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The Tales from the Loop RPG is currently featured in two different deals

As well as sci-fi roleplaying game Coriolis.

Tales from the Loop, a sci-fi themed roleplaying game set in 1980s Sweden, is discounted in two separate Bundle of Holding deals.

Originally launched in 2018, the Coriolis & Tales from the Loop Bundle of Holding deal has returned once again to provide a discount on the core rulebooks of both roleplaying games.

For $12.95 (£9), players can get their hands on the PDF version of the Starter Collection of Coriolis, which includes the Coriolis: The Third Horizon Core Rulebook; the Coriolis Atlas Compendium sourcebook and four additional supplements for the RPG - featuring Aram’s Ravine, Artifacts & Faction Tech, Hamurabi and The Mahanji Oasis.

Paying $25.16 (£18) unlocks access to the above content, as well as the Bonus Collection for the deal containing a complete PDF version of the Tales from the Loop core rulebook. The Bonus Collection also includes a supplement for Tales from the Loop called Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries, alongside an additional adventure for Coriolis called The Dying Ship.

Coriolis RPG artwork

A brand new Bundle of Holding deal - titled Coriolis-Loop 2 - contains even more PDF versions of supplementary material for both RPGs, as well as the 1990s themed standalone roleplaying game, Things from the Flood.

$14.95 (£10) grants players access to the Coriolis Collection, which features PDF versions of four different supplements for the science fiction roleplaying game, including Emissary Lost; The Last Voyage of the Ghazali; Aram’s Secret and the Coriolis Scenario Compendium 1.

For $25.18 (£18), the Loop Collection is also unlocked - containing three additional RPG titles, this time under the Tales from the Loop banner, for players to download. The collection includes a PDF for Things from the Flood, which changes the game’s setting to ‘90s Sweden, as well as Out of Time - a scenario for Tales from the Loop - and the starter set for Tales from the Loop.

Tales from the Loop is a roleplaying game based on Simon Stålenhag’s iconic paintings of 1980s Swedish suburbias populated by speculative science fiction machines and creatures. In the game, players become young people who must navigate the strange world depicted in Stålenhag’s creations, as well as the troubles of teenage life. The paintings and RPG served as inspiration for an Amazon Prime television series released in April 2020, starring Rebecca Hall; Paul Schneider and Duncan Joiner.

Coriolis: The Third Horizon is an RPG that takes place in a fictional collection of star systems containing various different civilisations. Players are able to form their own crew and pilot a space ship throughout the systems, taking on missions from factions or otherwise pursuing their own goals. The universe of Coriolis is filled with a large collection of planets to explore, each containing its own gauntlet of dangers or peoples to meet.

Tales from the Loop and Coriolis are both released by Free League Publishing, the studio responsible for 2019’s Alien: The Roleplaying Game - which Richard Jansen-Parkes praised for its ability to conjure the “pitch-dark dread” found in the original films into a tabletop game, in our review of the RPG - and the metal music inspired RPG, MÖRK BORG.

Both Bundles of Holding for Coriolis and Tales from the Loop are live until April 20th, with ten percent of the proceeds going to Direct Relief - a non-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing protective gear and medications to facilities in the US and Canada.

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