|Living up to the name|
"Hank" records a steady stream of excellent GM advice delivered in a highly entertaining patter. I recommend his channel without reservation.
Anyway, earlier this year, he started putting out these gaming aids called Index Card RPG Vols. 1 & 2 for his Runehammer Games imprint. These both consist of nice iconic doodles of fantasy RPG stock gameplay elements - things like treasure chests, animated skeletons, mysterious temples, centipedes, mimics, etc.
On his channel, Hank explained in greater detail how he intended that these could be used. The GM could print-and-cut these out and put them on the table to represent elements in play, using card proximity as a simple abstract way of depicting the gamespace. Not really what you'd call an actual RPG, but this was of course a hint for what was to come.
The other shoe has dropped! Hank's follow-up arrived in DriveThru the other day, going by the name of Index Card RPG Core Set.
So what do we have here?