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Title: Serial Homicide Unit--A killer game on the loose!
Post by: Michael S. Miller on December 29, 2008, 09:21:43 AM
Serial Homicide Unit is a game about the hunt for a serial killer. You take on the roles of the elite investigators tracking down the murderer, as well as the unknowing citizens who might be the killer's next target. The game plays in about three hours, for 3 to 6 players. You don't even have to read the rules beforehand--the audio tracks verbally explain how to play step-by-step.

The electronic edition of Serial Homicide Unit is now available at Indie Press Revolution. (http://www.indiepressrevolution.com/xcart/product.php?productid=16765&cat=0&page=1) The electronic edition sells for $15.00 and includes:

14 audio files in .mp3 format that explain the rules of the game as you play.

A PDF of the complete script used to create the audio files.

PDFs of all forms needed for gameplay.

A "ReadMe.pdf" that explains how to prepare the game for play.


Preorders for the print edition will start within the next week or so, and will include the electronic edition as a bonus.

Thanks to all who have made this game possible. Have a Happy New Year, everybody!


Title: Re: Serial Homicide Unit--A killer game on the loose!
Post by: GreatWolf on January 02, 2009, 12:29:43 PM
Just as a testimonial:

I playtested this game in November 2007. Events from that game still stick with me. It's an incredibly powerful and deceptively simple game.


Title: Re: Serial Homicide Unit--A killer game on the loose!
Post by: Per Fischer on January 02, 2009, 02:24:10 PM
Wow, Michael, finally. I've been waiting for this since that interview you and Kat did for Independent Insurgency ages ago. Great!

What happened to the Incarnadine Press website? I've been cheking there regularly for news about Serial, but now it seems gone.


Title: Re: Serial Homicide Unit--A killer game on the loose!
Post by: Per Fischer on January 02, 2009, 02:55:02 PM
Found the new URL via Michael's signature...doh.