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​GO ON VACATION WITH ROBOTS, MUTANTS & ALIENS - FREE LEAGUE SUMMER SALE LAUNCHED!

Press Release   •   Jul 05, 2018 09:20 BST

Time for vacation, folks! Pack your bags and escape to an alternate 1980's, a post-apocalyptic Zone, or into outer space! The Free League Summer Sale is here and new worlds awaits you.

Take advantage of huge saving of up to 40% off on an epic tabletop RPG portfolio. Free League Publishing have grabbed their magical sword and slashed the prices for an abundance of games and add-ons inlcuding Tales from the Loop RPG, Corolis - The Third Horizon and Mutant: Year Zero.

Epic discounts on RPGs, compendiums, custom dice sets, GM-screens, maps covering your new favourite vacation spots, card decks as well as art books and posters by critically acclaimed artist Simon Stålenhag.

The Summer Sale will run from now until July 15.

Read more abut the Free League Summer Sale:

http://frialigan.se/en/store/

THE FREE LEAGUE SUMMER SALE - UP TO 40% OFF:

GAMES:

  • Tales from the Loop RPG – Roleplaying in the ’80s That Never Was
  • Tales from the Loop - Our Friends the Machines 
  • Mutant: Year Zero RPG – Roleplaying at The End of Days
  • Mutant: Genlab Alpha
  • Mutant Year Zero: Die, Meat-Eater, Die!
  • Mutant Year Zero: Dead Blue Sea
  • Mutant Year Zero: Lair of the Saurians
  • Coriolis - Atlas Compendium
  • Coriolis – The Dying Ship
  • Custom GM-screens, dice sets, card decks and maps

ART BOOKS & POSTERS

  • Tales from the Loop - Art book by Simon Stålenhag
  • Things from the Flood - Art book by Simon Stålenhag
  • Tales from the Loop and Things from the Flood posters

ABOUT THE GAMES:

TALES FROM THE LOOP- ROLEPLAYING IN THE '80s THAT NEVER WAS

[Awarded five Gold ENnies - among them Best Game and Product of the Year 2017]

In 1954, the Swedish government ordered the construction of the world’s largest particle accelerator. The facility was complete in 1969, located deep below the pastoral countryside of Mälaröarna. The local population called this marvel of technology The Loop.

Acclaimed scifi artist Simon Stålenhag’s paintings of Swedish 1980s suburbia, populated by fantastic machines and strange beasts, have spread like wildfire worldwide. Stålenhag’s portrayal of a childhood against a backdrop of old Volvo cars and coveralls, combined with strange and mystical machines, creates a unique atmosphere that is both instantly recognizable and utterly alien.

Now you have the chance to step into the amazing world of the Loop. The Mysteries let the characters encounter the strange machines and weird creatures that have come to haunt the countryside after the Loop was built. The kids get to escape their everyday problems and be part of something meaningful and magical – but also dangerous.

CORIOLIS - THE THIRD HORIZON

[Awarded the ENnies Judges’ Spotlight 2017]

The scifi adventure Coriolis - The Third Horizon is set in a remote cluster of star systems ravaged by conflicts and war, but also home to proud civilizations, both new and old. Here, the so called First Come colonists of old worship the Icons, while the newly arrived Zenithians pursue an aggressive imperialistic agenda through trade and military power.

You will crew a space ship and travel the Horizon. You will explore the ancient ruins of the Portal Builders, undertake missions for the powerful factions and partake in the game of political intrigue on Coriolis station – the center of power in the Third Horizon. Whatever your calling is, together you will make your own fate. In the end you might even discover the truth about the mysterious Emissaries and the threat of the Dark Between the Stars.

MUTANT: YEAR ZERO - ROLEPLAYING AT THE END OF DAYS

[Awarded a Silver ENnie for Best Rules 2015]

Of course, the world ends. It was always just a question of time. When it’s all over, nature invades the ruined cities and winds sweep through empty streets. Yet life remains. In the Ark, a small settlement on the edge of a dead town, the People live. You are the spawn of humanity, but not human anymore. You are twisted, mutated freaks. Your bodies and minds have incredible powers, but you are unstable. None of the People are over 30 years old. Except the Elder. Your leader, one of the Old People. He has always warned you: Stay in the Ark, or the Rot will get you. So far, you have obeyed him. But now the safe days are over. Food is running scarce, and the fight for what’s left is turning violent. And the Elder is dying. 

It’s time to explore the Zone. To seek out others and create a new civilization on the ruins of the old. Seek your origin. Maybe you will find Eden, where salvation awaits according to the legends. Maybe it’s all bullshit. It doesn’t matter. You have no choice. This is the beginning. This is  Year Zero.

ABOUT THE BOOKS:

THINGS FROM THE FLOOD BY SIMON STÅLENHAG

The Loop is closed. Life is returning to normal when the pastoral countryside is suddenly flooded by dark water from the huge abandoned underground facility. Rumors spread in classrooms and schoolyards, stories about the flood and how it has brought something with it. One thing is clear: the past is not ready to be forgotten.

In the artbook Things from the Flood, Simon Stålenhag continues the stories of Tales from the Loop, memories of a Nordic childhood infused with strange machines and weird creatures from other dimensions. In Things from the Flood, Stålenhag moves his focus from the ’80s to the ’90s, the decade of great change when the outside world truly came to Scandinavia. These are tales of the trials of youth, of schoolyard hazings, of first kisses, of finding yourself – and robots.

TALES FROM THE LOOP - ART BOOK BY SIMON STÅLENHAG

In 1954, the Swedish government ordered the construction of the world’s largest particle accelerator. The facility was complete in 1969, located deep below the pastoral countryside of Mälaröarna. The local population called this marvel of technology The Loop. These are its strange tales.

Simon Stålenhag’s paintings of Swedish 1980s suburbia, populated by fantastic machines and strange beasts, have spread like wildfire on the Internet. The 2015 Kickstarter for the English version of the book raised over $320,000. Stålenhag’s portrayal of a childhood against a backdrop of old Volvo cars and coveralls, combined with strange and mystical machines, creates a unique atmosphere that is both instantly recognizable and utterly alien.

In the artbook, Simon Stålenhag’s first set of paintings are collected in book form—together with texts that tell the stories of the youth who lived in the shadows of the machines.

Free League Publishing is a Swedish publisher dedicated to speculative fiction. We have published several award-winning tabletop role-playing games and critically acclaimed art books set in strange and wondrous worlds.

Our first game, the post-apocalyptic Mutant: Year Zero was awarded a Silver ENnie for Best Rules 2015. The sci-fi adventure Coriolis - The Third Horizon, was awarded a Judge's Spotlight Award at Gencon. And we are proud to say that our latest roleplaying game Tales from the Loop RPG based on Simon Stålenhags iconic artbooks made a grand slam at the ENnie Awards 2017, winning five Gold ENnies - among them Best Game.

Our upcoming fantasy RPG is Forbidden Lands, with art by critically acclaimed artist Simon Stålenhag and iconic Swedish fantasy artist Nils Gulliksson, lore by fantasy author Erik Granström and game design by the team that created Mutant: Year Zero, Coriolis: The Third Horizon and Tales from the Loop RPG. Forbidden Lands was the third most successful RPG Kickstarter in the world 2017 and was recently named one of the most anticipated RPGs of 2018 by EN World.

We have also released the critically acclaimed art books Things from the Flood and Tales from the Loop by artist Simon Stålenhag. His third book The Electric State has been released by Free League Publishing exclusively to the backers of the kickstarter campaign.

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