The Silence Is Broken! New Previews for HPS and ScreenPlay’s Now In Print

It’s been a month plus change since we last posted anything here and it’s not because of taking some time off. Far from the truth and today’s new updates are proof of the Ruler’s future in 2017.

First, check out the updated (and moved) High Plains Samurai page. As we get ready to launch the Rehearsal Edition of the game at the beginning of next year, we’ve updated the juicy text and included previews of Kieron O’Gorman’s ongoing artwork for the Kickstarter and two pages of layout previews. Speaking of juicy, we’ve updated the logo too.

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Mmm, juicy. 
Second, we’re happy to report ScreenPlay is now available in a black & white softcover and will be working its way to a few small distribution channels. Phone calls and emails are in progress on that front but with access to groups such as the IGDN (Indie Game Developer Network), IPR, and local convention distributor, Ottawa Story Games, we’re hoping to have copies of ScreenPlay in a couple of stores by the start of the new year. Oh, and it’ll be available on Amazon around the world by the start of next week.

You can order your own right now right here from BRG. For only $15 (plus shipping), you can have a softcover edition for use as soon as you pull back the packaging.

And we’re not done yet. Pick up your jaw because you need it to heal quickly for what’s coming soon.

It’s Not Real Until It’s In Print! ScreenPlay Softcover POD Only $9.99

Hey, ScreenPlayers. Warden here. I mean, Todd. Sheesh, still takes getting used to not using that name anymore. Anywho, I wanted to make this announcement extra personal because as someone who used to work as a press operator I’m very fond on physical books. Call them old-fashioned relics slowly going the way of the dodo, but there’s nothing like holding paper in hand and flipping through with the greatest of ease.

That’s why I’m very happy to announce ScreenPlay is now available in print through DriveThruRPG’s print on demand program. And the best part is the cost: only $9.99 US for 92 pages of full colour, full bleed, full ScreenPlay sweetness. This also covers a free PDF of the game if you’ve been sitting on the fence to keep you busy until that beautiful softcover addition to your gaming shelf arrives.

Click here to buy your copy from DriveThruRPG or here to get it from RPGNow. There’s more big news for the future of ScreenPlay on the way – stay tuned! Check out these preview photos in the meantime (and let’s give a big round of applause to my publisher, Aaron Huss, for the fantastic hand modelling).