Fourteen New Free Microlite20 Downloads (Including 5e Variants)

Microlite20 logoI’ve added a number of new Microlite20 supplements and variants to the download area of the RetroRoleplaying web site. Some of these are brand new, others are updates of older files. Three new Microlite20 “5e” variants are included. Both the downloads and the games are free.

Added: In case you can’t figure out how to download files, the links below take you to a file description page where you can see what the file is about. To actually download the file, you then have to click on the file name (just under the blue download name bar and just above the Filesize/Views/Downloads/etc. line — the file name you need to click on has a file extension –usually .pdf).

Randall Stukey

Randall is the author and publisher of a number of old school games (Microlite74, Microlite81, BX Advanced, etc) through RetroRoleplaying.com. Randall's main job, however, is being caregiver for his MS-afflicted cancer survivor wife. You can support Randall with a donation to the RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund.

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Andrew Domino
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Thanks for the mention of my "Ultimate" games but the links don't seem to work. The latest versions are here at my website:
http://dominowriting.com/tabletop-games

Randall
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Andrew – The links in the post take you to a file description page. To download the file, you then have to click on the file name (just under the blue download name bar and just above the Filesize/Views/Downloads/etc. line — it has a file extention of .pdf). It's the same system as on the old and really missed (by me, at least) Microlite20 SMF forum.

Rachel Ghoul
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You know, just this week I'd been thinking about how to go about a Microlite 5e. So this is wonderful timing, now I won't have to grapple with it myself! Randall, you're the master of anticipating my gaming needs.

Randall
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Rachel – I think the credit should go to those who wrote the 5e variants. All I did was find them and finally remember to put them in the download area. 😉