Agents of SWING is a FATE-powered Spy-Fi adventure game in which you take on the part of secret agents, working throughout the world in the 1960s and 70s to avert catastrophe, punish evildoers and stop the two superpowers from annihilating each other.
A slimmed down and sped up version of FATE, derived from Cubicle 7's Starblazer Adventures, SWING simplifies the system and lets you get right into... [click here for more]
The GM's guide provides the secret background and more in depth detail about the setting of The Camelot Cosmos including organisations, history, artefacts, persons of import, the realms and a quest/mission generator and guide.
This book details the Camelot Cosmos, a section of space containing a collection of planets which have been very heavily influenced by the Arthurian legends of King... [click here for more]
The following adventure is intended for beginning players using the FATE roleplaying system and theCamelot Cosmos setting.
This introductory adventure should provide players and GMs alike with a good sense of the unique features of the Camelot Cosmos setting and a base for future adventures, but is also designed to be easily adapted to other fantasy roleplaying systems and settings if required. ... [click here for more]
The Camelot Cosmos Players Guide is a role-playing setting book designed for use by players of the FATE role-playing system; though it can be easily converted to other systems if required. This book gives all the information players need to create characters and to explore the realms that make up the Camelot Cosmos.The first section describes the rules system being used, and subsequent... [click here for more]
Daikaiju Die! is a game about beating up monsters in giant mecha (called Ridders).
The players take the part of mecha pilots and their support crew. They will fight giant monsters and walk in their shadow. They will establish rivalries and defeat villains. They will uncover conspiracies and lead the fight back against what seems to be a world itself in rebellion against humanity.
Mostly, though,... [click here for more]