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Assault: The War Clone Chronicles (TWCC) is a strategic turn-based card game that pits two futuristic clones of historic Generals against each other. After hundreds of years, former world leaders like George Washington and Napoleon Bonaparte finally collide in an epic battle. Players will construct a deck from a large pool of cards, choose... [click here for more]
Time’s unraveling across the galaxy and the only hope are two people who’d rather kill each other than work together.
Drake Bane is a low-class smuggler and general grit in the galaxy’s wheels of progress. He finds himself on the wrong side of a goblin mob boss and gets the choice to either steal an ancient relic or test space decompression up close. When his ship’s... [click here for more]
In the aftermath of a battle a ship drifts helplessly in space. Is the strange new warship they were fighting still out there? Will it come back for them? Commander Johnson faces a desperate race to get her destroyer back into action and save her crew.
"If you liked Alien, you'll love Independence." "I would recommend this to anyone looking for a deep science fiction story. It... [click here for more]
The Mandrake Leonne is one of the most valuable relics lost to time. Treasure hunters have sought it out, and now three lucky souls have found its trail. However, the path is cursed with dangers they must maneuver through to locate their fortunes and fates.
This is part 1 of a serialized story. A new part of the story will be released each month.
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Our senses define existence, give substance to reality, grounding us in a communal realm where “up” and “down” are clearly, universally defined. But for those plugged in to the Engine, a new existence awaits.
‘Lost Reality’ promised Ted and his friends the ultimate experience in state-of-the-art virtual reality. Able to manipulate the senses of users, the virtual... [click here for more]
If you've read the independent satire, sci-fi, horror sensation that is the Island of Dr. Morose; you know how deliciously gruesome, gory and gritty it is. What you may not know is that author Mike Gagnon originally conceived of the book as a graphic novel, a project that was completely plotted, fully scripted before the project ultimately died. Like any great story, or zombie, it just wouldn't rest,... [click here for more]