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Rogue Games GenCon 2007 Plans

July 30, 2007

With Gen Con 2007 less then a month away, Rogue Games has a lot going on.

With over two years in development, and demos already sold out, Rogue Games releases Colonial Gothic (ROG 1700 $24.99 US). Everything you need to run adventures and create heroes during the American Revolution is found in this book. Colonial Gothic is a supernatural historical horror roleplaying game set during the dawn of the American Revolution.

If that is not enough, copies of the Thousand Suns Preview will be available as well. Thousand Suns Preview is a science fiction roleplaying game that includes all the rules needed to play. In addition, it describes the Thousand Suns Preview setting, detailing its worlds, alien races, and conflicts. 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. This preview will be free, and for those not attending Gen Con, it will be available for download starting on the day Gen Con begins.

In addition to the above, Kitchen Kombat and Cookie Jar will be available as well.

Rogue Games is also taking part in the Indie Games Passport, as well as a cross promotion with VixenTor Games.

Make sure to stop by the Heliograph/Grey Ghost Press/Rogue Games/Zygote Games booth (#1535) for demos as well as to learn what the Rogues have planned for the next year.

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