This last year has been a bit hard with the move to Ohio, but I am finally getting back into the swing of things game-design-wise. The first project on the plate is the Microlite74 Ultimate Edition. It is finally complete and should be available in the next week or so. The Microlite74 Ultimate Edition is a 384 page digest-sized edition of Microlite74. It combined Microlite74 Extended with the first three Microlite74 Companion Volumes (Optional Rules, Treasure, and More Optional Rules) and adds a few new optional rules (like custom-designed feats) and an expanded GM section with an example hexcrawl setting and three basic location-based adventure settings. It's been over a year since I mentioned it, so I will not be surprised if everyone has forgotten it.
I've also started to work on a request for a "3d6 version of Microlite74." That is a game that uses 3d6 instead of D20 to roll for success (and in general, only uses D6s) that could be used to run old school TSR adventures. The (bad) working title is the 3D6 Fantasy World RPG. A very early draft of this game is available in the Donor's Download area for donors to the RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund. While this game has not received much playtesting yet, comments are welcome.
I hope to this message is the start of more regular posting on this blog.