Explore Cybergeneration RPG’s Totally F’ed Up Version of Denver

September 8th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

Don’t let the meteor strike, corporate-government oppression or virulent nano-plague get you down. It’s actually the tattered economy, fascist paramilitary police forces and psychotic teen gangs that should be getting you down. Hey, it was an easy world to live in, they wouldn’t have made an RPG out of it.

Milk Run Not Such an Easy Ride for Alpha Omega

June 10th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

Milk Run is an introductory adventure for the Alpha Omega RPG. It’s a great way to jump into this post-apocalyptic world, with some nice story hooks, some mystery and a ton of cinematic action. The name might be a little misleading, though.

Alpha Omega Caption Contest Winners

May 14th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

The results are in. There is sure to be much controversy, some it violent and involving shrapnel.

Caption Contest: Win a Copy of Alpha Omega!

May 8th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

The team at Mind Storm Labs has conspired with Robot Viking to put together a truly stupendous contest. It is the Alpha and Omega of caption contests, if you will. Come up with a hilarious caption for this knife-wielding tot and you could win a free copy of the Alpha Omega Core Rulebook, plus a […]

The Encountered Gives Alpha Omega a Trove of Freaky Creatures

May 5th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

What’s an RPG without a creature catalog? A few slices short of a loaf, I say. My favorite sourcebooks have always been the bestiaries, and The Encountered serves up a healthy dose of weird to mix into your post-apocalyptic Alpha Omega campaign.

Alpha Omega: a Unique Vision of a Bizarre and Fascinating Future

April 30th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

Almost 300 years from now, Earth will still tremble with the reverberations of a cosmic war. Fortresslike city-states dot the wastelands, which are stalked by hideous mutants and shambling horrors that look suspiciously like undead. In Mind Storm Labs’ RPG Alpha Omega, the world is a terrifying place, but you just might be bad-ass enough […]