It’s time to be a hero!
Icons is a tabletop game of superhero adventure, creating exciting stories of the imagination with your friends, based around the heroes you create. The Assembled Edition of the game features:
Quick Hero Creation! A few die rolls are all it takes to create your hero, giving you the spark for your... [click here for more]
Printable Game Master Screen inserts for ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying, usable with customizable landscape format screens. Have all the important information you need at your fingertips!
Includes 8 pages of game tables and information with both an attractive graphic background and a plain "printer friendly" format, three-panel display art by ICONS artist... [click here for more]
With Great Power...
Comes great fun! Great Power is a complete super-powers sourcebook for the Icons Superpowered Roleplaying game, taking the powers from the game to new heights, with more details, more options, more depth, and more ... power! In its pages you will find:
New Power Generation Tables covering all of the powers in the book, and plugging... [click here for more]
It’s Element-ary! presents the heroes and villains from your favorite forgotten Saturday morning superhero cartoon. Three not-so-ordinary people, transformed by a deranged clown, form a team to protect their city from an eclectic collection of bad guys.
It’s Element-ary! uses the Fate Core system, including the rules for super powers originally found... [click here for more]
Martial arts, dysfunctionalism and over-the-edge supernatural mayhem collide in this illustrated miniatures rule book.
Kung Fu Family Rules! is a tabletop tactical miniatures game and role-playing game with elements of martial arts, super heroes, modern pulp-like adventure and horror. It can be played as single scenario combat game or in a story telling cinematic way with melee encounters, depending... [click here for more]
A man in crazy pajamas atop a skyscraper rains laser death down on the streets. He's laughing as he does it. Below, fires bloom for the news cameras. Reporters duck debris as they yammer on about demands and manifestoes and terror. Meanwhile, in the background, the screams of scorched innocents melt into the wail of sirens. It makes me angry. My cheeks burn with it -- or that just... [click here for more]