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Triumph & Technology Won by Mutants & Magic! Return to the glory days of post-apocalyptic role-playing. Adventure like it's 1978 again!
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Glowburn, art, and more!

Posted by Goodman Games (Creator)

Greetings, fellow mutants!

Never fear, the apocalypse is still on the horizon! Hmm, actually maybe we should fear that...

Here's an update on all things MCC!

Art, Art, and More Art

We're working with a wide range of great old-school artists to build out the interior art on the MCC rulebook. This is an ongoing project (obviously) and there's a steady stream of great art coming in. Here are a few images from the latest batch, by Russ Nicholson and Brad McDevitt.






Some energetic MCC fans have started a podcast devoted to MCC and the post-apocalyptic genre! If you're a backer of the MCC Kickstarter then you simply must check out the first episode of Glowburn!

Listen to Glowburn!
Listen to Glowburn!

New Goodman Games Web Site

Have you visited lately? The site has a whole new look! It's much easier to navigate. Our new online store also includes a feature of interest to DCC RPG fans: it now stocks print products from the DCC RPG third party publishers. You can buy the 3PP products here!

And even though MCC RPG isn't out yet, there are titles on our new web site that might appeal to MCC fans.

New DCC RPG Third Party Kickstarter

As many of you know, we offer a free license to publish products for DCC RPG. (Eventually we will have a similar license for MCC.) The third party publishers have produced some excellent material. There is currently an independent Kickstarter running to produce a licensed DCC RPG supplement: Sky ov Crimson Flame. If you want to some of the wilder, more imaginative side of DCC RPG, the third party product is a great place to go - and this particular Kickstarter is a good place to start. It ends soon so check it out now!

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    1. Keith M on

      I love the bizarre/slightly grotesque aesthetic of the art! Keep 'em coming!

    2. Reid San Filippo

      WOW! Thank you for the shout out for Crawling Under a Broken Moon!