Thursday, April 30, 2015

White Star Release Date Announced!

I'm pleased to announce the official release date for White Star: White Box Science Fiction Roleplaying is....

MAY THE FOURTH

That's right, just three days from this announcement, you'll be able to get your hands on a digital copy via RPGNow or DriveThru RPG. Print copies will be available as soon as we get proofs back. It will be available in PDF for $9.99, while print copies will be available in the days to come for $14.99 in softcover 6" x 9" digest format and $24.99 for hardcover 6" x 9" format. Both softcover and hardcover will include the option to purchase Print+PDF bundles for an additional $5.00.

For those who want to get their hands on a PDF copy immediately and don't want to wait for the bundle to become available, a special discount will be sent to all purchasers of the PDF before the print on demand release.

At 130 pages, White Star will include seven new classes, rules for starship combat, modern technology, science fiction weaponry, fifteen new alien races, fifteen alien creatures, a mini-campaign sandbox, a starter adventure and advanced technology like cybernetics! All you need to have your own OSR Sci-fi adventures and 100% compatible with Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox. 

So ignite your Star Sword, fire up the faster-than-light drive and get ready for a galaxy of adventure!

Hardcover front, spine and back.

White Star: White Box Science Fiction Roleplaying is based on Swords & Wizardry: WhiteBox which was originally written by Matt Finch. White Star is written by James M. Spahn, with layout and editing by Jason Paul McCartan, cartography by Matt Jackson, and cover art by Jason Moher.

8 comments:

  1. What a perfect date. This sir might be your best effort yet.

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  2. Sweet dreams are made of this.

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  3. Already working on some new aliens...

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  4. HELL YES! I'll be keeping my eyes firmly peeled.

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  5. This is missing a S&W Compatible Logo. ;)

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    1. We considered including the compatibility logo, but the color scheme was in contrast to the general one of the cover's design. Couldn't quite make it work.

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  6. Any news on the print version of the book?

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