Ardacious and Chaosium to bring Call of Cthulhu and RuneQuest to Ardent Roleplay, an Augmented Reality Mobile App

Chaosium and Ardacious, an Australian game development company, have partnered to bring Call of Cthulhu and RuneQuest to role players through augmented reality.

Ardent Roleplay, the company’s mobile companion app for tabletop role playing games, will allow players to experience virtual miniatures of animated settings, characters, creatures and interactive objects.

The app is free to download on iOS and Android. A sample scenario, ‘The Haunting’ from Chaosium’s free Call of Cthulhu quick start guide, is available now in the Ardent Roleplay mobile app. More RuneQuest and Call of Cthulhu content will be released later in the year.

Michael O’Brien from Chaosium said they’re excited to have their games supported by Ardent Roleplay. “Miniatures add a different dimension to RPGs, and this app makes them now accessible for online play,” he said

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