Cepheus Engine

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Cepheus Engine is a Traveller-derived gaming system.

  • It is a set of rules used by several games.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

What is Cepheus Engine?: Based on an incredibly popular 2D6 science fiction game developed in the late-1970s, through the 80s and 90s, Cepheus Engine uses Open Content sources to build a free access SF game of unparalleled utility and playability. This is due to the act that much of the material published over the past 35 years can still be used with Cepheus Engine. And new settings, vehicles, worlds, and scenarios are being published in print and as PDFs every week. Cepheus Engine is the key to the door linking science fiction roleplaying adventures of the past with those of the future.

The game was skillfully created from Open Content material by Jason Kemp of Samardan Press. True to the Open Content mission, he has released the game for free. That is three decades of science fiction, perfected by a generation of roleplayers, available to you without charge. That is astounding. And simply because it is free, does not mean that it is 'worthless'. The rules within are honed and tested, crafted and complete.

Authors & Artists[edit]

  1. Paul Elliot
  2. Omer Golan-Joel
  3. Jason Kemp
  4. Ian Stead

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Selected Publishers[edit]

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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