Wednesday, December 1, 2010

My Project(s) For December's NaGa DeMon

As per my announcement of intent last month, I'm treating the month of December as my own personal National Game Design Month. I have several Mutant Future projects in the works (and one for Mini Six) that I've just not found the time or drive to finish up. So, during December, in the spirit of NaGa DeMon, I shall be trying to churn out the following:
  • "A Year In The Savage AfterWorld" -- A compendium of Mutant Future micro-adventures and creatures. Fifty-two Dangerous Encounters; enough for a full year's worth of weekend role-playing.
  • "Dead In The Water" -- A full-length Mutant Future adventure taking place on a fiery manmade island overrun by mindless mutants...or are they?
  • "The Wackyworld War" -- A full-length Mutant Future adventure as the PCs find themselves between warring factions.
  • "Antique Americana" -- A mini-setting for Mini Six as the PCs become retrievers of historical artifacts.
  • And, of course, there will be another update to "The World of Thundarr the Barbarian Sourcebook."
Will I be able to complete all of these projects in 30 days? Probably not. But my hope is to have at least half of these fully written by the end of the month with plans of having them laid out and released by Spring. Two of these are nearly finished, but just need some polish. Updates as to progress will be posted here to keep me motivated (and honest). Stay tuned!


  1. Looking forward to seeing what you work up.

  2. Me too. That's some schedule!

  3. Dude, that is a list. And Antique Americana! That could be all sorts of fun and as straight or strange as you like. It could be "American Pickers" or "Friday the 13th the Series".

    Dead in the water sounds like it could be all sorts of fun too. Heck all of it does. Looking forward to what you come up with.

  4. "Antique Americana" is my take on the "retrievers of mystical thingies" genre. Take "Warehouse 13," add in "The Librarian," stir in "The Lost Room" and a dash of "Friday the 13th: The Series" -- then whip it through the blender of American history. No one has ever seen the "special" wing of the Smithsonian. ;)