August 17, 2003: November ReleasesSteve Jackson Games is proud to announce the following releases for November 2003:
Now you can join the elite Ninja Burger delivery team! You will learn to deliver tasty burgers and fries anywhere. You will bring honor to your franchise. Failure is not an option.
The twisted minds that brought you Chez Geek and Munchkin are back. Based on the popular website at www.ninjaburger.com, this hilarious card game, designed by Steve Jackson, pits you against your fellow trainees in a new Ninja Burger store. Learn the secrets of stealth, swordsmanship, and customer service. Fight for honor, respect, big tips, and that coveted promotion . . .
It's fast-moving. It's fun. You get to be a ninja. What more can you ask from a game?
No matter how secure your office,
Boxed game: 144 oversized cards, three dice, and a rulesheet.
Fear not, intrepid Munchkin Master! Help is at hand!
The Munchkin Master's Screen doesn't contain combat tables. It doesn't contain treasure generation tables. It doesn't even contain pizza-generation tables. What is DOES contain are the tables a true Munchkin Master needs: Adjectives Which Sound Really Nasty, And Some Are; Suggested Non-Combat XP Awards ("Buying this screen for your DM -- 10,000 XP"); and the ever-popular Random Adventure Generator. This is the screen you know you've wanted . . . the only screen designed not for the run-of-the-mill gamer, or for the ordinary munchkin, but for the Munchkin Master!
Four-panel cardboard screen.
On Earth in 2100, some are reaching for the stars . . . but others struggle just to survive. Much of the home world remains mired in war and intrigue, as powerful corporations and high-tech armies fight over resources, markets, and ideas. Cities on the edge of chaos are battlegrounds for covert operations and high-stakes diplomacy, and the developing nations see themselves falling farther and farther behind.
Nations trapped in poverty, environmental disaster areas, and hellholes run by insane dictators . . . high-tech terrorism, rebellion, and crime, and rules for creating biological and chemical weapons . . .dangerous genetic designs, obsolete cybertechnology, and police state software . . . all part of daily life in Transhuman Space: Broken Dreams.
Primal Darkness: The Gothic and Horror Art of Bob Eggleton features -- for the first time anywhere -- the complete collection of Necroscope covers, introduced by Lumley himself. Primal Darkness also includes Eggleton's Lovecraft-inspired Cthulhu pieces, as well as other monster, horrors, and things that go bump in the night.
64-page full-color hardback book.
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