Panacea, created to be our savior, had become the Blight. And nature was devouring all as it reclaimed the lands it had lost.
Our world is covered with ecryme, an acid sea turning even the slightest misstep into a death sentence. People have had to adapt to this omnipresent danger. It has become part of our daily lives and we have accepted it.
This tabletop game is a sticker-fueled post-apocalypse of misfit outlaws fighting tyranny in a rock-n-roll retro-dystopia.
There are only a few days left to back the short run, but the successor Gamefound crowdfunding project for Studio Agate’s Vermin 2047.
It’s 3, 2, 1… Action! that the cinematic storytelling game Children of UMA uses. It’s a post-apocalyptic setting of gang life outside the cities.
During a long, harsh winter, six soldiers embark on a covert mission traveling across a frozen archipelago, risking their lives to transport a mysterious package that could end the war.
Those who wish for freedom live instead out in the waste, eking out a living amid the dust storms, drought, and the monsters that plague the landscape.
The light novels by Shinji Cobkubo and illustrated by K Akagishi Sabikui Bisco have been made into a new anime. If the trailer is anything to go by, Rust-Eater Bisco is a post-apocalyptic action explosion.
Fractured is a post-apocalyptic tabletop RPG without zombies, or mutants, or lasers and magic.
Half the cities sunk. The other half burned. By shaping the world to suit our needs, we doomed ourselves to a world that could no longer suit our needs.