Tag Archives: Aftermath!
A round-up of this weeks Pick of the Day from the 6d6 Fireball Tweeter feed. Monday: No pick of the day, too busy fixing our server Tuesday: Aftermath! & and other FGU games cheap! Wednesday: Why I really shouldn’t wake up the next day knowing how to use nunchucks Thursday: A great online mapping tool [...]
Fantasy Games Unlimited have emailed me to let me know that 2009 is promising to be a good year for retro-80′s gaming. They plan the release of Bunnies & Burrows and a whole slew of Space Opera products. However at 6d6 we are interested in only one thing: Aftermath! 2008 saw the release of the [...]
In D&D, every character starts at the same age. Not the same chronological ages obviously but the same mental / developmental age. Whether dwarf, elf, half-orc or human, all characters start out as the equivalent of an 18 year old human school leaver about to start their first job. In short, everyone is created equal. [...]
This image of the Shibuya district of Tokyo is typical of many post-apocalypse artworks. During the seventies and eighties, a lot of SF related art work would feature cities or spacecraft overgrown with plants. Assuming the city had not been destroyed by nuclear attack it appears that our cities will turn green very quickly without [...]
After yesterday’s post about adding Aftermath! to our RPG store, I was browsing the net for any Aftermath! related websites. To my amazement it seems that Fantasy Games Unlimited are in production again and selling Aftermath! products. Even better, they are have plans to launch new products: Aftermath! Technology! 2.0, an updated version to the [...]
One of my favourite games during the 80′s was Aftermath!, the post-apocalypse game by Fantasy Games Unlimited. A highly flexible rule system that could be used for gritty, post-nuclear campaigns to quick zombie filled scenarios based on Dawn of the Dead. I loved the game system and it is the only system where I have [...]