Coming Soon

September 2014 Releases
 
Age of Cthulhu 8 Starfall Over the Plateau of Leng: An investigation into the whereabouts of a missing artist becomes a manhunt for her suspected murderer. The trail leads to the impossible, deep into the mystical realm of sleep, The Dreamlands. The investigators must journey to the very heart of the Plateau of Leng, to the fabled Pharos of Leng, if they are to find their quarry, but it may all be for naught, as a giant falling star threatens to destroy both The Waking World and The Dreamlands. More…
 
  Maximum Xcrawl: The RPG of televised game-show extreme dungeon-crawling is entering a new edition, powered by Pathfinder! More…
 
DCC #83: The Chained Coffin: Level 5 DCC RPG adventure. A whispered voice calls from a coffin bound in chains, urging the heroes into the depths of the Shudder Mountains, a place rife with superstition and forlorn secrets. This adventure features a terrific spinning wheel puzzle! More…
 
October 2014 Releases
 
Metamorphosis Alpha: The very first sci-fi RPG returns in a deluxe oversized hardcover featuring the original 1976 rules plus loads of extras and new material! More…
 
November 2014 Releases
 
DCC #84: Peril on the Purple Planet: Level 4 adventure. Where tribes of man-beasts wage an endless war beneath a dying sun. Where mighty death orms rule the wastes, befouled winds whistle through ancient crypts, and forests of fungi flourish in the weirdling light. Where ancient technologies offer life ... or a quick death. More…
 
     
December 2014 Releases
 
GM Gems Hardcover Second Printing: GM Gems is filled with a wealth of information and ideas to empower every aspect of your game. Never run boring, vanilla games and never be caught flat-footed! This updated hardcover edition is systems-neutral yet uses DCC RPG stat blocks when default rules are required. The updated hardcover edition features amazing new cover art by legendary TSR artist Laura Lakey. The completely new layout includes new interior illustrations by Stefan Poag in addition to the originals by William McAusland, plus a two-page spread on the endsheets by OSR favorite Peter Mullen. More…