The House of Geekery, in addition to being a blog about all things geekish, is a venue for material from several interrelated RPG projects, all written by Jasyn Jones:
- ∞ Infinity Gaming System (∞ Infinity for short), my own little omni-genre action-movie roleplaying game. The following are all settings for ∞ Infinity.
- Guns in The Outlaw: Mad Max meets The Lord of the Rings. It’s 2039, and the world has been remade by three apocalypses: The Plague, The Collapse, and The Emergence of Magic (monsters, spells, and non-human races). There are but a few islands of order, the rest is The Outlaw, the lawless expanse. “Guns” are Outlaw freelancers: mercenaries, bounty hunters, and, yes, even criminals. When people need protection, when they need revenge, when they need a monster hunted and killed, they hire Guns. In post-Emergence America, where dragons fly and spells actually work, Guns are the heroes and villains of The Outlaw.
- Infinity ∞ Files: The walls between our world and an infinite universe of alternate Realities are breaking down. Portals to other worlds are opening up, flooding our Reality with things that cannot exist. Magical artifacts. Psychic abilities. Super powers. Our Reality is being swept away. Agents of the Infinity Group, it is your job to find these portals and close them, to save our Reality from utter destruction.
- Dead Man’s Land: You are the zombie. The zombie apocalypse has arrived, and you are infected. Slowly dying from the zombie plague, you are becoming more like them every day, and are gaining strange powers thereby. You can feel their presence. See through their eyes. And even control them. Between the last walled Sanctuaries of the human race and fallen cities thronging with the dead is a vast territory that is your domain: Dead Man’s Land.
- Storm Knights: Torg, remastered for ∞ Infinity. (A fan’s reworking of an incredible game.)
Material about these will be posted at random intervals, as circumstances and motivation permit.
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And, if you’re looking for some more in-depth info about how all this got started, check out our very first post ever, Hello World!