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Friday, June 16, 2017

Deal of the Day - Apes Victorious (Goblinoid Games)


OSR "Deals of the Day" on back to back days? Woot!

Apes Victorious is today's Deal of the Day. Normally $4.97 in PDF, it is currently $2.98.

What are you waiting for? Go!
Apes Victorious is a roleplaying game in which you take the role of an astronaut from the 1970’s who finds himself marooned on a future Earth ruled by intelligent apes. Players may also take the role of an ape, a degenerated human, or a psi-active underdweller. Fight to survive in this post-apocalyptic future ruled by four species of apes. Or play apes who hunt humans for sport. For a different kind of campaign, play highly intelligent but insane underdwellers who have advanced technology and powerful psi powers. 
This book contains:

-A complete game
-A post-nuclear apocalyptic setting in which apes have become the dominant species
-Seven player classes
-Animals and creatures of the post-nuclear future
-Campaign advice
-A complete introductory adventure
-Conversion notes for compatible games including: Labyrinth Lord, Mutant Future, Starships & Spacemen
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6 comments:

  1. And conveniently, if you're looking for a variant setting, Project Oasis was designed with Apes Victorious in mind. :-)

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    1. http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/205530/Project-Oasis

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  2. I like Apes Victorious...it's pretty cool, but it's the only OSR title that when I showed it to my crew they were like "NOPE" and shot me down like that... Sigh! I'll get my revenge when the White Star team lands on a planet of apes someday, heh!

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  3. Now that what I call a sale! Glad I didn't buy this on that crappy 15% off last week.

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  4. It's very nice - sadly I paid full price for print copy couple weeks back...

    Taken in isolation the scope is a bit narrow, but I think it combines with Mutant Future very nicely. I wish I had had this when I was running a MF PBEM set in the ruins of New York (inspired by those Luis Royo paintings...) https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/23/6a/4e/236a4ead22a1f388d78d2568817520ae.jpg

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