The Warring States before it) went back to historic/mythic periods Kuro takes us to Japan in 2048, when something dark has awoken and returned to the world. Kuro is a near future horror game, and has been described as The Ring meets Bladerunner.
pletely free (you can download it here http://www.dungeonslayers. com/?page_id=228), 43AD (a dark horror game set in Britain as the Romans invade by Zozer Games), Eldritch Skies (a science-fiction Cthuloid game using the Unisystem and written by John Snead and Battlefield Press) and Maelsteom (the classic 1980s Elizabethan/ Tudor RPG written by Alexander Scott and originally published by Puffin Books in the UK).
Cubicle 7 are also keeping our wallets open over the next few months with the launch of a new edition of its steampunk-fantasy RPG Victoriana 3rd Edition - alongside an adventure book ,The Concert in Flame. Defending the Earth: UNIT Sourcebook should finally be seeing the light of day and now in a full colour book format as opposed to a boxed set! Primeval RPG sees its first supplement, The Primeval Companion, whilst Cultists Under the Bed and God Game Black are bound to give Agents a lot more headaches for The Laundry. KOBOLD PRESS
CUBICLE 7 ENTERTAINMENT
Hot on the heels of Yggdrasil, Cubicle 7 is launching another RPG that it has translated from prolific French Company 7eme Cercle. Whilst Yggdrasil (and Qin:
Legendary game designers Wolfgang Baur and Jeff Grubb have released the Midgard Campaign Setting. Along with Brandon Hodge, the team have brought to
life this new dark fantasy Pathfinder setting which is drawn from many great European traditions, and is the culmination of five years of adventures and sourcebooks from Kobold Quarterly and Open Design. Magic-blasted landscapes, diabolical gnomes, wind-riding elves, swashbuckling minotaur corsairs and dragon-haunted icy crags await! ONYX PATH PUBLISHING
Onyx Path announced they had licensed the World of Darkness settings (old and new) off CCP/ White Wolf this summer and also brought outright some of the other games previously published by WW (Scion,/Adventure/Trinity/Aberrant). The company is run by Richard Thomas, who has been with White Wolf ever since the Wieck brothers started White Wolf as a high school games fanzine back in the 80s, so he certainly knows his stuff. Along side some big Kickstarters (Werewolf: The Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition is running now) the company has a wealth of other releases coming through on PDF and print-on-demand such as Anarchs Unbound (Vampire: The Masquerade), Convention Book: New World Order (Mage: The Ascension) and a brand new product line Mummy: The Curse which will see not only a core 264 page book but a string of supplements including Guildhalls of the Deathless and Book of the Deceived.
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