The newest Bundle of Holding has arrived and it features plenty of gaming perfect for those of us in isolation or (like myself) are sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yes… Solo gaming! You can get started playing with yourself (Doh!) for as little as $7.95 or go all in with the bonus collection for $20.02. Keep in mind ten percent of your purchase (after payment gateway fees) will be donated to this offer’s designated charity, Heart to Heart International.
From Bundle of Holding:
For tabletop gamers in social isolation, this new Solo Games Bundle presents a bargain-priced collection of solitaire roleplaying, board, and miniatures games that give you lots of new ways to play with yourself. All these print-and-play .PDF rules sets are designed for just one player, and several also work fine for two or more gamers confined in the same space. Enliven your quarantine with dungeon crawls, skirmishes in post-apocalyptic and science-fictional landscapes, and several large SoloQuest pick-a-path gamebooks.
For just US$7.95 you get all six titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $41.50) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the solo dungeon crawl Exiles of the Wicked Maze (plus its expansions Beyond the Wicked Maze and Wretched Encounters); the skirmish miniatures games Five Klicks From the Zone and Five Men at Kursk from Nordic Weasel Games; an Old West solitaire adventure based on based on Kenzer and Company’s Aces & Eights called Bad Day at Buena Roca (previously presented in our September 2015 Aces & Eights Bundle); and the board game of post-apocalyptic allergies, Mutant Megabloom. We also include a free game, one of the best solitaire RPGs ever — Shawn Tomkin’s Ironsworn.
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $20.02, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with five more titles worth an additional $52, including two full-length SoloQuest adventures from Kenzer, Brothers by Blood and Fallen From Grace; two of Nordic Weasel’s most popular miniatures games, Five Leagues From the Borderlands and Five Parsecs From Home; and another sprawling dungeon crawl in the Old School style from Kabuki Kaiser, Ruins of the Undercity.