Quicksilver is a fantasy role-playing game set in the Kingdom of Seloria, where subjugated Goblins and visiting Elves vie with the ruling humans for possession and mastery of the precious magical... More > metal, Quicksilver! Skilled quicksilversmiths can shape and enchant it with their own psychic power. But beware! The more of it you shape, and the more power you grant it, the more likely it is to awaken - with an inimical mind of its own... Utilizing UNIgames' highly successful Pocket Universe system, this stand-alone game includes rules for six player races, 52 advantages and disadvantages, 58 skills, 10 sorcerous disciplines, quicksilver manipulation, and extensive information on the Kingdom of Seloria and its world. Written and illustrated by Jeff Dee and Talzhemir, with a fantastic cover painting by industry veteran Denis Loubet!< Less
Cavemaster is an award-winning Stonepunk role-playing game of Pleistocene adventure using the Habilis game system. It's the RPG that cave-men played!
The Habilis game system is an archaeological... More > re-construction of the role-playing rules first used by our Homo Habilis ancestors 2 million years ago. Abilities are represented by groups of small stones on your ‘character skin’. In a challenge, you pick up the relevant stones and secretly divide them between your two hands. Your opponent (or the CM) does the same. Each participant picks one of the other person’s hands, and the stones in that hand are revealed. If you reveal more stones, you succeed!
Stonepunk is an exercise in speculative fiction. Cavemaster turns the clock back to the end of the Pleistocene Epoch (approximately 10,000 years BCE), and asks what might have happened if the culture and technology of that age had developed further, or in exciting new directions!< Less