(JG-1310) Sea-Steeds and Wave Riders - Ebook Revision (2011). This is the extensive technical and historical work, first published in 1978, designed to add realistic naval conditions to any miniatures, strategic war-game, or fantasy RPG campaign. Suitable for use with any medieval or fantasy role-playing system currently in print, and ideal for campaign Judges wishing to expand their gaming horizons... [click here for more]
The dead have risen. God help the living.
It's too late to run. The zombies are everywhere. They stalk through urban jungles and across the carefully manicured lawns of suburbia, shudder to unlife on the bloodiest battlefields of the Civil War and in the deepest tunnels of far-flung interstellar mining colonies. They lurk on your street, in your company's boardroom, in your own bedroom. And they... [click here for more]
They won't stay dead!
The zombies cannot be stopped. From the pitch-black holds of pirate ships and the tunnels beneath the war-torn jungles of Vietnam, they rise up. And there's no way to stop them, no corner of the world that's safe from the invasion. Secret government labs, the trendy galleries of New York's art scene, the drawing rooms of nineteenth century England all become the lair... [click here for more]
Welcome to the dark side of gaming. From the creative minds of Al Bruno and George Vasilakos, In the Pit tells hysterial tales among the cluttered racks and overpowering stench of the Fanboyz game store. From the antics of an insane group of gamers to the trials of wanna-be small game company publishers in the game room known only as "The Pit", you won't want to miss an... [click here for more]
After spending ten years training in Hong Kong, Nicholas Gaunt begins to unravel the mystery that is his life.
Caught up in a deadly feud between the Mafia and his master, Nicholas soon learns that monsters do exist and that vampires are dogging his every step.
This comic includes characer game stats for use with any Classic Unisystem RPG. ... [click here for more]
From the battle-torn skies over World War I France to the corridors of alien prisoner-of-war satellites, the opium dens of exotic Victorian Shanghai to the living rooms of suburban America, the zombies rise up. Some crave revenge. Others hunger for the brains of the living. All are driven by desires they can neither control nor understand...
Edited by James Lowder, The Book of Final Flesh... [click here for more]