Since releasing the core rulebook for APOCTHULHU — just a few months ago — we have been excited to see a number of great (and mostly complimentary!) reviews published in a range of online venues.
Today, the much-read “Reviews From R’lyeh” posted their review … which is also pretty complimentary. You can read it here.
BTW for the several folks who have asked how things are progressing with future books in the APOCTHULHU line, the answer is … “very well, thanks for asking” :). We have the written manuscripts for the next two titles submitted and queued for editing. One will be an anthology of epic-sized-scenarios (each the same size as the ready-to-run adventures in the back of the core rulebook, ~50pp each). The other will be the highly-anticipated full sourcebook for William Hope Hodgson’s “Night Land” setting. For this, Kevin Ross has crafted a trio of amazing and imaginative journeys of exploration out into the pitch-black wastelands …
We are predicting both these books will be 2021 titles, with the scenario anthology arriving first. I don’t want to jinx things by setting actual release-dates yet, but rest assured we are working flat-out on getting these out there for folks to use in their Lovecraft and/or Post-Apocalypse games!