaming sites have names like “Dungeon Monkeys” or “Narrative Pomposity,” so you may wonder where “Death Cookie” came from. Or maybe you don’t. You’re about to find out anyway. Although we didn’t buy the domain until around 2000, the name goes all the way back to the late 90s. Back then, both the Death Cookie and the Hex Games website were subdirectories of my Mindspring account. There was a little squiggle in the URL…"How the Death Cookie Got Its Name"