Exile Game Studios Spills the Beans on Mars!

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Coming soon to a Kickstarter Activity Feed near you is a long-anticipated project from Exile Game Studio that promises to reveal a whole new world of adventure. According to Jeff Combos, the Great Nazi-Smashing, T-Rex of the Galaxy himself, the project should go live on or around the 1st of July.

What project, you say?


Long in development, this product promises to extend the blisteringly fast action of Exile’s flexible, easy-to-learn Ubiquity Roleplaying System to the red sands of an alien world and all the adventure it can hold. Revelations of Mars is the next source book in the Hollow Earth Expedition line and will take us away from the inner world to outer space and a fictionalized red planet of heroic pulp adventure.

There is no word on whether or not it will bring us back again.

The Kickstarter project will run from July 1st through 31st, 2013 and can be found HERE.

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2 Responses to “Exile Game Studios Spills the Beans on Mars!”
  1. Gawain says:

    Fantastical News! As a recent convert to the Ubiquity system I am looking forward to the new source book, and what Mr. Combos can create.

    • Runeslinger says:

      I think it will be a lot of fun~ Exploring dying empires on a dying world, dusty treks over lethal red sands, getting rescued by alien princesses…

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