In September 2010 I reviewed Chris Perrin’s roleplaying game MECHA and also did an interview with him. In that interview he already mentioned that he was working on some Mecha Combiner rules.
If you’ve been waiting for this supplement all this time, I have good news: Chris just started a Kickstarter project to raise funds for a full color version of MECHA Combiners!
Check out the video below for details or check out the project page!
If you enjoyed Chris’ Mecha RPG you should definitely check out the Kickstarter and give it some support! And before I forget it, he also recently released a Mecha supplement for FREE: It’s called Mekayana and it combines Mecha action with Bollywood dance numbers. Yeah, it sounds unbelievable, but it’s true! I have to admit, it might be a bit too weird for my tastes, but I’ll definitely give it a look. 🙂
There’s another Kickstarter project that grabbed my attention. Autarch is currently raising money to fund an expansion to the very intriguing Adventurer Conqueror King System. I picked up the core book a while ago and posted my initial thoughts on the blog.
The Player’s Companion will contain new classes, 144 character generation templates, new spells and a point-based customized class system. That allows you to create your own classes. As with the Kickstarter I mentioned in my last post, Autarch has actually already reached their goal of $4,000 already, but that’s no reason for you not to back the project.
Backers can actually already download the current draft of the rules, and there will be another bonus level at $25,000. If this goal is met, all backers will get a special preview of the Auran Empire Campaign Setting. You still have four days to back the project.
For more details check out the Kickstarter page or the official ACK site.
Some time ago we reported about Rule of Cool Gaming’s Legend RPG. In the meantime over 20,000 copies have been downloaded, which is quite an achievement. And since all the proceeds from the core book go to Child’s Play, you’re actually doing a good deed by picking up this game.
Now Jake Kurzer, Creative lead of the project, runs a Kickstarter project to raise some more money for artwork for Legend. At the time of writing, the project is already funded, but more money will go straight into more art and they also plan to make more leather-bound books available!
If you want to learn more about the fundraiser, please check out the project site. If you want to know more about Legend, check out the official site. It’s available for free right now!
By the way, the project will end on Monday, April 2, so you still have a some time to decide if you want to back it.