I like there to be a point. The forums' free CC-licensed minis are collected on OneMonk's site. Use 2x3 pieces as bases. I'm going to put a big compendium of my own ideas about worldbuilding here. However, in FebruaryWhedon announced that he would no longer be involved with the project.
Many are free, meaning you can download and print them to your heart's content.
The so-called Germ's World site has some very nice 25mm scale paper mini modern buildingsSF buildings and dungeons as well as lots of other nice models and galleries.
If we let this get out and balloon into something that mattered to anybody besides us, we might not finish it. There are tons and tons of flavor and setting information here.
I'm not totally enamored of the One Roll mechanic -- it doesn't seem to resolve things any faster than rolling the dice multiple times would, and sets seem hard to get -- but then, I've only played it a tiny bit.
Lots of neat ideas here: There's a blog devoted to solo tabletop gaming called the Solo Nexus. I give Penn a lot of credit for wrangling this story into shape. On Ars Ludi, a really intriguing experiment in sandbox-style worldbuilding: Better Days also spanned three issues,  and was written by Whedon and Brett Matthews.
They have their own voice, their own identity, their own history. The biggest local game convention is Con of the North. It's a pretty straightforward system, at least in the first edition I haven't seen the second edition yetbut it also looks like quite a solid one. They keep the same hand, though.
Some of the mechanics were good, such as armor values, but others were just silly, and the whole career section of the game was really very poorly written. Last but not least is the RPG Registrywhich has postings from people looking for all kinds of games: Danger Dice encourage players to describe the hazards of what they're attempting, and Threats can range from "Martian Slime-Beast's Thirteen Tentacles" to "Ennui over bitter divorce".
The Stars Our Decimationa great downloadable hard SF starship combat game with quite realistic physics and excellent artwork.
Another good site is Nearbygamers. There isn't much player interaction, but turns are fast, so it's not a big drawback. John Ross, he of Risus fame and Nightcat. An extremely cool two-player game of World War I aerial combat.
Although I haven't read the series, it seems like Peter K.
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I enjoyed it too, even though a lot of the cultural references were things I am unfamiliar with (like Japanese anime robots). But the basic plot engine, the ideas driving the story, worked great and made for a compelling read.
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