After a couple Kickstarter attempts and a few short delays, Survival of the Able is now officially available. It’s the game that just won’t die.
What is Survival of the Able?
In case you’ve been hiding away from society (and after the last few years, we wouldn’t blame you), Survival of the Able is a survival horror RPG built using the Fudge™ System. You’ll play as someone with a disability living in the Middle Ages, a time when people like you were cast aside …
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I mentioned in a recent GenCon Recap article that I had the opportunity to play The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen as my first impromptu game of the con. This zany game of tall tale telling provided a great experience for several of us during the IGDN Social, a casual pre-con get-together for Indie Game Developer Network members and friends.
Publisher: Magnum Opus Press
Year Published: 1998
Number of Players: 2+ (the more the merrier)
Play Time: 30+ minutes (depends on number of players)
Set-up Time: 5 minutes
Learning Curve: Low
Ages: Any, although it’s geared toward adults
Table Size: Small
When someone sat down at my table during the IGDN Social and said “We’re …
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Last week I mentioned Psi-punk is available via the After the Storm II charity bundle on DTRPG. The first After the Storm bundle has been discontinued, but you can still get Psi-punk and the After the Storm II bundle for now.
The third After the Storm charity bundle is now live, and it contains a book called “OSR Cares.” Christopher Helton of the Dorkland! Blog put out a call for contributions to this PDF, and several (a dozen or so) authors, including me, responded. Within one week, we had an entire book filled with great OSR content, much of which is related to Philippine mythology and folklore.