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So, against all odds and in a field of seriously big name titles, D3 Games has won a Gaming Genius Award.
Our first release and flagship title; 'Kamarathin: Kingdom of Tursh' won the 2011 Gaming Genius Award for Best Writing!
To say that we are excited, grateful and stunned would be an understatement. To add to this, our nomination was put in by a fan, which has made this even more amazing for us.
We'd like to thank all of those
The upcoming release of USA50 is nearly upon us. The manuscript is on the final edits before being sent off to Hero Games for approval. We estimate that the first title in the Neptune City Narratives product line; USA50: West will be available within 30-60 days after GenCon.
Initial release will be PDF (through DriveThruRPG.com) and Print on Demand (through Lulu.com).
D3 Games has acquired the license to publish titles in a new product line titled "Surbrooks Stuff". The name should be familiar to those in the Hero Games community who have likely used or perused Mike’s website of the same name.
Surbrooks Stuff will carry on the long tradition of creating characters, creatures, gadgets and all manner of miscellany that author, Michael "Susano" Surbrook, has become well known for.
"We are thrilled to have Mike
D3 Games has managed to get copies of our titles into the 'Coolest Store in Battle Creek!' Titan's Entertainment Cafe now carries the full range of D3 Games products with the added benefit of free coffee! How sweet of a deal is that?
The best fantasy setting plus free coffee!
With the 6th Edition of Fantasy Hero being released next month, you can be sure that picking up Kamarathin: Kingdom of Tursh will have you ready with the perfect setting to try out all that shiny-new
For those of you that are as excited about the Kamarathin setting as I am, I am letting you know what future books we have in the pipeline.
Unfortunately, the Kingdom of Beilean book has been placed on a temporary hiatus until we can decide on a new format for it. Likely it will be a set of smaller 'gazetteer' style books rather than a 300 page monstrosity like ‘Kamarathin: Kingdom of Tursh’ was. This decision has many reasons for its existence, but the priority