Specifically, 2300 AD is set 300 years after the Twilight War, and you can grab it between now and Monday the 23rd from the Bundle of Holding.
The bundle offers the core rules, the many episodes of The Traveller Adventure, and supplements such as The Spinward Machines.
After a very successful Kickstarter, one that funded in 7 minutes, Free League Publishing and their partners GDW and Amargosa Press are taking pre-orders on Twilight: 2000.
Published first in 1984, the RPG is set after the Twilight War, in which NATO and the United States battled the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact in a lengthy, brutal but conventional war. Until things went nuclear.
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The Bundle of Holding is ending the year with two Traveller RPG deals. One is Traveller LBBS 1 which first ran in 2015 and the second is, guess what, Traveller LBBS 2 which also ran in 2015.
Space: 1889 is a steampunk-themed RPG in which some of the pop-science that the Victorians believed in turns out to be true. There are other races on the moon and on Mars so, obviously, we’re off to colonise them.
There’s an upcoming project page already in place, with nearly 50 followers who have hit that “Notify me on launch” button.
Creator, Frank Chadwick, is on board with the deal too
Dark Conspiracy was first published in 1991 by Game Designers Workshop and was an original mix of supernatural and cyberpunk that painted a dystopian vision of humanity’s future.