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Rogue Games annouces Thousand Suns™

March 9, 2007

March 9, 2007 (Chicago, Illinois) — Rogue Games is pleased to announce James Maliszewski’s Thousand Suns™.

Thousand Suns™ is a stand-alone OGL science fiction roleplaying game that includes all the rules needed to play. In addition, it describes the Thousand Suns™ setting, detailing its worlds, alien races, and conflicts.

Thousand Suns™ is a project born out of my long love affair with older space operas like those written by Piper, Anderson, Niven, and Pournelle, as well as newer authors like Banks, Hamilton, Bujold, and Weber,” said Maliszewski.

The setting provides not only lots of detail but plenty of options as well, allowing Game Masters to tailor it to suit their needs. Everything from world building to starship construction and combat to alien species creation is here, so that nothing stands in way of creating the ultimate science fiction adventure.

“I noticed that very few roleplaying games currently in print drew significant inspiration from these sources,” said Maliszewski. “It’s my hope that Thousand Suns™ will appeal to gamers who, like me, enjoy epic sci-fi in the classic mold.”

Thousand Suns™ will be released as a PDF, and will be supported by content on the Rogue Games website.

The future begins July 2007.


About Rogue Games

Based out of Chicago, Illinois and with an office in Toronto, Canada, Rogue Games is dedicated to creating games that make you think, laugh, and more importantly make you want to play. The Rogues live by one simple motto: Games so good they sneak up on you.™

Contact the Rogues at info@rogue-games.net for more information.

Visit Rogue Games at www.rogue-games.net.

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