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Hobby Games

Author: James Lowder
Publisher: Green Ronin Pub
ISBN: 9781932442960
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Essays by game designers and producers survey the top one hundred hobby games of the last fifty years, describing familiar and offbeat games of all types, including roleplaying, collectible card, miniature, war, and board.

The Ravengers

Author: Stephen Billias
Publisher: Grand Central Pub
ISBN: 9780446602327
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A gang of rejects led by byteboi and bytegirl attempt to create a new world based on classical values and culture--but the corporate soldiers will tolerate no threats to the reigning pop culture of sex and violence. Original.

Mirrorshades

Author: Bruce Sterling
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With their hard-edged, street-wise prose, they created frighteningly probable futures of high-tech societies and low-life hustlers. Fans and critics call their world cyberpunk. Here is the definitive "cyberpunk" short fiction collection.

When Gravity Fails

Author: George Alec Effinger
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497605407
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In a futuristic Middle East, plug-ins can turn anyone into a killer in this “wry and black and savage” Nebula and Hugo award finalist (George R. R. Martin). Set in a high-tech near future featuring an ascendant Muslim world and divided Western superpowers, this cult classic takes us into a world with mind- or mood-altering drugs for any purpose, brains enhanced by electronic hardware with plug-in memory additions and modules offering the wearer new personalities, and bodies shaped to perfection by surgery. Marid Audran, an unmodified and fairly honest street hustler, lives in a decadent Arab ghetto, the Budayeen, and holds on tight to his cherished independence. Then, against his best instincts, he becomes involved in a series of inexplicable murders. Some seem like routine assassinations, carried out with an old-fashioned handgun by a man wearing a plug-in James Bond persona; others, involving whores, feature prolonged torture and horrible mutilations. Soon the problem comes to the attention of Budayeen godfather Friedlander Bey—who makes Audran an offer he can’t refuse. Nominated for the Nebula and Hugo awards, the highest honors in the genre, When Gravity Fails, which introduced the cyberpunk Budayeen Cycle, is a pioneering work the Denver Post called “superior science fiction” and Harlan Ellison described as “crazy as a spider on ice skates . . . plain old terrific.”

Hardwired

Author: Walter Jon Williams
Publisher: Nightshade Book
ISBN: 9781597800624
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Ex-fighter pilot Cowboy, "hardwired" via skull sockets directly to his lethal electronic hardware, teams up with Sarah, an equally cyborized gun-for-hire, to make a last stab at independence from the rapacious Orbitals.

Cyberpunk And Visual Culture

Author: Graham Murphy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351665154
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Within the expansive mediascape of the 1980s and 1990s, cyberpunk’s aesthetics took firm root, relying heavily on visual motifs for its near-future splendor saturated in media technologies, both real and fictitious. As today’s realities look increasingly like the futures forecast in science fiction, cyberpunk speaks to our contemporary moment and as a cultural formation dominates our 21st century techno-digital landscapes. The 15 essays gathered in this volume engage the social and cultural changes that define and address the visual language and aesthetic repertoire of cyberpunk – from cybernetic organisms to light, energy, and data flows, from video screens to cityscapes, from the vibrant energy of today’s video games to the visual hues of comic book panels, and more. Cyberpunk and Visual Culture provides critical analysis, close readings, and aesthetic interpretations of exactly those visual elements that define cyberpunk today, moving beyond the limitations of merely printed text to also focus on the meaningfulness of images, forms, and compositions that are the heart and lifeblood of cyberpunk graphic novels, films, television shows, and video games.

Rockerboy

Author: Colin Fisk
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780937279106
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Shadowrun Core Rulebook

Author: Catalyst Game Labs
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
ISBN: 9781936876518
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"Created by Jordan Weisman ... [et al.]"--Colophon.

Call Of Cthulhu

Author: Sandy Petersen
Publisher: Chaosium
ISBN: 9781568821818
Size: 76.57 MB
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"A roleplaying game based on the worlds of H.P. Lovecraft, in which ordinary people are confronted by the terrifying forces of the Cthulhu Mythos. To play, all you need are the book, some dice, and your friends"--P. [4] of cover.