I'm a fan of the Tiny d6 system, which isn't a surprise, as I like my RPGs quick and dirty. I believe Tiny Dungeon was my first encounter with Tiny d6, and it's one of the few RPGs that aren't old-school in their roots that I grocked right away.
The Tiny Dungeon Mega Bundle over at Bundle of Holding is an amazing value. You get six Tiny D6 RPGs for less than 20 bucks, and for about 39 bucks total you add another 7 titles.
Adventurer! This giant new Tiny Dungeon Megabundle presents many tabletop roleplaying games from Gallant Knight Games that use the streamlined, minimalist TinyD6 rules. These Tiny games play fast, have characters you can describe on an index card, and cover a huge range of genres: fantasy, space opera, superheroes, mecha, post-apocalypse, Wild West, pirates, zombie and Mythos horror, and, ummm, fishing. Can't forget fishing. And you can mash them all together, to play supers and imperious magicians fighting kaiju in an apocalyptic alien zombie-haunted Weird-West wasteland. While on a fishing trip.
Ideal for convention games, one-shots, and novice roleplayers, the tiny boatload of .PDF ebooks in this jumbo bargain-priced offer – intended especially for players new to TinyD6 – gives you everything you need for every kind of itty-bitty adventure. Pay a tiny US$19.95 to get all fourteen games and play aids in our enormous Tiny Starter Collection (retail value $94) as DRM-free ebooks, including the complete Tiny Dungeon Second Edition core rulebook (plus its Bestiary Deck, Treasure Deck, and GM Screen); Tiny Wastelands (plus its Enclave Deck and GM Screen); Tiny Frontiers Revised; Tiny Pirates (plus its Duel Deck); Tiny Gunslingers (plus the Poker Deck and Bounties); and Tiny Living Dead.
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $38.31, you'll level up and also get our colossal Tiny Bonus Collection with eleven more games and supplements worth an additional $117, including Advanced Tiny Dungeon; Tiny Taverns and its expansion Tiny Taverns: A La Carte (and, of course, the Extremely Necessary Fishing Minigame); the newly updated Mecha & Monsters: Evolved (plus a novella set in that universe, Welcome to Paradise); Tiny Cthulhu; Tiny Supers and its recent GallantVerse Campaign Guide (plus the Tiny Supers GM Screen); and Tiny Spies.
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