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Death in Dino Valley: Deluxe Core Rulebook
Publisher: Micro RPG
by Brian B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/25/2021 00:04:02

This is what you'd call a wolf in sheep's clothing. For the $$ of it, you think you're getting "just another Micro-Chap source book". Nope! This book is as big as the monsters it showcases, tipping the scale at a whopping 150 pages. A hundred and fifty pages! That's 3x the normal book's average size! And no page is wasted. You get dinos for any setting, taming dinos for a pet, and crafting. Crafting! Finally! There's so much bang for your buck here, I'd almost say this should be a "heavily recommended" source book (as you gotta have it). Worth every penny, so much bang for your buck.



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Micro Chapbook RPG Monster Roster
Publisher: Micro RPG
by Brian B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/19/2021 15:58:00

You'll be amazed at how handy this simple mechanic is. If you get the tracker dials, I highly recommend getting this as well. Plus, you can't argue free!



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Survival Horror Tabletop Game
Publisher: DARKMOOK Paper Miniatures
by Brian B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/12/2018 01:27:58

With a plethora of horror games already on the market, I wondered how SHTG would fare. I'm happy to say I was not disappointed in it! The game rules are simple, but accurately detailed (which brings guesswork to a minimum). The art of the game can be considered a bit "quirky", but IMO it adds to the overall charm of the game. And MY GOD this game has an insane amount of product support! Take a quick look at all of the scenarios and packs it has! This obviously shows Darkmook's loyalty to their game.

The biggest downer for me is that this game is in no way printer-friendly. Thankfully, I have an ink cartridge refill kit, because you'll go through a TON of ink to print off everything you need. A rulebook that is printer-lite would make a world of difference. Also, the game isn't too heavy in the way of an RPG style (at least not the traditional RPG format), but that's a minor nit-pick I have. Luckily, there is a lot of room open for house rules, to which the game can easily convert to more of an RPG (using XP, class variants, etc.). Agin, minor nit-picks and not glaring flaws.

In the end, for what it's worth, SHTG is a stand-out in an already crowded game genre. It held my interest throughout, even if some concepts become a bit repetative. But, it's not enough to drag the game down, or make it a watered-down knock-off of other survival horror games. Personally, I would recommend SHTG to anyone who likes survival horror style games, and for its cost you definitely get a lot of bang-4-buck. Just make sure you're on good terms with your printer before you start playing the game.



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Hentacle
Publisher: Postmortem Studios
by Brian B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/24/2013 12:53:29

I had a good deal of skepticism when I hovered over the "Add To Cart" button. Very unique game covering a very unique topic. Tongue planted firmly in cheek on this one, but found it more than mildly entertaining. Glad I bought it, and will be getting the expansions very soon.



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