The announcement, which was made on their blog, also said that the company is hoping that British game publisher Cubicle 7 would be their publisher in the upcoming year and this initiaive is part of LPJ Design's business goal to achieve that.
In the blog post, Louis Porter Jr writes;
We have hired several new writers, assigned a LOT of work to them and have our artists in order for work. 52 PDF release this year AND roughly 10 Print on Demand releases too.
But best of all we have made it a business wide goal for LPJ Design for the upcoming year to get picked up by Cubicle 7, to act as our print broker and distributor of our gaming material to retail locations. We talked to them in the past and Angus Abranson seemed interested. I guess we are going to have to prove why they should be working with us. Time to step up our game. Start saving your money NOW, and get ready for August.
This is the second time that LPJ Design has attempted such a fast moving release schedule. Their first attempt was its M&M Superlink line for Mutants and Masterminds which released a weekly product for two years.
(Picture credit to LPJ Design)