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Bionic Dues (game)

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Syberia I (game)

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Steel and Steam (game)

Bionic Dues (game)

Robot rebellions should be quelled by the best of the best. When the best of the best are killed… it’s up to you. Subdue the uprising in time, or your corporate overlords nuke the city.

Bionic Dues is a tactical, turn-based roguelite with mech customization. Guide multiple classes of Exos through a variety of missions filled with enemy robots that are as buggy as they are angry. This is at least as bad as it sounds. Explore for loot, destroy key robotic facilities, and brace yourself for the final attack by your enemies… just as soon as they can pull it together.

System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP SP2 or later / Mac OSX Intel CPU and “Leopard” 10.5 or later / Ubuntu 10.10 or later, although other unsupported distros may work
Processor: 1.6Ghz CPU
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Screen resolution at least 720px high, and 1024px wide.
Hard Drive: 300 MB available space

Airship Dragoon (game)


Airship Dragoon is a steampunk old-school, hardcore, single-player, turn-based, squad tactics game in the style of Julian Gollop’s seminal UFO/X-Com series. Conquer the super-continent of Pangea with an invasion of Airships! Battle Dastardly Pirate Insurgents! Keep the locals happy or they will be revolting!

Game Features: Turn-based squad tactical combat with emergent gameplay. 2 massive strategic campaigns featuring resource, technology and population management. Campaigns are randomized on creation for infinite replayability. Single Battle Mode for getting straight into tactical action. No two games the same. 20 battlefields. Randomized deployment on battlefields. 5 types of environment with environmental modifiers. 3 types of battlefield objectives. 4 types of weather. Enemy Ai with 11 different combat tactics. 5 Ai campaign strategies. 7 classes of troops, each with 4 upgrades of weapons/equipment. Troops have unique attributes which are upgraded with experience … if they survive combat … 6 playable Steampunk factions.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

OS: Windows. Processor: 1.7 GHz or better. Memory: 2GB RAM. Graphics: DirectX 9.0c Shader 3.0 supported, Nvidia 6800 or 7300 or better, ATI Radeon X1300 or better. DirectX: 9.0c. Hard Disk Space: 320Mb. Additional: Mouse, Keyboard.

System Requirements:

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ——————– OS: Windows. Processor: 1.7 GHz or better. Memory: 2GB RAM. Graphics: DirectX 9.0c Shader 3.0 supported, Nvidia 6800 or 7300 or better, ATI Radeon X1300 or better. DirectX: 9.0c. Hard Disk Space: 320Mb. Additional: Mouse,:

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ——————– OS: Windows. Processor: 1.7 GHz or better. Memory: 2GB RAM. Graphics: DirectX 9.0c Shader 3.0 supported, Nvidia 6800 or 7300 or better, ATI Radeon X1300 or better. DirectX: 9.0c. Hard Disk Space: 320Mb. Additional: Mouse, Keyboard.

Syberia I (game)

System Requirements:

OS: Windows® XP/Vista™/7
Processor: Intel P4 3.0GHz or similar AMD
Memory: 1GB RAM
Hard Disk Space: 1GB available space
Video Card: nVidia GeForce 6800 Ultra, ATi Radeon X1800 XT or better
DirectX®: 9.0c, June 2010 update
Sound: DirectX 9.0c support

Syberia II (game)

System Requirements:

Operating system:Windows® XP/Vista/7
Processor: Intel® 2.0GHz CPU
Memory: 2GB
Hard disk space: 4GB
Video: 256 MB of dedicated video memory with support for pixel shader 3.0. (nVidia 8600 or equivalent)
Sound: Sound card with DirectX 9.0c support
DirectX®: 9.0c

Steel and Steam (game)


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Steel & Steam takes the best elements from the fantasy JRPG’s of old, such as great stories, awesome characters, and classic monsters, and combines them with a touch of steampunk. It’s like taking Lord of the Rings and mixing in the Wild West. It’s a game where you, the player, decide how to interact with the game. The classic games usually had a linear, player-focused story moving the game forward. Steel & Steam follows this model, but also gives you the option of moving the story forward through multiple, intertwined story lines. Any character you meet has the potential to affect the end. Will you or will you not save the world? Who you interact with, and how, will affect the way the ending is played out. Whatever happens in one city or town can affect another. These choices give additional life to the world of Steel & Steam. BETA VERSION.

System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7 CPU: 1.6 GHz RAM: 128 MB DirectX: 9.0

Johnny Hollow Collection (music)

Tales of Jack The Ripper (ebook)

Sxip Shirey - Sonic New York (music)

19XX Book One: Rise of the Black Faun (comic)

Spiky - Carnival Symposium (music)

Johnny Hollow Collection (music)

I Am The Island
This Hollow World
Superhero
Bag of Snow (H2H Tribal Breaks Mix)
A Little Bit Closer
Alchemy
Die 4 Love
Devil's Night
Stranger
Boogeyman

A collection of 10 Johnny Hollow songs arranged for this campaign.

Johnny Hollow is a Canadian band based in Toronto, Ontario, whose dark blend of electronic and orchestral sounds has been described as Gothic chamber music for the 21st century. It may be one of Indie music’s best kept secrets - stashed away in their own little Pandora’s box, where they like it nice and cozy and full of creative freedom and unbridled expressionism.

Like a siren’s call, their unique blend of dark electronic and orchestral sounds have attracted fans since 2003. Their music has received critical acclaim from such diverse publications as Rue Morgue (Canada), Fiend (Australia), Funprox (Netherlands) and Legends (US). ‘Bag of Snow’, the single from their independently release debut album, was featured on a compilation CD for D-Side (France) and Club Electra Magazine (Japan) respectively. Recipients of online accolades (People’s Choice Website of the Year) and intensely loyal fan support, johnnyhollowmusic.com boasts an active forum, an extensive global membership and at least 3 unaffiliated fan site. Both classically trained, Janine White and Kitty Thompson weave the threads of piano and cello to an unnatural end creating a tapestry of madness and passion throughout the band’s soundscape. Completing this audio transcendence, the darkly disturbing images of Juno winning artist Vincent Marcone transport the observer to a place where darkness is but the beginning of the journey.

Tales of Jack The Ripper (ebook)

1888: One hundred and twenty-five years ago, a killer stalked the streets of London’s Whitechapel district, brutally–some would say ritualistically–murdering five women (that we know of): Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, and Mary Jane Kelly.

The story of Jack the Ripper captured lurid headlines and the public’s imagination, and the first fictionalization of the Ripper killings, John Francis Brewer’s The Curse Upon Mitre Square appeared in October of 1888, mere weeks after the discovery of Jack’s first victim. Since then, hundreds of stories have been written about Bloody Jack, his victims, and his legacy. Authors ranging from Marie Belloc Lowndes to Robert Bloch to Harlan Ellison to Roger Zelazny to Alan Moore have added their own tales to the Ripper myth. Now, as we arrive at the quasquicentennial of the murders, we bring you a few tales more.

From Word Horde and the editor who brought you The Book of Cthulhu and The Book of Cthulhu II comes Tales of Jack the Ripper, featuring new and classic fiction by many of today’s darkest dreamers, including Laird Barron, Ennis Drake, Orrin Grey, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Pete Rawlik, E. Catherine Tobler, and many more.

For five years I worked as the managing editor for a well-regarded small-press genre publisher. While editing scores of novels and a critically acclaimed anthology series, I realized I was most at home surrounded by the words and ideas that only the best storytellers can create.

Times change. The economy ebbs and flows. Publishers come and go.

In late 2012, I found myself at a crossroads.

I knew that I wanted to keep making amazing books. I wanted to keep making the kinds of books I would want on my own shelves. And I knew the right people to help me do it. So I decided to create my own company.

Word Horde is that company.

Word Horde was founded on the the idea that great stories should be given every opportunity to find the right audience. That when you work with the most talented creators available, you cannot help but create great art.

Why follow the herd? Join the Horde!

Ross E. Lockhart Publisher / Editor-in-Chief

Sxip Shirey - Sonic New York (music)

15 Punk Rockers Pounding a Piano into Junk
I Live in New York City
Grammercy Park
You Can Ring My Bell
Ghosts of the Gowanus Canal
Dreamland
The Bed Bugs Are Back!
Lizzie Miss Lizzie
Asleep on the Subway
The Choir is Underground
Mehenatta
Clothes of My Man
Bergen and Grand
Young Man Walks in Brooklyn
Caterpillar Crawls Through China Town
Brooklyn Bridge Song
Sunday Dub

“It’s either a love letter or a ‘Dear John’ letter to New York City,” Shirey says of the album. “I haven’t decided yet.”

Ecstatic melody, unimaginable sounds and deep sexy beats played Industrial Flutes, Bullhorn Harmonicas, Regurgitated Music Box, Triple Extended Pennywhistls, Miniature Hand Bell Choir, Obnoxiophone, Glass Bowls With Red Marbles, human beat box and a clutch of curious objects.

Featured solo performances at Boston Symphony Hall for New Years Eve 2009 and premier performance of the composition “Melody For Lizzie” with the Boston Pops. Composition for short film written and directed by Neil Gaiman (Coraline, American Gods, The Graveyard Book), broadcast on Christmas day 2009 on SKY TV, UK. Support act for Dresden Dolls US tour and at The Round House in London, England. Featured at TED in Monterey, California, Ashley Capp’s (founder of Bonaroo) Big Ears Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Fest, Adelaide Fringe Festival in Australia, Floyd Fest, Joe’s Pub, The Knitting Factory and CBGB’s in New York City. Sxip is now in London as music director and band leader at Southbank Center in LIMBO!

19XX Book One: Rise of the Black Faun (comic)

This book collects the first volume of The Adventures of the 19XX. The story centers around lost relics and a group known as the Order of the Black Faun who are trying to obtain powerful objects for a mysterious goal. Allies will die and new enemies will be made in the first full length 19XX graphic novel.

(pdf, 142 pgs)

Somewhere in the 20th century… not long after the end of the Great War, those who were capable of hearing it, received a revelation… another Great War was coming. This coming war would push the limits of technology, split the atom to create the power of a small star, and bring together forces more evil than the world has ever known. That this war would happen was man’s fatal destiny, but the outcome of the war and the details of it were not as clear. A weak League of Nations banded together to form a group. A group capable of doing what those countries could not. A group of adventurers, explorers, and scientists from every allied country to search the globe and fight a battle far from the public eye. This group is The 19XX, all the public has been told is that they are fighting for all of the good in humanity to survive the nineteen hundreds and beyond. Their mission is to track down every powerful relic, every modern and undiscovered weapon, and every magic incantation ever uttered on the earth’s crust, because the forces of evil responsible for the next Great War would be searching for the very same thing. Nothing in the realm of the tangible or intangible is off limits when the fate of the entire world is at stake.

Spiky - Carnival Symposium (music)

The Chronophagist
Seeds Of Evil
Dancing on a Fence
The First Cog Lament
Steampunk Engineering
The Sick Crow
Tesla
The Last Cog Lament

Carnival Symposium is a Rock Orchestral Steampunk conceptual album. It features real orchestral instruments powered up with drum, percussives sections and singing. It is a huge sound research involving hundreds of tracks mixed up by song, dealing with artificial and acoustical elements aswell. Scoring began in October 2008 (two weeks after the first album : Whimsical Fantasy!). It features fifty-two minutes of a raw Rock / Orchestral modern music punctuated by percussions and heavily surrounded by a dark and industrial atmosphere. Divided in eight original tracks, the album deals with the contrast between wide, massive orchestral parts and intimate moments of a minimalist proximity.

Spiky is a whole universe around Rock / Orchestral & Steampunk art and music. But it’s also sound design and audio creation. Whatever you are, music fan or looking for audio creation, you are on the good website to discover either my personal projects or my works as a sound engineer.

Cities of Ether (ebook)

Steampunk (comic)

This Way To The Egress - Caged Bird EP (music)

Wildside Press Megapack 1 (ebooks)

Blood of the Innocent 1-4 (comic)

Cities of Ether (ebook)

The Cities of Ether, which has been best described as an “Edwardian X-Files”, takes the basic principles of 20th century deep space science fiction and re-imagines them in a context that would have been understandable to a Victorian audience. It accepts the premise of space as ether, creating an environment that has oxygen and atmosphere but no gravity. As a result, civilization is based not on enclosed space stations but on open flying cities; travel occurs on flying ships that resemble turn of the century naval craft or aeroplanes; and the “planets” of the setting are continent-sized land masses called “Islands”, which float through the sky. And while the setting is entirely fictional, its civilizations are closely based on historical examples. The primary setting for the most familiar Cities of Ether stories is the dystopian city of Salmagundi, which is based on a mixture of Belle Époque Paris and Gilded Age New York. Other major civilizations are inspired by a range of difference cultural concepts, including a financially cutthroat Victorian England and its industrially-advanced Meiji Japan ally; a dynamic military alliance centered on a democratic Germany; a multi-cultural confederation of cities inspired by India; an old and power-hungry aristocratic union containing the worst excesses of the Russian, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires; a Central Asian federation; and a nomadic Imperial China. As you can see, the setting has an extremely large scope and includes a range of historically-inspired but entirely fictional concepts. -Steamed

(pdf, epub 145 pgs)

G. D. Falksen is an author, lecturer, public speaker, and MC. He also studies history, is a consultant for Disney and blogs for Tor.com and ComicMix.com. While his repertoire spans a range of topics, he is currently most noted for his steampunk work and is one of the most recognizable figures in the steampunk literary genre and the related subculture. He is the author of The Hellfire Chronicles series, which includes Blood In The Skies and Ash On The Wind, and the Ouroboros Cycle series. Other fiction includes “The Strange Case of Mr. Salad Monday”, “Cinema U”, “An Unfortunate Engagement”, and “The Mask of Tezcatlipoca”. His work has appeared in Steampunk Tales, Steampunk Magazine, The Chap, Egophobia, and anthologies such as Footprints, Steampunk Reloaded, and The Immersion Book of Steampunk. He has appeared as a guest at various events, including Dragon*Con, New York Comic Con, and the Montreal Comiccon. He has appeared in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, the Hartford Courant, Marie Claire Italia, BoingBoing.net, Time Out New York, and New York Magazine, and on MTV, NHK, VBS.tv, Space, and io9.com. He is the lead writer for Hatboy Studios, Inc., creators of the steampunk-themed video game AIR. Mr. Falksen is represented by the DystelGoderich Literary Management agency.

Steampunk (comic)

STEAMPUNK- Rebellion. Revolution. Uprisings. It’s Steam Powered Storytelling in GrayHaven’s latest ‘Limitless’ anthology featuring the talents of nearly two dozen talented creators.

(.pdf, 41pg)

Since 2010 GrayHaven Comics has published over 50 different comic books and given over 200 comic creators the opportunity to have their work published…often for the first time. Anchored by the Gathering anthology series GrayHaven has been able to feature established creators like John Jackson Miller and Gail Simone alongside first timers and help to create a model where new writers and artists are not just welcomed but embraced.

In 2014 their biggest project to date, YOU ARE NOT ALONE, was released featuring the talents of over 60 creators in a 180 page volume dedicated to helping younger readers deal with issues such as bullying, depression, homophobia, racism and violence.

This Way To The Egress - Caged Bird EP (music)

Clarence
Cage Bird
Pound Yer Bones

For the first time ever available in one place the Caged Bird EP.

With a firm musical base of ol’ timey roots, EGRESS weaves elements of klezmer, balkan, blues, ragtime, swing, and punk-rock into whiskey-soaked melodies, upbeat rhythms, and infectious refrains. All the while they fuse their eclectic sounds with visual antics such as confetti snow storms, tuba farts, and puppets of various sorts. In the process, they create a modern slant on the good old days of Vaudeville and present a performance unique from any other in their genre.

Wildside Press Megapack 1 (ebooks)

The Wildside Megapacks are massive anthologies containing thousands of pages worth of some of the greatest fiction ever written.

Wildside Press is the award-winning publisher of some of the best fiction of both today and yesterday, including numerous anthologies and collections of vintage serials, adventure stories, mysteries, and pulps.

Blood of the Innocent 1-4 (comic)

First appearing in 1985, Blood of the Innocent was one of the first American comic books to be published in a weekly format. The acclaimed indie comic was written by Rickey Shanklin and Mark Wheatley, and drawn by Marc Hempel and Mark Wheatley. Blood of the Innocent was the award-winning team’s first attempt at a horror comic, an epic tale of Jack the Ripper vs Dracula. And now, for the first time ever, it has been made available digitally, just for you.

Blood of the Innocent was one of the first American comic books to be published weekly over four weeks. It was written by Rickey Shanklin and Mark Wheatley, and drawn by Marc Hempel and Mark Wheatley, who had previously created the acclaimed science fiction comic Mars for First Comics

Telepath RPG: Servants of God (game)

Discovering Aberration (ebook)

Sunday Driver - Unreleased Song (music)

Wildside Press Megapack 2 (ebooks)

Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads (film)

Telepath RPG: Servants of God (game)

Telepath RPG: Servants of God is a hybrid western RPG / strategy RPG set in a unique Middle Eastern steampunk fantasy setting. You are a telepath with the power to read and manipulate minds–or destroy them. The city-state of Ravinale has been overtaken by a zealous theocracy. Rescued from an unjust imprisonment, you have only one chance to save your homeland. Explore the continent, recruit soldiers, strike deals with different factions, and fight to reclaim the home you once knew. * Tactical turn-based combat where positioning and planning are key * Branching dialog and quests with multiple endings * Different races and factions, each with its own agenda * Dozens of different psychic and physical abilities to manipulate and decimate your enemies * A variety of characters that you can choose to recruit, grow close with or alienate * Lasting consequences for the choices you make throughout the game.

System Requirements:

Windows / Mac / Linux
512 MB RAM
200 MB of hard disk space
Adobe AIR

Discovering Aberration (ebook)

An ancient map stolen. A lost civilization discovered. A terrible secret unleashed.

Set in an alternate Victorian era, Discovering Aberration follows Freddy Fitzgerald, a rebellious writer and ex-scuttler, and Thaddeus Lumpen, a desperate archaeologist with a slew of dangerous rivals. Together they will stop at nothing to make the discovery of a lifetime. But their island destination hides it’s own dark secrets which can push even the strongest minds into madness.

S.C. Barrus is the author of strange and thrilling literary adventures. Born in the Pacific North West in 1985, he lives there to this day with his wife and son. He studied creative writing at the University of Washington.

Sunday Driver - Unreleased Song (music)

Dred Night (Unreleased)
Dred Night FLAC

A previously unreleased song from steampunk group Sunday Driver.

Sunday Driver blend together Indian and British influences from past and present with the help of a pumpkin, a melon and the skin of a goat.

Formed in Cambridge in 2000, Sunday Driver have grown from a small acoustic act to a riotous 7-piece band, playing headline gigs in the UK and abroad, creating ground-breaking music that blends contemporary sounds with Eastern influences and instrumentation.

Wildside Press Megapack 2 (ebooks)

The Wildside Megapacks are massive anthologies containing thousands of pages worth of some of the greatest fiction ever written.

This Megapack 2 download includes the Mummy, Vampire, Werewolf, and Sci-Fi #1 collections.

Wildside Press is the award-winning publisher of some of the best fiction of both today and yesterday, including numerous anthologies and collections of vintage serials, adventure stories, mysteries, and pulps.

Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads (film)

Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads stars Henry Lloyd-Hughes (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, The Inbetweeners, Anna Karenina), Camilla Rutherford (Gosford Park, Rome) and Patrick Godfrey (Les Misérables, Remains of the Day, The Duchess, A Room with a View).

Buyers will be provided with a code to stream and/or download the film.

Stephen is a brilliant young scientist who lives in England, in what appears to be the 1930s - but nothing in Stephen’s life is quite as it seems. A tragic event leads Stephen to become obsessed with finding a way to revisit his past. Love, jealously, desire and greed surround him, clouding his judgement and sending him spiraling towards madness.

Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads stars Henry Lloyd-Hughes (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, The Inbetweeners, Anna Karenina), Camilla Rutherford (Gosford Park, Rome) and Patrick Godfrey (Les Misérables, Remains of the Day, The Duchess, A Room with a View).

The film has been honoured with multiple awards from around the world, including:

The Gort Award for Best Film 2012 at the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival Best Film 2012 at the London Independent Film Festival Best Film 2012 at the Long Island International Film Expo Best Film 2012 at the Semana Internacional de Cine Fantastico Best Film 2012 at the Crystal Palace International Film Festival

Secret Files of the 19XX (comic/ebook)

Secret Files of the 19XX (comic/ebook)

The Secret Files of the 19XX contain character backstories, articles on machines and the 1930s, and two illustrated short stories about the characters who appear in each book. This edition has been revised to almost twice the size of the original!

Secret Files Vol. One, 84 pgs, Written and Illustrated by Paul Roman Martinez

Somewhere in the 20th century… not long after the end of the Great War, those who were capable of hearing it, received a revelation… another Great War was coming. This coming war would push the limits of technology, split the atom to create the power of a small star, and bring together forces more evil than the world has ever known. That this war would happen was man’s fatal destiny, but the outcome of the war and the details of it were not as clear. A weak League of Nations banded together to form a group. A group capable of doing what those countries could not. A group of adventurers, explorers, and scientists from every allied country to search the globe and fight a battle far from the public eye. This group is The 19XX, all the public has been told is that they are fighting for all of the good in humanity to survive the nineteen hundreds and beyond. Their mission is to track down every powerful relic, every modern and undiscovered weapon, and every magic incantation ever uttered on the earth’s crust, because the forces of evil responsible for the next Great War would be searching for the very same thing. Nothing in the realm of the tangible or intangible is off limits when the fate of the entire world is at stake.

Once we reach $20,000 total sales, you get this for free

Secret Files of the 19XX (comic/ebook)

The Secret Files of the 19XX contain character backstories, articles on machines and the 1930s, and two illustrated short stories about the characters who appear in each book. This edition has been revised to almost twice the size of the original!

Secret Files Vol. One, 84 pgs, Written and Illustrated by Paul Roman Martinez

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Evelyn_Kriete Most of these products were curated by Evelyn Kriete, an editor, artist, fashion designer, stylist, blogger, social media strategist, and new media coordinator. She is an event producer with active involvement in a wide range of subcultures and trends, and is a moving force behind the steampunk trend worldwide. She runs the single largest social media hub for steampunk online, with almost half a million followers for the trend. She has appeared in a wide range of news media and books, including The New York Times and MTV.

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