But on the bright side, it's also a busy week, lots of interesting OSR products, particularly adventures.
Guess they finished releasing everything?
Deadly Delves: Reign of Ruin - Seems like Jon Brazer Enterprises is publishing Swords & Wizardry modules now (they did a lot of Pathfinder and 5e stuff). This one is for 6th level PCs and has them pitted against a black dragon and a ruined temple. Sounds good until the price tag, $10 for 34 pages.
Dungeon Full of Monsters - From Red Box Vancouver comes this large dungeon. I'm not sure it qualifies as "mega" as it's 5 levels, but each level has 5 sections, so I shouldn't quibble, I guess. And it's 352 pages. Only $15, which seems like a very good deal (hard covers are pricier, but what you'd expect)
Eructation of the Goblin Troll - No, he's not happy to see you, he just is burping. A mid level LL adventure from Unbalanced Die Games. 35 pages, $3.50
Fever Swamp - .Swamp hex crawl for LotFP. $7.99 and 32 pages.
Wrath of Grapes - There's trouble brewing at the winery. Well, fermenting. This is a mini-adventure from Creation's Edge for 4th to 6th level characters. $1.50, 13 pages.
Microlight81 Complete Digest Epub - E-book format for e-readers (as opposed to tablets and PDF) the excellent game. $7.50 and 382
Sabres & Sorcery - Seems to be inspired by Sabres & Witchery, which was sort of a Solomon Kane styled game, though this seems to have more traditional fantasy races as well. $7 and 170 pages.
Space Age Sorcery 1.5 - This is non-fantasy spells for D&D style games. Free, 29 pages
Castle Oldskull: 1000 Rooms of Chaos - Thankfully Rob Zombie had nothing to do with this. But it's another random table product. $2.99 and 63 pages.
Friday Freebie Enhanced Map 10-20-17 - Looks like a combination temple and cave complex. $1 for enhanced version.
RPGPundit Presents #4 - Hipster Elves - The 4th in his series of comedy products, though at $2.99 and 10 pages< I think the joke is on the buyer.
Weird Zone - After Richard Tucholka's death Tri-Tac products are showing up on DTRPG/RPGNow instead of just being sold on cd-rom from their website. But they are a bit overpriced. This systemless game premise seems to have the PCs as dimension travelers in a starship. It's $17.95 and 38 pages