Things from The Flood is an expansion pack for the award-winning Tales from The Loop, the RPG from Free League Publishing that takes Simon Stålenhag’s stirring retro monster art and creates a tabletop narrative around it. The game was enough of a success that Amazon bought the rights to develop a potential TV series. Unsurprisingly, more is on the way.
Things From The Flood adapts another one of Stålenhag’s art books and brings back the characters from the first. Now they’re teenagers in the 1990s…what will happen to them this time? It’s up to you, but according to Free League, this expansion is darker than the original, and it’s fully possible for someone to die.
The Things from the Flood RPG thrusts the Tales universe into a grim alternate 1990s. Step into the shoes ofa teenager growing up in a decade of change – and disaster. Still, your life goes on as before. You go to school, fall miserably in love and try to fend of boredom. But when teens start to go missing, you and your friends decide to solve the mystery.
Things from the Flood presents a darker version of Stålenhag’s hallmark retro sci-fi. Create new Teens or let your Kids from Tales from the Loop grow older. But remember – things are different now, this time you can die.
As of today, we know the release window for Things From The Flood: you can experience the mystery and horror in the second quarter of 2019. Later on we should get a specific release date, but for now, start saving your pennies for the spring thaw, because the monsters could strike anytime.
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