Over at A Kingdom Is..., Abstract Machine has written a short non-review of DayTrippers, and created three highly atypical characters for your perusal. This is a great test of the flexibility of the DayTrippers Character Building rules, and I have to say, I'd run any of these characters! It's possible to imagine a DayTrippers session (or a whole campaign!) for each of them...
David Guyll, co-creator of A Sundered World, has written a review of the DayTrippers GameMasters Guide on his blog, Points of Light. He and co-author Melissa Fisher do seem to be quite pleased with the Generators and narrative structure systems.
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|https://gmshoe.wordpress.com/2015/11/05/qa-tod-foley-daytrippers/ If you're curious about DayTrippers or want to know what else is in the pipeline from As If Productions, check it out. Thanks to Dan Davenport for setting up this event - it was a blast!|
|Legends of Tabletop podcast. The conversation included some of the "hybrid" techniques used in the game, including the YES/NO/AND/BUT action resolution system, progressive character generation, and the stance of the DayTrippers GM midway between trad and narrativism.|
|RPGKnights.com and Games-OnBoard.com has written a review of the DayTrippers Core Rules book, which can be found in his online store. After a little personal conversation in which I asked him for his opinions on the game's reputation for being "intellectual", he was kind enough to write his thoughts down and post them on his blog. Here's an excerpt:|
While working on the DayTrippers GameMasters Guide, I put together an online version of the mission generation system to test the generators in combination. Now I'm sharing it with you. This script (click link below) generates a random Mission, and if required by that Mission, it also generates a random Star, a Planet, a Location and a Lifeform. Infinite worlds await your exploration!