The game is written in the first person, with survivors explaining the world, and so players reading the book never have complete certainty that what they've just read is absolutely and entirely true.
DarkEnergy lets the players be either the Hero of the story, or the Villain, with both good and evil paths available to be explored. There is a unique Faith/Pantheon system with bonuses that allows faith to be rewarded and play more importance than your typical RPG.
Humanity is rebuilding, characters are Wardens, people tasked with keeping order at civilization's southern reach. Staying alive requires careful thought.
Spilled Ale Studios released a second edition of Wasteland Wanderers last month and of Wasteland Ware this week.
The Wildsea is a magical forest that overran an entire planet within a day, filling it with exotic monsters and danger. Characters are wild sailors, those who travel on chainsaw powered ships in the canopy above, to trade for food.
There's a new Planet Apocalypse 5e-powered RPG and expanded board game in the same Kickstarter. It's a way to flood your fantasy world with demons. You know; to stop things feeling samey.
Set in the northwestern expanse of the ruined North American continent, The After is packed full of frontier action and sci-fi discoveries.
In the Face of Death is a supplement for the Dead Reign RPG.
The 6th edition of the fan-made Fallout RPG represents about 300 hours of edits, testings and layout improvements.
Don't Feed the Freaks is an apocalyptic short animation by David James Armsby.