The story of a wizard I never really wanted to play, who went on to become my second-most effective character in our ongoing D&D campaign.
Ever since the Stargate SG-1 RPG came out, I've been looking for its books on Amazon.com. Since Alderac's Spycraft books were available, I figured Stargate would be as well.
Crimson Skies is an arcade flight simulator set in an alternative reality in which America was shattered into a half-dozen nation-states in the aftermath of World War I. In the game's version of the 1930s, most transportation is handled by giant airships. Sky pirates, flying an assortment of unique prop-driven planes, prey on these airships, battling among rival gangs for the spoils that fall to earth.
Last week's WISH, which I'm only just now getting around to, dealt with gamer burn out.
NBOS Software soon enters the space age with "AstroSynthesis", a revolutionary new 3D star mapping system for gamers, authors, and space buffs.
Recently, Alderac announced they were ending the Shadowforce Archer campaign setting for its Spycraft d20 espionage game. Naturally, fans of the setting were shocked and upset by this, but personally, I was happy about the news.