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19/November/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Blue Planet

        This weeks Retro RPG is Blue Planet, a 1997 game by Biohazard, in the near future humanity starts colonising a water world reachable through a wormhole at the edge of our solar system. Earth ecosystem collapses, leaving a dystopian cyberpunk like earth, an a wild frontier world of intelligent dolphins, whales and aborigine species, with humans fighting over a mineral which allows genetic engineering and perhaps immortality.
        A hugely well researched game with a fascinating background, although it wasn't massively successful and after a couple of editions has ended up back in the hands of the original authors, with some support still available.







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