(If you read exactly that in a Google+ or Facebook post before clicking the link eager to read more… sorry! It’s kind of self explanatory. And why are you still here reading this distracting bit of additional, useless text? You should be reading through the free preview. Go! There’s nothing more to see here.)
This past weekend, layout wrapped up for both the ScreenPlay core rulebook and the preview treatment/adventure, Ironbound, making it time to make our announcement official. So official they’re going up in big, BIG fonts.
Ironbound goes on sale as a Pay-What-You-Want PDF release from DriveThruRPG/RPGNow on Monday, May 16th.
The ScreenPlay core rulebook PDF goes on sale for $5 USD from DriveThruRPG/RPGNow on Monday, May 31st.
We’re also working on getting Print On Demand version of the ScreenPlay core rules ready for a projected launch in June 2016 and the wheels are in motion for the continuation of this new sage for BRG. Throughout the coming month, Broken Ruler Games and Mystical Throne Entertainment will begin the marketing campaign for both products and expect to see your copy of either or both PDFs later this month if you were a part of our Rehearsal Edition playtest.
To learn more about ScreenPlay and what you can expect, click here. Learn more about Ironbound and their fight against slingers of magick spells and invokers of summoning rituals here.
What the…?!! Has it really been a month since the last hint of life from BRG? Rest assured, everything is moving full steam ahead on both ScreenPlay and Ironbound with layout now complete and off for proofing with the former and layout beginning on the latter. Stay tuned for page previews in the near future. Speaking of previews, how about a look at the working file for the ScreenPlay POD cover?
The wheels continue to spin and this co-op storytelling game is currently on track for release in May 2016. What the…?!! That’s next month. Well, gotta run. These games don’t just make themselves, ya know.
Update (Monday, April 25th): Layout’s never done until the printer gets the file and seeing as that hasn’t happened yet, here’s an updatier version of the POD cover.
Closer and closer we get to bringing ScreenPlay to your game table, making it time for the next ScreenPlay Video Journal. Logan’s back to help make this video cuter (couldn’t hurt), but in all seriousness it’s time to get into the game’s progress, how Kickstarter’s recent influx of RPG projects has lead to a change in direction, the importance of stories like High Plains Samurai for ScreenPlay’s future, and how the Director Cut’s could help make backing these stories more than just a pre-order.