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Zombie Murder Mystery now available in print

Written by Expy - Published on September 30, 2009

I am very happy to announce that Nick DiPetrillo’s game, Zombie Murder Mystery, is now available in print from Lulu.com. Nick has written over 60 articles for DungeonMastering.com – he’s done amazing work for the blog (he used to write for free but he was too good and I had to pay him!) and he’s created a simple, fun game that’s a perfect change of pace from your regular campaign (it’s meant to be played as a one-shot session).

Zombie Murder Myster

The game’s been out as an e-book for a week now and we’ve had positive feedback from customers:

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ZMM reviews »

Not sure if Zombie Murder Mystery is your kind of game?

Watch a 90 seconds video overview »

Zombie Murder Mystery  – Print Version $28.50 @ Lulu.com »

If you buy the book, we’ll email you the e-book version for free so you can start reading and playing before you receive (this is done manually so please allow up to 24 hours after your purchase).

Zombie Murder Mystery – Ebook instant download $19.60 @ Expy Games »

Down from the regular price of $24.50. You have until October 1st to take advantage of the 20% off introductory promo.

Expy gives back

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Dungeon Mastering gives 4% of its profits to a non-profit organization every 3 months. This quarter ends on September 30th and I am looking for suggestions of non-profits that promote roleplaying games and/or litteracy.  If you have suggestions, please leave a comment on this article. If your high school or college has a roleplaying or gaming club, or if your club is registered as a NPO, it qualifies, so you can suggest your own organization in the comments.

I hope you enjoy the game!

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Written by Expy

Meet Expy The Red Dragon

Expy is the mascot for DungeonMastering.com and the real mastermind behind Expy Games. He likes to hoard treasure, terrorize neighbors, burn down villages, and tell white dragon jokes..

No matter how fearful the legends claim dragons are, they always end up being defeated in 5 rounds by adventuring parties they encounter. That’s what dragons are – experience points for the heroes in your Dungeons & Dragon party. And this mascot is no different, hence the name Expy.

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6 Responses to “Zombie Murder Mystery now available in print”
  1. AvatarArt says:

    AvatarArt was very glad to help Expy help others by doing his finger close-up shot. If we can also suggest a few other worthwhile charitable causes:
    ‘Gamers For Humanity’which is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit helping the homeless:
    http://gamersforhumanity.org/

    Also, to restore forests claimed for gaming books, there is ‘Plant A Billion’which is trying to plant a billion new trees. Each $1 donated plants a new tree in an endangered area, helping both the planet as well as people by providing jobs. Check them out: http://www.plantabillion.org/

  2. Bartoneus says:

    First thing that comes to mind for me is Childsplay, the Penny Arcade charity that donates huge amounts of games to hospitals for sick children.

    http://www.childsplaycharity.org/

  3. Yax says:

    Thanks guys!

    Great suggestions.

  4. Yax says:

    And yes, AvatarArt created an awesome logo for the Expy Gives Back program. Thanks!

  5. MightyWok says:

    Just trying to be helpful here… you misspelled literacy :-)

    [quote]
    looking for suggestions of non-profits that promote roleplaying games and/or litteracy
    [/quote]

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