|Annalise Eternal Tears PDF|
BUNDLE PRICE: $5.00
A dark-haired woman, staring out of stained glass, watching faces form in the rain.
An ancient evil, unearthed for the first time since antiquity, re-learning the limits of its power.
A hero, noble and pious, unable to accept the responsibility that is his birthright.
A child, shedding a single tear while waiting for her mother to return.
Two lovers, intertwined in a bower, each speckled with red, red blood.
The Vampire is out there. You are it’s enemies, its lovers and its servants. How will you confront the da...
|Happy Birthday, Robot!|
BUNDLE PRICE: $8.00
Happy Birthday, Robot! is a storytelling game for families and classrooms. Players take turns writing the story of Robot's birthday.
You never know how many words you'll get to write. How much can you say in four words? How much can your friends add in just three?
What will Robot's birthday be like? Will Robot meet new friends? Go to outer space? You decide, one roll at a time!
This book contains the complete rules for how to play. Requires 10-15 dice, 20 coins, a notebook, and a pencil or pen.
3-5 Players * 30-45 Minutes * Ages 10+
40 pages, PDF, full color interior, 8.5"x8.5"
Written and Designed by Daniel Solis. Illustrations by Rin Aiello.
|Labyrinths & Lycanthropes|
BUNDLE PRICE: $6.00
A RPG of Loot & Legends!
A game like no other!
Gather your friends and embark on an epic quest for gold, glory, fame and fortune! Play badass adventurers, travel a fantastical land, meet interesting creatures and kill them. They were evil anyway.
Let humour be your hammer and chuckles your chainmail as you plunge into the alliteration addled world of L&L. Keep the snacks coming, the drink flowing and laugh until a little bit of wee comes out.
L&L needs next to no preparation time, you can be up and running in a matter of minutes.
Random labyrinth generation and a rotating GM puts the GAME back into RPG.
Rediscover the fun of no nonsense monster bashing!
Labyrinths & Lycanthropes - because other dungeon c...
BUNDLE PRICE: $3.00
Remember Tomorrow is a quick and dirty near-future "cyberpunk" game written by Gregor Hutton (Three Sixteen and Best Friends) with a cover from illodeli.com by Jon Hodgson. It's a framework for making near-future stories, now, reflecting the short fiction and novels of Gibson, McAuley, Noon et al.
Remember Tomorrow is a role-playing game set in the near future. Look at the world today, now flash it forward twenty minutes into the future. Sky Cars: Check. Memory Couriers: Check. Everything Else: Slightly Changed, huh, how about that?
Remember Tomorrow is set in a place called Somewhere. Maybe it was once Glasgow, Milan, Reno, Auckland or Hong Kong. Everywhere in the world is Somew...
|The Dance and the Dawn|
BUNDLE PRICE: $1.00
This game tells a fable of three Ladies who came upon the Ice Queen’s court and danced with four Lords, all in the pursuit of the One True Love that could yield happiness.
The conclusion of that fable is up to you.
A fantasy fable of dance and romantic tragedy at the Islands of Ash and Ice
by FGJ Games
in partnership with ndp design
The Dance and the Dawn is a romantic fairy tale game wherein you play Ladies as they attempt to discover their One True Love.
One player plays the part of the Narrator (and will control the Duke and Queen, as well as several Lords), and the other ...
|Time & Temp: Paperless Office Edition|
BUNDLE PRICE: $7.00
Adventure awaits you in the exciting field of temporary staffing!
Time & Temp is a game of time travel and underemployment for 3 to 5 players written by Epidiah Ravachol, author of the ENnie-award winning Dread.
Employed by Marigold Staffing and working at Browne Chronometric Engineering, Inc., you travel through the ages actualizing solutions for the anomalies and paradoxes that threaten all of existence. You are reality's only line of defense in the war between the rigidity of causality and freewill. And your only reward is the hard earned satisfaction of a job well done (plus $11.50 an hour and a modest health package including comprehensive immunizations for history's most prolific diseases).
Join now and help make anachronis...