mercredi 3 août 2016

A Society of Unlikely Gentlemen : Victorian sci-fi rpg !

This is the year 1895. Five years ago, the city of Atlantis rose again from the depths of the ocean. At the same time, several portals appeared on Earth and allowed safe passage to Venus and Mars.

Scientific marvels pop-up everywhere, four-armed martian ambassadors walk the streets of London while Venusian amazons guide big game hunters through the jungles of their planet. Empires still scheme and fight among themselves, looking for new technologies to gain the advantage over their rivals.

You play adventurers and explorers, always looking for new scientific discoveries, uncharted territories or lost treasure, to quench their thirst of knowledge, fortune and fame.

One of my players described it as "The adventures of Captain Future in the 19th century"

No magic, no fantasy, this is scientific romance !

If there is enough interest I will develop the game a bit more (illustrations, professionnal layout and added content). So if you like the game, let me know!


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4TBit4mrI1tU3o5VzM5SjY3bTFibXY1aGdFT2VtUjBEMk1J/view?usp=sharing
Click the image to download the game!

10 commentaires:

Danilo a dit…

À quand la VF, s'il te plaît ?

Kobayashi a dit…

Si ça intéresse des gens, pourquoi pas une VF effectivement. Va falloir me motiver ^^

Tobie Abad a dit…

Fantastic work! Genius idea.
I hope i find players to try this. :-)
Thank you for writing this!

Kobayashi a dit…

Thank you !

Hope you'll have a game running soon. Keep playing !

Morgan Blackhand a dit…

Another nice game. Merci beaucoup!

Kobayashi a dit…

Merci à toi !

Krysomba a dit…

Salut !
+1 pour la version française !!!
Et pour la motivation... ben... J'ai des joueurs intéressés, je suis plus que convaincu, mais l'anglais est une vrai difficultée pour moi... (j'y travaille, promis, mai en attendant...)
Merci d'avance,

Christian

Kobayashi a dit…

C'est noté !

PaMar a dit…

If you like the genre you may also be interested in Forgotten Future (http://www.forgottenfutures.com)

Kobayashi a dit…

Thanks ! I know about this one, I just wanted something a bit more over-the-top ^^