Cyberblues City Deluxe is out! It is the same simple and fast, Fudge-based game but now with an whole new off-the-wall, London-based setting and so, so much new, full-colour artwork. And it is still absolutely free. Click on the link or image below to download.
And here is quick gallery of some on the new artwork.
The Cyborg Queen Victoria Perpetua waves to the crowds from Buckingham palace.
A security patrol
Lobster People on the prowl
A Tax Inspector robot arresting an anarchist
MBAW – the 20th Anniversary Edition
The Mutant Bikers make a spectacular return in this full colour, special 20th Anniversary Edition! Yes, the game really is that old. The rules remain unchanged in this new edition but improvements have been made to the art and layout as fitting for the occasion. Same game, same attitude, same free price!
A Very Cyber Christmas
is a free, Christmas-themed adventure for Cyberblues City
. A new children’s TV show called “Santa’s Little Helpers” conceals a secret government programme designed to get young children to spy on their parents under the guise of helping Santa build up his naughty and nice list.
You may also be interested in Going the Distance, another free adventure for Cyberblues City or Night of the Atomic Snowmen, a free Christmas themed adventure for Bounty Hunters of the Atomic Wastelands, always from Polar Blues Press.
Going the Distance
is a short, non-linear adventure for Cyberblues City
involving crime bosses, boxers and cyborg bears.
And here’s the cyborg bear I mentioned.
“Cyberblues is a bit like Cyberpunk,
only more mellow.”
Cyberblues City is a near-future, action-adventure roleplaying game. Fast-playing and often funny, it offers a lighter take on the cyberpunk genre, both in terms of system and tone. Cyberblues City uses a much modified version of the Fudge roleplaying system designed to make it easy on GMs. And best of all, it is absolutely free.
The new Deluxe edition includes a brand new, off-the-wall setting, Cyberblues London and all new artwork.
For no particular reason other than perhaps it’s Friday I decided to show off the cover for Cyberblues City.
“Show off” might be a strong term. A better way perhaps to put it would be to say that I am satisfied this cover is just about the best I can do. Some days that’s enough.
Especially on a Friday.
Cyberblues City should be out soon!