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8-Bit Adventures

Welcome to the Fungal Kingdom!

Welcome to 8-Bit Adventures! Do you yearn for a simpler time, when video games scrolled right and you only had to deal with 2 buttons at a time? An era where blocky, colorful, vaguely recognizable shapes made up heroes that battled odd and often confusing villains with little to no context? Then Fat Goblin Games has you covered!

Not only do you get an amazing 8-bit bestiary with over 15 iconic 8-bit monsters, you get 11 mini-adventures in classic 8-bit worlds where these creatures play major roles! Take on the role of your favorite 8-bit hero and jump, hop, and climb your way through the various levels to do what else... rescue the Princess of course!

This product line is designed to take a nostalgic look at the iconic video games of the past and bring those adventures to life in your campaigns in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game with all new options. Each volume will include monsters, magic items and maybe more! The names have been changed, but the flavor remains the same to ensure that the references are easy to see. Each volume will describe a different game world, each inspired by a classic game sure to inspire nostalgia in even the most hardened of veterans.

This volume covers the incursion of the Turtle Legions into the peaceful Fungal Kingdoms. The Turtle Legions have a variety of lethal troops at their disposal, ranging from the lowliest CR 1/2 wrenchy raccoons all the way up to the imposing Turtle King himself, weighing in at a whopping CR 15. Most of the monsters included present optional variants to help encompass the vast array of foes found across the many incarnations of the Fungal Kingdom. These foes provide a wealth of options to challenge parties of any level.

Check out Fungal Kingdoms and find:

  • Amazing monsters from the 8-bit ages such as Cloud Turtle, Hammer Turtle, Spikey!, The Windup Bomb, the twisted Barracuda Bush, and many more!

  • 11 Fantastic adventures from the mind that brought you Fat Goblin Games Campaign Kits. Check out the Castle Hopping Princess or perhaps take your chances in the Ice Pass!

  • Magic Items that bring back the memories! Invulnerability Stars, Fire Hammers, and other old time favorites!

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aaron K June 08, 2016 3:39 am UTC
do you have any plans to make a 5th edition version of the 8-bit series?
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Ismael A July 25, 2019 6:50 am UTC

It is now a 5e product too!!
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Betty B June 01, 2016 4:50 pm UTC
Are there any classes in this book (like, say, Plumber)?
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Rick H June 01, 2016 5:51 pm UTC
No classes are included, but we will have smaller support products released soon, such as the Fungifolk racial guide later today or tomorrow. So, a few classes or archetypes are possible.
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Rick H May 28, 2016 10:29 pm UTC
I think we are doing Zelda next. Castlevania would be fun. Metroid would be crazy.
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Joshua K May 28, 2016 10:32 pm UTC
I figured Zelda was a given but I totally forgot about metroid. Bionic commando would be interesting as. I have to hand it to you guys at fat goblin you've hit upon an insane idea I absolutely love it and look forward to more in the series.
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Rick H May 28, 2016 10:41 pm UTC
We had the idea going for awhile. We had done the Monster Movie Matinee ( book, which gave us the idea of doing something like this. Eric and Kalyna just ran with it. So, if this sells well (tell your friends) I expect to see us doing more of them soon.
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Bellmoore . May 29, 2016 12:50 am UTC
Metroid would be great. I would be interested in more sci-fi stuff for Pathfinder.
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Derek B June 12, 2016 8:17 am UTC
I saw that you were planning on doing The Legend of Zelda, and that would be amazing. I actually have a copy of the unofficial d20 game system that came out back in the day of 3.0 D&D.
I would be super stocked if you did Castlevania. I've been wanting to do something along those lines for decades. Every time there's a Ravenloft adventure I try to do up my own Belmont build using the classes available to me for that particular game system. So far only D&D 3.5 works the best. I've done up my own list of all of the creatures and you could use as substitutions that would work, but having something more "official" would be absolutely amazing for me. I've even done a few homebrew things to make it as close as possible to the real thing. I honestly believe that the Belmonts are humans with +2 to all stats (ie. they're the equivalent to the Azlanti human variant).
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Joshua K June 12, 2016 11:52 pm UTC
Can't forget Alucard from symphony of the night as a character to do ie Dracula's son
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Joshua K May 28, 2016 1:56 pm UTC
Hope they eventually do final fantasy preferable based on ff6. Or ninja Gaiden
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May 28, 2016 8:57 pm UTC
Likewise, there are a great many classic 8-bit games and more that have great things to use. Zelda, Ninja Gaiden, Magician Lord, Spyro, Castlevania, and many more!,
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Joshua K May 28, 2016 10:06 pm UTC
Not sure spyro can really count as 8 bit thou. ChRon cRoss would be a good. Battle toads would be hilirious., man I'm reliving my early childhood now.
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Jeffrey W June 27, 2016 4:59 pm UTC
FF1 if you're going to go truly 8-Bit.
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