Friday Grab Bag: Wired Neon Cities, Monkey Business, and More
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Wired Neon Cities - Minimalist Cyberpunk Roleplaying (aff) is PWYW. What is says on the tin. Scott Malthouse manages to put the complete game on 2 pages. This succinct ruleset wants to be played! The Diceless Dungeons Are Here! (aff). This is by the folks who wrote small old school games like Blood of Pangea and Pits & Perils. The blurb:
Inside every old-school game is a diceless system waiting to get out, and so we’re proud to announce the release of our digital version of Diceless Dungeons! Because diceless gaming is just about as old-school as you’re gonna get. After all, decision-making, exploration, and role-playing are the foundations of old-school adventure, and anyone who’s spent an entire session debating how best to proceed knows what we mean…
(I haven’t had the chance to take a look at this game, so this is not an endorsement. But I liked BoP.) Also, Tunnels & Trolls Fifth Edition (aff) is available as a PDF now. It costs USD $6.95. Wayne Rossi has some thoughts on why this is an interesting game. Oakes Spalding has some more links to early T&T products available and an excellent review series about the first edition. Print Versions of Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells are PWYW. I like this game, here is my review at DTRPG (aff).
Old School Adventures
Monkey Business (aff) is PWYW.
Something steers deep in the jungle. Rumors of a strange drug start making the rounds … and then things start getting really hairy. Even the cannibals are upset. Monkey Business is best described as a procedural jungle crawl, all pulp and weird and very arcade. […]
There is a shit ton of stuff. 100+ pages of background ideas, tools, generators, etc. Jens D., the author, is a thoughtful writer at The Disoriented Ranger. I took a small peek into the PDF and I like what I saw. You want this.
And if you’re more old school, you might find Alex Schroeder’s article about Rulings worth a read.
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This is Anthony Lewis' page with lots of free supplements for various games. Nice! RPG Stuff-o-Rama.