DriveThruRPG is having their annual GM’s Day Sale. Our participating PDFs are on sale for 40% off, and with the temporarily reduced base price of Psi-punk that means you can now get this game for just about the cost of two nano-beverages (or $8.39 USD in today’s currency).
Our friends at Broken Ruler Games are running their ‘Crappiest Sale Ever” in honor of Thomas Crapper Day. Starting Sunday, January 27th and continuing through February 3rd, all their products will be on sale at DriveThruRPG and other OneBookShelf sites.
Why does this matter to you, our readers?
BRG has demonstrated a sincere commitment to accessibility with their games. They reached out to me personally to ask for feedback on the character sheet for ScreenPlay. Then they went about ten steps further and implemented every suggestion from Accessible Guide to RPG Layout when they produced High Plains Samurai.
I haven’t formally reviewed HPS yet, but I am telling you right now it is the most accessible PDF of any RPG I have read to date. Yes, even moreso than Shaintar, for which I wrote this accessibility teardown.
See my previous coverage of some BRG games:
From now through July 28th, DriveThruRPG / RPGNow is holding their annual Christmas in July sale, and everything in the Accessible Games catalog is included. Throughout this week, you can get any of our PDFs for 25% off the original price.
Now is a great time to pick up Psi-punk for just $14.99 or grab any of our Alliterative Amusements for $1.87. You’ll also find Fire Starters, Game Publishing Lessons, and Conservation of Ninjutsu available at the same discounted rate.
I just became a father, and to celebrate the birth of my new son Accessible Games will be having a sale on all of our products starting May 16th.
The sale, which begins on my son Gareth’s one-week birthday, will last for six days until May 22nd. All items will be 68% off their regular price (except print-on-demand products, which will be 68% off their marginal rate — the the price after printing costs).
My wife was in labor with our son for 68 hours. It was a tremendous effort on her part, and you should all thank her that it wasn’t just a 15-hour labor. (Yeah, because that will somehow make her feel better.)
I wasn’t at GenCon this year, which means I unfortunately didn’t get a chance to show off Psi-punk at the country’s biggest gaming convention. As a consolation prize to myself, and to everyone who is coming back from the con with a little less change in their pocket, I’ve decided to launch a post-GenCon sale for all Accessible Games products.
From now until August 31st, 2013, all Accessible Games products are 20% off through RPGNow and DriveThruRPG. This includes Psi-punk in PDF, softcover, and hardcover varieties, Colors of Grey, and the Game Publishing Lessons Learned e-book.
To get your copies today, visit the Accessible Games page at DriveThruRPG.
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