Thank you so much for the support! I hope you enjoy it.
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Due to a delay in receiving my shipping supplies, and a local surge in covid, these just went in the mail this week. "Fulfilled" indicates that the zine has shipped. These are shipped standard letter mail, so no tracking number is included, but they should arrive in the next 2 weeks depending on your location. Don't hesitate to reach out if it hasn't arrived by May 9th. Thanks!!
This game looks great. Just wondering if I am missing a file. There doesn't appear to be a folded component, I was expecting a paper fortune teller file as per your photo. Doesn't seem to be referenced in the rules at all.
I understand that for the zine compilation, you won't need the "credits" page from my submission "Teind of Alfheim", but the compilation will need to include the credit for the Dyson Logos map I used somewhere in it. It's free for personal/commercial use but requires attribution. Maybe on the index page it can be added?
Me too. I've had a million ideas sitting around in limbo for decades, but something about Mork Borg got me over the threshold. It's led to me finishing an actual, complete solo RPG that I'm just polishing up for print-on-demand. The Mork Borg designers and community are fantastic and supportive.
My submission is coming soon. I would love to see a zine compilation. Have no concerns about income on this, the convenience of users getting to download the whole jam in one shot is well worth it.
Glad you like it! I really wanted to do the game and the music justice. I'm a musician as well, and a huge Carpenter fan, and your soundtrack is great. It was a real pleasure to edit the sound together for this.
My name is Steve Barber, a.k.a. Reverend Uncle Bastard (he/him). I have been playing, GMing, and hacking at TTRPGs since the early 1980s. I am a huge fan of the weird and narrative portion of the hobby, The Quiet Year is one of my favourite games of all time. My creative output over the years has been primarily musical (from experimental noise to bluegrass), but recently I have been attempting to hone some of my RPG hacks and inventions with an eye to releasing them. Looking forward to being part of this growing community.