Easy, fast-playing tabletop boardgames for one or two players set in the far future of the TRAVELLER roleplaying game -- on zombie-infested modern Earth -- and on other planets, fighting 1950s-style B-movie monsters!
These .PDF files include complete rulebooks, full-color maps, and 100-200 counters apiece. Print them on cardstock, cut out the pieces, and your game can be ready in half an hour or less.
Each player in BLACK DEATH is a different strain of plague in 14th-Century Europe, and whoever racks up the highest body count wins.
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Warm up your printer: The Bundle of Holding declares War on Everything with this all-new, bargain-priced collection of print-and-play tabletop board wargames that range across the Earth and into space. These small, fast-playing games, most for one or two players, include full-color .PDFs of the complete rules, maps, and no more than 100-200 counters apiece. With a color printer and some cardstock, you can get up and running in half an hour or less, and a game takes just 1-2 hours. Fight dimensional invaders, colossal rock-monsters, zombie hordes, and fleets of starships -- and play a disease that wipes out medieval Europe!
Launch the conflict for just US$7.95 to get all four boardgames in our Declaration Collection (retail value $48), including the classic Traveller close-combat game Snapshot, Tiny Battle Publishing's Invaders From Dimension X! and Zombie War, and the morbid historical multiplayer game Black Death.
Pay more than the threshold price of $19.02 to build up your forces with our entire Escalation Collection that adds four more games worth an additional $60, including Mayday (another Traveller boardgame); the complete Starfire Core Rules Bundle (with the Revised Tactical Rulebook, Imperial Starfire, and Sky Marshal #2) from Starfire Design Studio; and Tiny Battle's two Dimension X sequel games: Space Vermin From Beyond! and Attack of the 50 Foot Colossi!
In a September 2011 BoardgameGeek forum post, Mark "ZombieMark" Mitchell offers "crazy-quick and stupid-simple" advice for printing and assembling print-and-play wargame components.
Learn more about our offers at our official blog, Beyond the Bundle.