It's arrived! The Four Color Hack emerges from its playtest version into a robust game of superheroics. The players take on the roles of Writers, who create and run superheroes, and the Editor, who storyboards the villainous machinations that the heroes must thwart. TFCH is a collaborative roleplaying game from beginning to end, featuring guidelines that help everyone at the table have a hand... [click here for more]
The Four Color Hack Cheat Sheet is a single-page resource that summarizes many of the key rules for The Four Color Hack, the collaborative roleplaying game of super-heroics. The zipped file also includes a text file with additional information about The Four Color Hack.... [click here for more]
In The Grimm's Fairy Hack, a based on The Black Hack roleplaying game, the players take on the roles of children from our real world who find themselves lost in a dangerous, magical realm. These playtest rules include all the information you need to get started exploring your own versions of grim tales.
I am most interested in receiving constructive criticism about the game. Please... [click here for more]
Magi study the hidden signs in the stars, in dates, dreams, and the movements of both smoke and fire. They understand that time moves not in a straight line, but rather in a great circle encompassing numerous aeons before all that is passes away only to return and repeat itself. Most creatures, unaware of this cosmic cycle, live the same life over and over again, but not the Magi.
Through their... [click here for more]
When I started Spes Magna Games back in 2009, I also started Quid Novi?, a twice-monthly e-mail newsletter of gaming goodness that eventually became a monthly PDF of gaming goodness which has now fallen by the wayside. The Quid Novi? Collection includes the 10 individual PDFs as originally published.
About 80% of the content in the Quid Novi? Collection is for the Pathfinder... [click here for more]
The war against the Axis Powers just got weird. World War Weird Classes presents 10 character classes from Demi-God to Gremlin to Zombie. Augment a team of commandos with something supernatural, or put together a Nazi-fighting monster squad.
World War Weird Classes is not a stand-alone product. It is compatible with Peter C. Spahn's excellent WWII: Operation WhiteBox,... [click here for more]