We discovered Alpha Omega, the post-apocalyptic cyberpunk horror game from Mind Storm Labs, back in April. We were immediately impressed, both by the production values and the content of the core book. Ever since AA001, we’ve been trying to get creators David Carter and Earl Fischl on the show. Finally, they’re here! Mind Storm President, Tom McLaughlin, also joined in the conversation.
Special Discount For Atomic Array listeners:
$15.00 off Alpha Omega!!!
Discount Code: “Atomic”
New World Science & Engineering Commission (NWSEC): The Alpha Omega community site has a setting wiki, a collaboration section where players and GMs can rub shoulders, an internet player finder, and much more. You can even follow the ongoing exploits of NWSEC field operatives, such as the intrepid Roger Traffler.
Are you a freelance author or artist? Feel free to contact Mind Storm Labs at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about how you can contribute to Alpha Omega.
“My Lead Foot, Part I”
We wrap up the Shadows of Cthulhu give away, and tell you how you can win one of two Alpha Omega book sets. Each set will include the Core Rulebook, Milk Run (the first AO adventure) and The Encountered: Volume I (the AO monster manual). Don’t forget, you still have a week to enter the Pathfinder give away.
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Want to learn more about Alpha Omega? Read on…
- Atomic Array: Episode 012: Alpha Omega
- Gamer Dome: Interview with Roger Traffler of the NWSEC
- Mad Brew Labs: AO: The Evolution of Sci-Fi Roleplaying
- Gnome Stew: Alpha Omega: How to GM this New RPG
- RPGAggression: Rudis Review: Alpha Omega
- Mind Storm Labs: Alpha Omega Core Rulebook (Sample)
- Mind Storm Labs: The Encountered, Vol. 1 (Sample)
Special Offer from Atomic Array: $15 off Alpha Omega when you enter the coupon code “Atomic” during purchase. Drop by Mind Storm Labs to pick up your copy today!
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There is a lot more to Alpha Omega than we could fit into this one episode. Feel free to ask questions, or leave a comment on the site. You can also share Atomic Array with a friend, or contact us directly. In fact, we’d love to hear what you think about Alpha Omega. Tell us what you like (or don’t), and what you’d like to see from Mind Storm in the future.
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