Thursday, 15 December 2011

20% Off Code on DriveThru -Happy Holidays and all that

Man, I hate Christmas.  Man, I almost hate December as much as I hate Christmas.  I hate Winter almost as much as I hate December (and so on...)

As I sniff back the mucus from this seasonally-related head-cold-flu-bug, I have to remind myself how special this time is for us Shoppers and Worshippers of Capitalism - how we all come together share how spending joy in the shopping centres, who are eager to bless and receive our hard earned credit, as we desperately placate the technologically jaded children and loved ones.  Here, after last year, very few folk are hoping for a "White Christmas", when slightly more snow than normal fell in this almost-northern European island, and shut the country down.

All I want for Christmas is CthulYOU!
Naturally, I blame Canada - if only because they are smart enough to have chains for their tires and are generally unfazed by "big" weather. They probably sent a whole load of weather our way, in revenge for the Monty Python Lumberjack song, or something like that.

"But the faces of the happy children!" I hear you cry.  Yeah, yeah, light in the midwinter darkness.  Yadda, yadda... ;)

Forget all that.  Treat yourself to some cool RPG downloads!

Lots of companies are running special offers and bundle deals - so remember to have a good shop around. 

DriveThruRPG are providing a 20% Off code (that's like a whole fifth off) which is valid for all of the following products:

Adventure Companion (FantasyCraft) [Crafty Games]
Age of Cthulhu 5: The Long Reach of Evil [Goodman Games]
Smallville: The Watchtower Report [Margaret Weis Productions]
Huxtropy (D&D 4E) [Silent7Seven Games]
Shambles [A Terrible Idea]*

The code to use at checkout is
Expires: January 18th, 2012.

* Man, this is a strange looking game:
"Shambles is an RPG in which you explore life as a Zombie. 
One day you just woke up dead. 
Now you just want to get on with your life, such as it is.
But walking around as a Zombie just isn't that simple."

(Clicking the picture will take you to the Shambles page
on DriveThru, check out the description on the author's site: 

Gift Certificates are also available, I'd say "encourage a relative to buy you one", but then they have to register with site first - which some non-gamers may find a chore, but it's always worth a try!
Shorter copy-friendly link:

May the season bring you what you desire, be it a cappuccino-toaster or Zombiepocalypse.
Happy Holidays, as they say.

Thanks for reading!

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