2300 AD Bundle

Beanstalk was the first adventure module, and it launched my full-time career in game publishing. (I had sold a 4-paragraph “capsule review” to Space Gamer magazine about a year-and-a-half before, but that was as a hobbyist only. I’d also sold Space Gamer a 2-player board game; back in the day, more »

Blue Max, 2nd Ed.

If you’ve never seen the components of a Blue Max game, it’s difficult to explain just how beautiful those plane counters are. Maybe just by saying each was produced first as a detailed full-size color painting, which was then shrunk down to fit a counter about an inch across. The more »

Bughunters RPG

Tabletop game designers tend to pour their heart and soul into projects. And publishing companies tend to keep the rights to those projects. It’s the difference between “work for hire” and a novelist’s “advance on royalties.” I’m not sure why a salary doesn’t equate to an advance on royalties. But more »

Gloom – 1st Edition

Price: $15.00 (includes US shipping*) 1 copy available. In this innovative “transparent plastic cards” game, 2-4 players compete to prove their chosen family is the most miserable. Perhaps your “Cousin Mordecai” (the “Red-Headed Stepchild”) was “Ruined by Rum,” or “Jinxed by Gypsies,” and “Died Old and Alone,” gaining you lots more »