- [Mongoose Publishing] Traveller – Great Rift Adventure 2: Deepnight Endeavour
- [DramaScape] Modern Zombies
- [DramaScape] SciFi Police Station
- Dark Times Issue 2 Now Available
- [Mongoose Publishing] Traveller – Great Rift Adventure 1: Islands in the Rift
- [Chronicle City] Frankenstein Faktoria Role Playing Game
- [Reroll Productions] Age of Anarchy
- [DramaScape] SciFi Rocketship
- D101 Games Winter Sale
- [Traveller] Eve of Rebellion
There are rumors abound that Jonny Gray is working towards an art project for a not so secret new game. Apprently the artwork is so good that you will never find beauty in this world again....but that's for next years awards we are looking for a winner in 2011.
So is there an RPG that you picked up in 2011 and the artwork was amazing. Maybe that's what sold you on the game? Or you picture the artwork when playing because you want your games to be that cool.
To vote for your winner all you need do is write a short citation as to why you think the artwork you are nominating should win this award.
The judging of the award will be down to the votes you receive from the committee based on the citation you have submitted.
Thanks in advance for your input.
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