I really solid location for an adventure! Lots of fun details, locals, characters, and dangers to encounter, with a huge amount of room for GM's to create unique scenarios within it. Totally recommended.
A downloadable game
Forget booze-bending snore leave, take your UTO hours to one of our safe and thrilling Dinoplex theme stations!
Corporate-horror laden tourism turns to terrifying disaster scenario when a pyrotechnics malfunction looses starving dinosaurs on hapless visitors.
Dinoplex: Cataclysm is a sci-fi horror pamphlet adventure for Mothership (Tuesday Knight Games), or your favorite sci-fi tabletop RPG system. It's loaded with bonus props to delight and frighten your players and ready to go as a one-shot or slot into your ongoing campaign. It includes:
- A colorful hex-map of the park and its features.
- Tantalizing park attractions, including: the Tricera Rodeo, a shooting gallery (with live targets), and the Extinction Extravaganza.
- New items, NPCs, Dinosaurs, and more.
- Three audio files of unsettling PA system announcements to play at your table.
- An authentic liability waiver handout full of devious fine print.
- A player-facing map handout with dino-locating minigame.
- Separate color and B&W files for easy printing.
Pamphlet Written by Ian Yusem (Moonbase Blues)
Liability Waiver Written by Emily Weiss, Esq.
Layout by Eric K. Hill (Green Tomb)
Map and Cover Design by Meredith Silver
Audio Written and Performed by Ian Yusem w/ Sound by Eric K. Hill
Trailer Video by Meredith Silver
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Read our review for this wonderful adventure here: https://podofblunders.com/2021/04/23/dinoplex-cataclysm/
The settings on that stun lance!
& the map is so dead-on, just looking at it was enough to trigger my theme park anxiety.
Every bullet is it’s own splash of setting, brick-like both in foundation and density. Unpacking each one feels like is a calendar of tiny doors hiding titanic chocolates.
And the stats on those dinosaurs scream “find” “another “way”.
You didn’t give the are-they-heavy-well-then-they-re-expensive-put-them-back binoculars any mechanics, did you? …You did! And it’s perfect!
Scariest part: You gave cocaine a sequel.
Oh, and I know i’ve never gotten over the promotional material plastered over my paychecks, but seeing promos on the liability waiver brought that right to my forethought and i felt, in that moment, seen in a way both tasteful and imperative.
All the above covers maybe 100 of the 2000-word dear that is this lovingly bowed letter-fold adventure pamphlet. Print it out online or at the office store to give it out as a stocking stuffer for the person in your life with the dino pj bottoms to let them know you know them good.
I love all of this. You guys are the best.