Wednesday, June 29, 2011

ROLF: The Rollplaying Game of Big Dumb Fighters

A new revision of ROLF: The Rollpalying Game of Big Dumb Fighters after five years is now released by NUELOW Games.

The Rollplaying game is a simple and silly two-player game where the players create a character based on the attributes of Brawn, Body and Brains, to kill the opposing character with attacks revolving on 2d6s.

Aside from carrying Damaging-Inflicting Stuff and having Stuff to Wear, the character can perform combat maneuvers such as Debate Philosophy, Spelling and Walk and Chew Gum to defeat their opponents.

First created and designed by Steve Miller, a former employee of West End Games, TSR and other defunct RPG publishers, and L. L. Hundal with artwork done by Larry Elmore in 1995, the game had been revised in 2006 and was published by ID Adventures.

The current revision of the game has increased the pagecount of the game from 8 pages to 10 and has introduced new rules for more than 2 players.

ROLF: The Rollplaying Game of Big Dumb Fighters is available at RPGNow for $1.00 and proceeds of the game would be donated to the Feed Steve's Hungry Cats Fund.

(Picture credit to RPGNow)

1 comment:

  1. And "donated" means the money will be spent on feeding my two cats... 65 cents out of every dollar! So buy your copy today!

    (And thanks for the mention, Questing GM!)