Through Friday, January 2
-- the new year! -- we resurrect our Family-Friendly RPGs
collection from last December. These are easy, fast-playing, colorful tabletop RPGs especially designed to bring new young players into the roleplaying hobby. Some of these games are designed for parents to play with their kids; others are simple enough to hand off to the kids and let them teach themselves.
For just US$6.95,
you get all four
games in our starter collection (retail value $36):
- Hero Kids
(retail $6): An ideal introduction to fantasy roleplaying for children aged 4 to 10.
- Mermaid Adventures
(retail $10): Exciting undersea adventures and strange mysteries. Includes a coloring book! (Ages 6-11.)
- The Princes' Kingdom
(retail $10): Young heirs to the throne of Islandia, visiting the citizens of their land and solving problems. (Ages 5+, plus an adult.)
- Happy Birthday, Robot!
(retail $10): The charming storytelling game by Daniel Solis for families or classrooms. (Ages 9+ -- and especially good for grownups.)
And if you pay more than the threshold price (starting at $13.95), you'll LEVEL UP and get our complete collection of five bonus games
worth another $54:
- Adventures in Oz - Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road
(retail $7): A loving journey into the lands of L. Frank Baum. (Ages 8+.)
- Camp Myth: The RPG
(retail $10): Third Eye's adaptation of the Chris Lewis Carter YA novel series about mythic creatures at summer camp. (Ages 8-13.)
- Project Ninja Panda Taco
(retail $12): Jennifer (Jennisodes)
Steen's game of competing Masterminds and their biddable Minions. (Ages 8+.)
- School Daze
(retail $10): It's high school the way you wish it could be. (Ages 13+.)
- The Zorcerer of Zo
(retail $15): Chad Underkoffler's classic game of fairy tales set in the Zantabulous Land of Zo. (Ages 5+.)
If you paid full price for all these .PDFs, you'd spend $90!
Ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees)is split equally between the two international charities chosen by our indie designers: Save the Children
and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The starting threshold price of this Family-Friendly RPGs collection is weighted to keep it from rising too fast. The sooner you buy, the lower the threshold, and the cheaper the bonus games. And you can give a Bundle of Holding as a gift -- either a generic gift code good for any one bundle, or a gift download link for this specific bundle that's good even after the offer ends. These .PDFs make great gifts for the holidays or any time of year -- there's never a bad time to introduce a young person to roleplaying!
This Family-Friendly RPGs
collection is one of five
current Bundle of Holding offers! It ends Friday, January 2.
Gosh, is it almost 2015 already? http://bundleofholding.com/index/current/name/Family