The folks at Bundle of Holding have just unveiled their latest bundle which focuses on Space: 1889 this time out. The 2015 edition of Frank Chadwick’s well respected RPG of Victorian Age SF adventure uses the Ubiquity system from Clockwork Publishing; you can check out our review right here. Grab the core book and a supplement for $6.95 or get the whole shebang of five books and a GM screen for any donation of $16.96 or more. Keep in mind ten percent of your donation (minus a payment gateway fee) will benefit the United Nations Refugee Agency. The bundle will be available through March 28th.
From Bundle of Holding:
Adventurer! The intrepid Ethernauts bring you the Space: 1889 Bundle, featuring the 2014 Clockwork Publishing edition of the classic proto-steampunk tabletop roleplaying game, Space: 1889. Originally published by GDW (1988), Space: 1889 sends your ether flyer to the swamps of Venus and the ancient canals of Mars for civilized adventures out of Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, and H. Rider Haggard. This new Clockwork edition, funded by a successful July 2013 Kickstarter campaign, uses the Ubiquity system created for Hollow Earth Expedition (featured in our December 2015 Ubiquity Bundle). The easy and fast-playing Ubiquity rules conjure captivating, larger-than-life characters in headlong cinematic action.
For just US$6.95 you get both titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $35), including Clockwork Publishing’s complete 260-page Space: 1889 rulebook (retail price $25) and composer Ralf Kurtsiefer’s complete soundtrack Music of the Ether (retail $10), with 18 DRM-free .MP3 audio tracks of atmospheric music for your Space: 1889 game sessions.
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $16.95, you’ll gain Experience and also get our entire Bonus Collection with four more DRM-free .PDF ebooks worth an additional $45:
- Marvels of Mars (retail $10): A two-fold sourcebook spotlighting the lost technologies of the ancients as well as the monsters that fight to survive in the unforgiving red sands.
- Venus (retail $20): A big planetary sourcebook full of jungles, swamps, lizard-men, dinosaurs, and colonial zeppelins.
- Space: 1889 Gamemaster’s Screen and NPC Booklet (retail $10): Useful charts and tables, plus a 32-page booklet of nonplayer characters for every situation.
- London Bridge Has Fallen Down (retail $5): A search for a missing scientist’s ether flyer leads to the oldest city of Mars, and then deep into the Isidis Desert in search of the Empire’s best-kept secret.