Hello again, gamer friends! It has been a long time since I released a traditional RPG--one that doesn't have a game board and instead is played in the gamer's imagination. One with a Game Master at the helm. It seems odd, considering I got started publishing games by doing ultra simplistic RPGs.
Well, it's about time I got around to it again. And thanks to one follower who asked for a new zombie game. Here it is! One that I started working on over a year or more ago and never finished. The latest in the Chapbook RPG series: Undead Nights!
Here is the blurb from the back of the manual:
Welcome to Undead Nights, a ChapBook Roleplaying Game (CBRPG). What is a ChapBook game? It is a light pen and paper game where the rules take up no more than thirty to forty pages total. It is intended to be fast to learn and easy to play.
What is Undead Nights? It is a game of horror adventure and survival set in the nuclear zombie apocalypse.
What do you need to play? You’ll need this ChapBook, a single six-sided die (known as a D6 in these rules), pencils, paper, one friend to act as Game Master (GM), and one to five friends to act as Survivors.
You can pick up the game now at a discounted price for only 50 cents through DriveThru RPG. Or, if you prefer print, you can wait for the paperback copy to come to amazon in the next week.
Also, if you have a friend who likes simple games, this tiny-sized pocket style book could make a great stocking stuffer.