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Evil Genius Games
Evil Genius Games are the tabletop RPG publisher of Everyday Heroes. Everyday Heroes RPG is a mashup of d20 Modern and 5e, written by some of the original d20 Modern team.
The indie studio uses the ORC license for the system and has the RPG rights to some notable movie titles such as Pacific Rim, Kong: Skull Island, Escape from New York, The Crow, Highlander, Total Recall and others.
Evil Genius is successful in May 2023, launched a campaign for a legendary bundle of
Kong and Pacific Rim.
Evil Genius had been secretly working on the roleplaying game, but the publisher insists they had permission to share those previews at GAMA.
Evil Genius’ organized play program, dubbed The E.G.O Program, will launch its inaugural Season on January 24th, 2024.
Now, a new Humble deal will put these RPGs in front of thousands of new potential fans and introduce Everyday Heroes, the ORC-licensed system that powers them.
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Evil Genius says Netflix is upset that art from Rebel Moon was shared at the GAMA Expo.
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