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Directors Cut Survival Horror Cannibal Mines

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Cannibal Mines is the third movie released for the survival system. Directors Cut Survival Horror core rules are needed to play, or you can change the mines to your own genre and game. Either way, enjoy, and scream once for us.


You are so thirsty. You smack your cracked lips and attempt to run your dry tongue over them looking for relief. Your body is drenched with blood, from head to toe; your left arm hangs limp at your side. You have found a hiding spot from the madness and you cannot keep from praying and sobbing at the same time.

You have not seen any of your friends since the night before, when you first entered this forsaken town. A woman with half a face attacked you; the other side of her face looked like a misshapen lump of clay. She hit you with a spiked board, driving the nail deep into your elbow. You cried out in pain and ran. How long you have been hiding you have no idea, but moving does not seem to be an option.   You hear footsteps, and a sound that reminds you of a horse, but you know it is one of them. They are cannibals, and you are doing everything you can to keep from being on their menu.

“Look for her, shes round heres somewhere”, you hear an old man’s voice say. The horse sound becomes a grunt of agreement and the footsteps move away from you.

You decide now is the time to act. You stand ready to dart towards safety, wherever that might be. As you rise from your hiding spot, you have a moment to realize that the same woman who attacked you earlier is standing near you in the shadows. The last thing you see is a toothless grin as she swings the familiar bat into your face.



Cannibal Mines is the third movie for Directors Cut Survival Horror. This movie was designed to give a group of characters the creeps using cannibalism and major deformities.  Characters are forced to confront and hide from the monsters, or be eaten. The only way to survive Cannibal Mines is to somehow make it out of the mines and out of town.



Cannibal Mines contains:


Full Map to the mines ready for you to customize.


-Full color art by Jeff Pinkston

-Monster character sheets for the Cannbals and TWO powerful cannibals.


-As always, Lots of GORE, BLOOD, and even more blood and gore.


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This title was added to our catalog on March 18, 2012.