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The Winterworn Keep (Caves of Utter Chaos, Part 4)

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Website & Store Update

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Roswell 51: Out Of This World!

Backer Update #35: It’s Out Of This World! Big news, Roswellians! The production prototype arrived and it is OUT OF THIS WORLD! I was blown away by how all the components look:…

Pittsburgh 68-Rules Overview

June 12th, 2016

Below are links to three playing aids for Shuffling Horror: Pittsburgh 68. The Script For Beginning Play is an overview of the original Pittsburgh 68 rules (with examples of play). Since its release in 2012, some rules have been revised for Roswell 51, the second game in our Shuffling Horror line. One such rule is explained in the Survivor Draw Pile guide (pdf link below) which streamlines the start of the game. Last, but not least, is The Big Screen, a guide to setting up your tabletop for play; this is a great starting for first time Pittsburgh 68 players as it outlines the arrangement of cards for the reel.

P68-Script-Starter Intro-picThe P68 Rules Overview
Pittsburgh 68 – Script For Beginning Play

The Big Screen (Tabletop Layout Instructions)
Pittsburgh 68 – Tabletop Layout

The Survivor Draw Pile (New Survivor Rule)
Pittsburgh 68 – Survivor Draw Pile

These guides can also be found on our Pittsburgh 68 page,
under the Free Bonus Materials section.

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Pittsburgh 68 Tabletop Layout

May 27th, 2016

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For those of you who have played with us at conventions, you’re probably very familiar with this layout! And now, we’ve released a free pdf that explains how to set up your tabletop in a similar fashion, take command as the Director, and run a fearsome Pittsburgh 68 game. This layout is the inspiration for our soon-to-be-released Shuffling Horror Shuffle Board (more info on this is coming very, very soon).

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Here’s the link to this free pdf guide:
The Big Screen: The Pittsburgh 68 Tabletop Layout

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The Big Screen: Tabletop Layout for Pittsburgh 68

May 23rd, 2016

 

P68-Script-Big Screen-picWe’ve posted a new script for Shuffling Horror fans: The Big Screen. This guide provides an overview of the tabletop card layout for Pittsburgh 68 play. This is a great place to start before you dive into the Pittsburgh 68 rulebook as it gives you an overview of how each card pile is used and key rules that you should know as the Director.

Click on the script to open the pdf or follow this hyperlink:
The Big Screen: The Pittsburgh 68 Tabletop Layout

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The Survivor Draw Pile

December 10th, 2015

P68-Script-SDP Rules-picWe’ve got some new rules for Shuffling Horror that will change the way you play! It’s called the Survivor Draw Pile and it streamlines how survivor cards are dealt and revealed during the game. The new SDP rules simplify the game’s original methods.

The SDP completely resolves the dilemma a Director faced when playing a game versus five or more players. In such games, each player would start with an equal number of survivor cards and the remainder would be removed from play.

The SDP also secures that all survivor cards are in-play for all players. It safeguards rapid player elimination, as a player cannot be eliminated while cards remain in the SDP.

Click on the script to see the
full rule details in pdf format.

The Survivor Draw Pile: New Rules For Shuffling Horror

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