Friday, March 13, 2020

I thought I did this awhile ago but I must have never got around to it.  So! The Wizards Scroll zine Issue 1 is now available as pay what you want in PDF and the print zine can be had for cost.

Rock on OSR

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Total Sales for WB:FMAG

Hi Folks,
It's been a long time since I provided an update for the sales of White Box: Fantastic Medieval Adventure Game.

Print: 396
PDF: 433

Print: 99
PDF: 5,414

Print: 1,862

Print: 2,357
PDF: 5,847

OBS is the king of PDF downloads. Amazon is the king of print.

The game was released in August 2016 (just over 2 years ago) and sales of the print book have always been solid, most likely because the price was low to begin with and now it's currently sold at cost. People may be adding it to their cart without much thought.

Hopefully, at least a small percentage, are giving the game a try and having loads of fun and perhaps, just maybe, discovering the original game that started it all.

Good Journey,

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Life in White Box Land

Hi Folks,
I have updated the links on the right for all the available books and accessories.

Also, I added a couple adventures to the White Box Adventures and Settings List; Phaunt's Tower and Quake Alley Mayhem. Let me know if you are aware of other White Box products that I don't have on the list.

I'm working on the layout for The Wizard's Scroll issue 2. I'm almost to the finish line, but I work on it when I have spare time. I'm hoping it will be released sometime during the fall.

Good Journey!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Updated Links

Hi Folks,
I have finally updated the links on the right. Currently just for the Red cover.

More to come...

Oh and the game name is staying the same! ha

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Links on the right

The links on the right don't work for now. I'm updating the books.

Sorry for the inconvenience!


Saturday, February 25, 2017

White Box Adventures and Settings

S&W WhiteBox Adventures and Settings

Phaunt's Tower by Jonathan Hicks. Farsight Games. 1st to 3rd level.

Quake Alley Mayhem by David Lewis Johnson. DIY RPG Productions. 1st to 3rd Level.

Beyond the Ice-Fall by Joseph D. Salvador. Raven God Games. 1st to 3rd level.

The Ghost Woods Adventure by David Okum. Okum Arts

Golden Eye of the Kobold King by Steven A. Cook. Hogtown Games

The Wererat’s Well by James Spahn. Barrel Rider Games

The Wizard’s Tower by James Spahn. Barrel Rider Games

The Dragon’s Hoard by James Spahn. Barrel Rider Games

Swamp Dungeon of the Bandit Lord by Peter C. Spahn. Small Niche Games

Return of the Mad Hermit by Peter C. Spahn. Small Niche Games

The Tower of Boon Companions by Peter C. Spahn. Small Niche Games

The Snake’s Heart by Brian Fitzpatrick and Vincent Florio. Moebius Adventures. 2nd to 3rd Level.

The Serpents Below by Brian Fitzpatrick and Vincent Florio. Moebius Adventures. 3rd to 4th Level.

The Purple Lotus by Vincent Florio and Brian Fitzpatrick. Moebius Adventures, 3rd to 4th level.
The Nameless City by Alphonso Warden. Mythmere Games 

Too Many Kobolds by Mark Reed. Heroic Journey Publishing

Moans of Dead by Lotheras. Lotheras Gaiden

The Kingdom of Richard by David Okum. Okum Arts Games.

Gathox Vertical Slum by David Lewis Johnson. DIY RPG Productions.

The Phoenix Barony by David Bezio. Grey Area Games

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

The Very Near Future of White Box:FMAG

Hi folks,
As some of you know I'm relaunching White Box:FMAG with a new name, new cover art and new layout. It will also include the most recent errata and typo fixes

The current first printing will be available for 2 more weeks until 2/22. So get them now while you can or wait for the new printing which should be available in March.

It was never my plan to do this big of a change so soon but after recent circumstances it is the best thing to do for the game in the long run.

Last month I dropped the books to cost and then within the week, circumstances around the game changed due to things outside my control.

With the name change, I decided now was the best time to really improve on the presentation of the game. So I spent the money to make the best version I could without commissioning new interior art.

Now the bad news. The new printing will raise the price back up along the same lines as the original prices. But hey, the good news is it will still be cheaper than pretty much everything else out there!

But this time RPGnow will have the premium hardcover on their best paper. Lulu will have a hardcover with a dust jacket and Amazon will continue to have the cheapest paperback option. So a bigger variety of book options.

I'm really excited about where the game is going and the flame of fantasy White Box will continue to burn bright.

Thanks for coming along for the ride.

A very grateful tiny publisher,