Right now you can score some great indie press roleplaying games for a song through the latest offer from Bundle of Holding. Seven highly regarded core systems are on offer in the Indie Cornucopia 7 bundle, beginning at $12.95. Also, ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees) goes to this offer’s designated charity, The DOTS RPG Project.
From Bundle of Holding:
Adventurer! In time for the American Thanksgiving holiday, we present this Indie Cornucopia 7 our seventh annual collection of top-quality small-press tabletop roleplaying games. For just US$12.95 you get all three complete games in our Starter Collection (retail value $38) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks:
- Five Torches Deep (Sigil Stone Publishing): Ben Dutter (Belly of the Beast, Perseverant) co-designed this streamlined “modern Old School” game of risk-and-reward resource management in the dungeon depths.
- SIGMATA: This Signal Kills Fascists (Land of NOP): Radio-powered cyberpunk partisans fight a dystopian government crackdown in a timely political game by Chad Walker (Cryptomancer).
- Bubblegumshoe (Evil Hat Productions): Channel your inner Veronica Mars in this GUMSHOE system RPG of teen investigators from Emily Care Boss, Kenneth Hite, and Lisa Steele.
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $25.73, you’ll level up and also get our spectacular Bonus Collection with four more RPGs worth an additional $59:
- Blades in the Dark (One Seven Design): John Harper’s phenomenally successful game of scoundrel crews on the rise in the haunted city of Duskvol.
- Kids on Bikes (Hunters Entertainment): Small-town youngsters uncover strange things in this platinum-selling rules-light game by Jon Gilmour and Doug Levandowski, featured on Geek & Sundry.
- Alas Vegas (Magnum Opus Press): Waking without memory in a dark desert, you stagger into a surreal Sin City in this innovative four-session, four-gamemaster RPG of Kafkaesque personal horror by James Wallis and several top-rank designers.
- Imp of the Perverse (ndpdesign): Nathan Paoletta (World Wide Wrestling) sends you monster-hunting in 1830s Jacksonian Gothic America, where your personal Imp tempts you to become as monstrous as the things you hunt.