We are just days away from launching the Kickstarter campaign for the Abstract Dungeon Zine. We’ve already written issue one, which themed around pirates and sailing and includes twelve new aquatic monsters.
Many of these monsters use conditions, a concept that was not called out in the core rules, though a proto-version appeared in things like the ice dragon’s entomb attack. In a nutshell, when a monster creates a condition it’s represented by a number of dice, and until it’s defeated the condition has individual effects as described in the monster stats. The siren’s song puts the character in a trance until allies can snap them out of it. The giant cone snail‘s venom deals damage until it can be neutralized.
I could not write an article about sea monsters without including the kraken. Continue reading
Abstract Dungeon got a nice new review from Die Heart! The bottom line: “Abstract Dungeon clearly delivers on its promise of a fast and flexible system.”
We’ve got just over 24 hours left on the Abstract Dungeon Kickstarter Campaign. We’ve hit our main funding goal and a special monster card stretch goal. We’re well on our way to the another bonus monster card, and bonus .pdf with more PC options.
We have released The Broken Tower, another free adventure to use with the Abstract Dungeon Playtest.
East of Morvan’s Hallow stands a former wizard’s tower that has split in half, with the upper level hanging in mid-air. Rumor has it that it’s filled with magical treasure and terrible monsters. Are the heroes brave enough to discover what lies within The Broken Tower?
Sneak Attack Press is excited to announce that we have just launched a Kickstarter Campaign for Abstract Dungeon, a new RPG designed to be super fast and rules light. With it you can create a character in less than five minutes, and run an epic adventure in less than two hours. Continue reading
We have created our first survey for Abstract Dungeon. Please let us know what you think!
A few weeks ago, I got a chance to attend the first ever Berserkon, a new gaming convention in Duluth, MN. Continue reading
Abstract Dungeon now has its own section on the forums. Check it out and leave your feedback about the game.
For a while we at Sneak Attack Press have been working on a game called Abstract Dungeon. After a lot of internal playtesting, and taking it to a couple of cons, we’re excited to announce that it’s now available for public beta-testing. You can download the rules free from our Abstract Dungeon page.