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Roll Camera! The Filmmaking Board Game + B-Movie Expansion (Official Scripted)
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Aug 11, 2019 @ 9:17am
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Roll Camera! The Filmmaking Board Game + B-Movie Expansion (Official Scripted)

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Fully scripted mod for Roll Camera! The Filmmaking Game and the B-Movie Expansion by Malachi Ray Rempen and Keen Bean Studio. Scripting by the fantastic Mike Belsole.

Buy Roll Camera! here so I can continue to make cool games: http://store.keenbean.studio
18 Comments
MulderVHS May 23, 2023 @ 9:58pm 
Just got my copy in, thanks again Mal. Going to use TTS to teach some of my work from home editors!
Mal  [author] Mar 17, 2023 @ 7:23am 
@Quentcat - I might add those whenever I get around to adding the Story Packs
Quentcat Mar 6, 2023 @ 9:17am 
Will you have the optional cute "dressing" tokens ?
Mal  [author] Nov 23, 2022 @ 4:07am 
@Veitus - you have to be sure you choose your player color first, otherwise it gets confused
Veitus Nov 4, 2022 @ 6:43am 
Hey there,
i just wanne to try this game solo. and i can´t choose a player character (random or by choose). is this a problem already known? solo / without b-movie expansion / without company goals
cheapdetective Jun 20, 2022 @ 2:09pm 
Mal - thanks for creating an awesome co-op game.Theme and mechanics mesh wonderfully, and is great fun - nice change from co-op games focussed on survival, etc. Thanks also for the TTS implementation, really appreciated.
Mal  [author] Mar 24, 2022 @ 1:38am 
@Taras - yes, the B-Movie Expansion will be fully implemented with rules. @Frogshackle - when it was me doing the mod I wanted the dice snapping on the grid but it made set piece tile placement impossible. I'll ask the guy I'm working with now if he knows of a solution.
Frogshackle Dec 9, 2021 @ 12:13pm 
The dice snapping in this is really great except for placement on set pieces (where there is no snapping) - sometimes it's a bit wonky and a die is at a weird angle that interferes with another one. A solution to this would be a large invisible snapping grid laid over the entire set area - that way it wouldn't matter which set pieces were in play, the dice would still lock into whatever space they were placed.

Anyway, that's my only complaint to what is otherwise an excellent recreation of the board game.
TarasRex Nov 11, 2021 @ 8:14am 
Will there be rules for the B-Movie Expansion?
TarasRex Oct 16, 2021 @ 9:17am 
This game is very fun to play. Thanks for making it. Although it would be much better IRL. I can't find the place to buy it with not so high prices.