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Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-08-04
Voyages of Discovery is finally on sale! Download the preview!

Voyages of Discovery is a complete fantasy game powered by the Modern20 game engine and set in a sword and sorcery world that technologically resembles 19th century Earth. Voyages of Discovery is a complete setting and game system in one book, nothing else is needed to play.

Print Edition
I'll be sending the printer files to Amazon at the end of the week, giving customers a few days to report any typos we missed. Feedback will be rewarded! You can purchase the print edition now (or upgrade later), but please know that is will take allow 4-6 weeks for delivery depending on when you order.

Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-07-06
Defcon 1 and Modern Mayhem print editions are now in stock.

Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-03-16
I'm pleased to announce that Charles Rice's Modern20 is now available in print (and in full color). I sent the files to Booksurge/Amazon last week and they are now ready for printing. It should soon appear on Amazon anytime now and you can order from RPGObjects right now!

Like I did for my first batch of print books, I'm taking orders this week and then ordering stock on Friday. So to ensure your copy order by Friday.

Note that you can get it quicker from Amazon directly, but we make more when you buy it from us. We appreciate the support either way.

Also on Kindle...
Modern20 is soon to be available via Amazon Kindle. This was sort of experiment for me, and it sadly had mixed results.

Unfortunately the kindle doesn't support tables, which really sucks for an RPG book. Using the power of my newly created modern20 database, I was able to make it as Kindle friendly (which uses a subset of HTML but doesn't support the TABLE tag!) as possible.

I still think it's useful if you own a Kindle, but not if your looking up something in a table (i.e. chemistry explosions table). But I'll make this commitment to Kindle users, as Amazon improves better formating options for the Kindle, I'll keep updating the book (and updates are free).