Mazes uses the Polymorph system, which does away with any form of maths. Each Polymorph game player only uses a single polyhedral die: a d4, a d6, a d8, or a d10.
9th Level Games’ MAZES may feature. The game has been nominated for an award.
Mazes is powered by polymorph – which is a compact yet comprehensive rules framework for roleplaying. It’s designed to provide the full experience of a crunchy RPG, but with minimal setup and prep – all without giving up the fun, mechanical depth of an exciting roleplaying system.
The original Dark Tower board game used an electronic tower and was the centre of a legal battle. As a result, it’s rare and, with the tower model failing, gets even rarer and thus very collectable.
Rebel Scum is an RPG from 9th Level Games that uses the polymorph engine. It came to us via ZineQuest and is an antifascist space opera.
9th Level Games are on a roll this Zine Quest session at Kickstarter with a series of quick to close, but attractive, RPG pitches.
Adriel Wilson’s Savage Sisters had a short run on Kickstarter, still has a few days left and quickly met the campaign target.
Rebel Scum will use 9th Level Games’ Polymorph system. Chris O’Neill is the designer, Adriel Wilson, the producer and Zane Graves is the illustrator.