Rampant Games Has a Birthday Bash and We Get Free Stuff

Rampant Games Has a Birthday Bash and We Get Free Stuff

Rampant Games Has a Birthday Bash and We Get Free Stuff

Rampant Games is the creator of the excellent humor-tinged indie RPG rayed Knights: The Skull of S’makh-Daon. Jay Barnson is the ‘Rampant Coyote’ and is the guy behind the entire operation. He just celebrated his birthday, and to celebrate Rampant Games has a birthday bash and we get free stuff!

There are a few ways to get deals to celebrate Jay’s birthday.

  • First off, if you already have Frayed Knights, you should definitely pick up the free strategy guide!
  • Next, for the next two weeks you can get Frayed Knights for 50% off. There is no special code or coupon, just head to Desura or BMT Micro and you will see the 50% off price.
  • Each day he is running a trivia game with some prizes, including free games and a chance to contribute details to the upcoming Frayed Knights sequel! Head to his blog entry for more details!
  • And … at the end of the two weeks he will be releasing some details about Frayed Knights 2, including the official title!

If you haven’t played Frayed Knights yet, you really should. It combines classic RPG sensibilities with more modern gameplay elements, humor and some innovative gameplay ideas.

Here is the trailer for Frayed Knights:

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