Epimas: Get the Gift of Giving for Yourself

‘Tis the season! Epimas is almost upon us (just 17 days away!) and Dig a Thousand Holes is excited about participating in a special Epimas promotion.

From now until the 24th of December, when you buy a Time & Temp: Paperless Office Edition from someone as a gift, you can receive one these other games as a free PDF for yourself:

Alternately, you can buy anyone one of these PDFs for a friend or loved one, and choose to get Time & Temp for yourself.

Yes, you could even buy a Paperless Office Edition for a friend and receive one for yourself.

Or even skip Time & Temp altogether and just purchase Annalise for a friend and get Under My Skin for yourself.

Or perhaps Breaking the Ice for that special someone and The Dawn and the Dance for yourself.

Or maybe you’ve got one of those vampire love triangle things that are all the rage these days. That’d call for a little Annalise and Shooting the Moon.

You know what? The details are all right here. You figure it out. Merry freaking Epimas.

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6 comments

  1. Paula · December 7, 2009

    this is really cool!

  2. Iain M Norman · December 8, 2009

    Epimas! Lol.

  3. Epidiah · December 10, 2009

    I’m pretty excited. This year, I get to celebrate my birthday in style!

    Also, Lumpley Games has joined the Epimas cause. So you’ll note that the list above is a little fuller than before.

  4. Jason Pitre · January 13, 2010

    I wanted to congratulate you an an excellent presentation for Time and Temp; the idea of presenting a game in the two handbooks and loose sheets of paper in a folder is innovative, clever and economically savy to boot. As a prospective indie rpg publisher, hats off to your excellent work and I will try to pick up a copy from IPR as soon as possible.

    Cheers,
    Jason Pitre
    Genesis of Legend Publishing

    • Epidiah · January 13, 2010

      Why thank you. Although, it’s a bit of a cautionary tale. The format is not as economically savvy as one might expect. It’s just different enough to cause a lot of unexpected expenses when it comes to things like shipping and storing and shrink-wrapping. And if I were to actually pay myself (and those good friends of mine who volunteer to help) for all the time spent hand assembling them, phew. It might only be possible because I’m an indie publisher.

      • Jason Pitre · January 13, 2010

        True, though at least if you were a big gaming company you could hire temp’s to assemble them.

        Still, love the imagination presented there.

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