All the RPGs, supplements and accessories in this list were published on DriveThruRPG this year and tagged by the publisher or author as modern.
Each asset pack includes 15-30 logos and stamps; each image is presented in “clean” and “dirty” versions. This allows you to create handouts that look like they came from various sources, such as a long-abandoned warehouse or a bombed-out drug lab.
Arc Dream Publishing’s Delta Green is a standalone RPG born from a Call of Cthulhu one. It’s a tabletop experience of conspiracies and horror.
Arc Dream acquired the publishing rights to The Unspeakable Oath in 2010 and published eight more issues through 2018.
Today, we’re looking at modern RPGs and by which the authors mean games with a contemporary setting.
At the start of the year, it’s a DriveThruRPG tradition to offer a good sale, and it’s happening again this year. There’s 50% off a range of titles to persuade you to try a new RPG.
Today, with modern, we’re back into murky genre territory. We have a whole Genre Police series that goes into genres for RPGs and GM tips for them, by the way.
Horror is more straightforward of an RPG genre to assign to games; if the designer says, “this is supposed to be horror, ” it’s horror with less debate.
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There are two bundles now live on the site, both back from the dead. The first is from June 2018 and is the core Delta Green deal. The second, from 2019, is the companion DG Operations guide.