I recently received an email stating that “many, many people at Gencon and inside the Tri Tac group are wondering what the future of Tri Tac is,” along with an offer to purchase Tri Tac.
We were somewhat taken aback, as Richard Tucholka (February 9, 1954 -
Perhaps the creative team hasn’t been proactive enough in reaching out to the fanbase that primarily knows Tri Tac though podcasts and fan facebook pages. For that, I apologize.
Tri Tac’s rebound may not come as quickly as some would hope – I am the bottleneck and I have a day job that splits my attention. But we have been contacted by writers asking to set novels in the Tri Tac shared universe and game designers eager to update the original Tri Tac system and modernize the beloved classic games. And we also have a dedicated core determined to keep it all true to Richard Tucholka’s vision.
In the meantime, we are proofreading and updating the current body of work, and intend to expand to RPGNow and perhaps Amazon. And more.
– Wasahbe Greene, September 2nd, 2017
Our RPGNow presence: http://www.rpgnow.com/browse/pub/12036/Tri-
Check out sample chapters from David Powers upcoming book – The Ed Powers Story here!
– Wasahbe Greene, October 22, 2017
If you haven’t noticed, this website has been revamped and snailmail sales have been temporarily suspended while we look into alternatives to CDs for the books. If you have any preferences or suggestions or would like to buy in bulk, please let us know at RPG@tritacgames.com.
– Wasahbe Greene, September 3rd, 2017
Dingoes Ate My Banjo is a special supplement for
Richard Tucholka’s Fringeworthy RPG.
DAMB was written to provide inspiration to new
and old GM’s alike, as well as provide never before revealed information about places to be found on
the Fringepaths. Often Game Masters find
themselves in need of a short filler encounter or
small story arc to get their players to the place in
their campaign where they want them to be. This
book should provide a few enjoyable sessions with
minimal work for the GM in charge.
Mystery At The Rooterville Station is Tri Tac’s newest expansion module for Richard Tucholka’s Fringeworthy RPG.
Unusual items, including contraband and crystals, are finding their way to the IDET trading post at Fringe Outpost 217, aka Rooterville Station.
Odd comments from local tradesmen indicate that the items come from Fringe scavengers trading curiosities for services. But the inhabitants of Station 217 are less concerned with pleasing IDET than with profits, and the local “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy has made deeper probing into the origin of the items unwise.
Can your Fringeworthy team succeed where others have failed, piercing the silence and uncovering the source of the enigmatic artifacts of Rooterville Station?
|Tri Tac Games|
|The Great FBI Raid|
|--MASTER PRODUCT LIST--|
|BEACH BUNNY BIMBOS WITH BLASTERS|
|--BUREAU 13 LINE--|
|GENESIS I & II|
|INCURSION I, II & III|
|MICRO GAME MADNESS|
|PORTALS I, II, III & IV|
|ROGUE 417 & Invasion U.S.|
|2007 Special Edition|
|1983 (Genesis Bundle)|
|BY BRUCE SHEFFER|
|Rogue 417 & Invasion U.S.|
|Scenes from Horror, Industry & Adventure|
|Complete Classics Collection|
|Classics & Outposts Modules|
|1982 (Genesis Bundle)|
|DINGOES ATE MY BANJO|
|MYSTERY AT THE ROOTERVILLE STATION|
|Character Sheets & Game Support|
|Fonts & Fortunes|