Tiny Cyberpunk uses the TinyD6 system; a simple, fast, and dynamic rule-set. Designed to play quickly and get out of the way so you can tell your story, the game uses up to three six-sided dice as part of action resolution.
This love mecha, for want of a better phrase, suits conventions and expos if you’re bold, fancy dress parties and perhaps even LARPs.
The tabletop RPG Cities Without Number is designed to bring the chrome and misery of a dystopian future to gaming groups with sandbox adventure in mind.
As Acid House Terrain, Marius has brought 28/32mm portable and foldable cyberpunk and sci-fi terrain to Kickstarter. It’s a smash hit, with hundreds of backers and over the €25K goal many times.
Each world contained in the Gimmick Zero multiverse has been permanently affected in one way or another by what is called the “Zero Event” which always releases large and horrible beings that we call “Aberrations” into the world.
There’s no fixed date for the campaign launch, which isn’t unusual given Kickstarter must approve each campaign, and yes, Lion Banner is taking these maps to crowdfunding.
Roll20 have informed Geek Native that they will no longer be releasing detailed stats on which campaigns are being created on their platform. Sorry.
Mongoose’s first new IP is Alison Cybe’s Viking-cyberpunk Shield Maidens.
The Sinless RPG is set in 2090 in a bleak but not hopeless near future. 1 billion Zuzu (a crypto-currency) is the cost of financial freedom, and Sinless is an exploration of what people might do to reach that goal.
Now Cities Without Number brings the talent to Kickstarter and has smashed through one-quarter of a million despite a free game being on the cards.