Pulp Action Library holding Birthday sale

Pulp Action Library is having a birthday, but you’re the one who gets the presents with the sale they’ve got going on.

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From the birthday invite:

It’s been a year since Pulp Action Library first stepped out of the shadows, fedora on head and pint of industrial-grade liquor in hand. Take a look at our rules – from ‘Caveman!’ and ‘Battle-Troll’ through ‘Eat Hitler!’ and ‘Mad Dogs with Guns’.

Because games are meant to be fun.

Good through Sept 26th.

The Mayan Apocalypse Fire Sale going on now from Pulp Action Library

Pulp Action Library is having themselves a fire sale in honor of us all about to be engulfed in flames during the apocalypse.

From the sales sheet:

It’s the Mayan Apocalypse this week! And if that’s not an excuse for an outfit called Pulp Action Press (located in an underground lair beneath a lost jungle temple in Guatemala) to celebrate, I don’t know what is!

So, we’ll do a sale for the “Getting Ready for the End of the World” aspect on the 20th (because you ought to spend all your money, right?) and one for “Phew! Lucky We Don’t Use the Same Calendar” on the 22nd. We assume you’ll spend the 21st staring at the skies. but if you get a break —- well, the sale’s on as well.

Everything is 25% off”
Mad Dogs with Guns PDF $13.50
Mad Dogs with Guns Softcover $18
Eat Hitler – the Nazi Taste Treat PDF $4.50

Wait until the 20th for sale prices — good until we all burn in a fireball, or midnight on the 22nd, whichever comes first.

“Eat Hitler – The Nazi Taste Treat” available from Pulp Action Library

Pulp Action Library has a rather interesting offering available over on Wargame Vault. Eat Hitler, the game where you’re a dinosaur looking to nosh some Nazis.

From the release:

New from Pulp Action Library:

Berlin 1945: When Hitler and his cronies use a time machine to evade the final Soviet attack, things go from bad to —- something else! In a Jurassic landscape, each player portrays a dinosaur intent on snacking on these yummy jackbooted appetizers. Your aim is to gain points by chomping down Nazis – and some are worth more than others – then move the surviving Aryan supermen so that other players have a hard time reaching them. Move a brontosaurus as an obstacle, or have a stegosaurus thwack at passing leaders of the Third Reich with his tail! Cheesy

It’s an hour of wacky anti-fascist fun. Bring your own plastic dinosaurs, tiny Nazis, dice and sense of humour. PDF, six of those American dollars is all.

Pulp Action Library releases Mad Dogs with Guns, new minis game set in the Roaring 20s

Pulp Action Library has released their new minis game, Mad Dogs with Guns, based on the Roaring 20s (you’ve all read The Great Gatsby, right?).

From the announcement:

Roderick Robertson and I, founders, owners and Capos di Tutti Capi of Pulp Action Library are happy to announce the release of “Mad Dogs With Guns”, our 1920s Prohibition Era shoot ’em up rules. Mr. Capone says you should buy several copies. You know, you got a nice place here – be a shame if anything happened to it.
“Mad Dogs” uses the core mechanisms from “Astounding Tales!”, but in a more structured and “realistic” way, in that Big Shots can get shot, and puny mob ‘associates’ can get lucky with a cheap pistol every now and then. You can drive like a maniac, throw dynamite through your rival’s window, and occasionally get beaten up by a little old lady.
It has a full set of gangland scenarios and a campaign system to run rackets in the imaginary, yet totally corrupt, city of Paradise, Illinois.
This is done in association with Copplestone Castings’ “Gangsters – Mad Dogs With Guns” range of figures.
“Mad Dogs With Guns” is available from Wargames vault at $18 for the PDF version or $29 for the print copy, or $45 for one of each as a bundle. Right now only the PDF version is showing up. You get six free pages to make your mind up, because we’re swell guys.