Some days ago I told you about the Technoir RPG and that it’s author Jeremy Keller started a project on Kickstarter to fund creation of a full-color softcover book. The initial goal of $2500 has been met in under 12 hours, so Jeremy decided to raise the ante. Of course the next milestone was hit only hours after that, but the current goal $10,000 hasn’t been hit yet.
So far for pledging at least $10 you will get your name in the credits, the PDF version of the book and the exclusive Hong Kong Transmission PDF. BUT if the $10,000 milestone is hit, Jeremy will throw in Mechnoir, an alternate 16-paged player’s guide that allows you to play mech- and dropship-pilots and their support crews warring on distant planets!
If you’re into rules-light cyberpunk/SF games you should have a look at Technoir and perhaps even support the Kickstarter. It’s definitely worth your time and money! By the way, currently $8,592 have been pledged.
Technoir is an upcoming cyberpunk roleplaying game designed by Jeremy Keller, author of the ENnie Award-winning Chronica Feudalis. What sets Technoir apart from most other cyberpunk games out there, is the fact that it uses a pretty elegant rules-light system.
Jeremy has started a Kickstarter project today and tries to raise $2500 in order to being able to publish Technoir as a full-color softcover book. The beta version of the rules is available for free at the official Technoir site, and after leafing through the beta PDF I decided to back this project. I really would like to see this fine game in print someday.
By the way, at this moment $845 have been pledged by 24 backers already. Perhaps with your help, we can get the Technoir project funded in just mere days!
I just got word from Third Eye Games’ Eloy Lasanta that they have an interesting project up on Kickstarter called Part-Time Gods. Part-Time Gods will be their third game line and will be a roleplaying game along the lines of “Nobilis” or “Scion”.
But I am sure Eloy can explain it better than I could do it:
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