My bad for not doing a post about this launching on Drivethru/RPGnow!
Recently I released The Black Hack: Cyber-Hacked! on Drivethru. I used the awesome light-weight Black Hack rules by David Black to create a gritty cyberpunk setting. I thought it would be great to use to run low level Blade Runner/Cyberpunk 202o style games or even low level Shadowrun. Too often I feel that cyberpunk games get lost in the minutia of the tech and it ends up becoming cumbersome and crunchy. I created a die drop chart for hacking to make it more of a quick mini-game/exciting thing rather than just a few rolls. People seem to be really digging it, with which I’m thrilled!
Vircades Project did a cool review of TBH:CH and what’s inside.
Also here are some reviews from Drivethru RPG:
Cyberhacked! is an awesome reskinning of the Black Hack. Mike Evans has really done a good job here, devising a simple mini-system for hacking that works quickly and feels exciting. He also gives you all the tables for cyber enhancements, weapons, vehicles, living expenses, and just the kind of stuff that always holds me back from just diving into a new homebrew game (now I have to create another list???). He’s done it for you. I definitely recommend this. (And the Black Hack if you haven’t checked it out.)
If you like cyberpunk at all, then you will love Cyber-Hacked! Mike Evans outdoes himself yet again! There should be grants given to individuals with such creativity. At $2, it is the deal of the century!
Feel free to check it out! I do plan on writing up a full Cyberpunk setting in the near future, but gotta get Hubris and Land of the Spirits out the door first!
Aside: I got the final proofs back for POD of The Starrunner Kit– so once the last changes have been accepted at the printer, that’ll go live as well!