"Through Monday, October 24 the all-new Bundle of Nerves +4 presents the fourth annual collection of horror and dark-fantasy RPGs for every taste.
This new collection includes Kickstarter successes like Undying (a diceless Apocalypse Engine tribute to Vampire: The Masquerade), Breakfast Cult, and the unusual Ten Candles, a game of tragic horror played entirely by candlelight. Pay just US$8.95 to get all four titles in this offer’s Starter Collection (retail value $45) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks:
- EPOCH (Imaginary Empire, retail price $8): The “Experimental Paradigm of Cinematic Horror” — character- (and card-) driven horror-movie survival adventure.
- Shadows Over Sol (Tab Creations, retail $15): Hard-sf horror in a dark Solar System two centuries hence, from the designer of Against the Dark Yogi.
- The Hell House Beckons (Kiel Chenier, retail $12): An Old School haunted-house toolkit and adventure of brain-cauterizing terror.
- Sins of the Father (Third Eye Games, retail $10): You’re hellborn — your soul was sold long before you were born. Can you get it back?
- Undying (Magpie Games, $15): A diceless Apocalypse Engine game of generational vampiric intrigue, a tribute to Vampire: The Masquerade.
- Demon Hunters: A Comedy of Terrors (Dead Gentlemen, retail $15): The 2015 Fate-based Second Edition of this ridculous-horror RPG of small-town monster fighters.
- The Cold Ruins of Lastlife (Magpie Games, retail $10): A Dungeon World Chaos World of undead characters seeking lost memories.
- Breakfast Cult (Liberi Gothica Games, retail $15): School days meet the End of Days in this Fate Accelerated game of detention at Occultar Academy.
- Ten Candles (Cavalry Games, retail $10): Tragic horror in a darkened room with ten tea candles. When the last candle goes out….
- EPOCH: The Experiment Continues (retail $7): New rules and four scenarios take EPOCH into new horror-movie genres.
- NEW! Undying: All Men Must Die (retail $3): Undying designer Paul Riddle adapts his game to handle medieval court intrigue a la Game of Thrones."