Classic GridZone brings the original gridball game back to life! What's the difference between Turf War 2 and the Classic version?
What in the world is GridZone?
This is football reimagined. In this variant of American football, field position equates directly to points. The fictional sport of gridball also supports the game's true purpose of making career leagues sustainable through smaller rosters and streamlined mechanics. The action is highlight-driven and there are plenty of big plays with only seven men per side. Best of all, the game is complete with a section on how to create and manage your own league season-after-season.
The core PDF pack is a downloadable zip folder (17 MB) containing the following:
You will need the following to play the game:
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Stone Mountain Press is a creative enterprise established in 2015 by G.W. Brown, the sole proprietor, game designer, writer, editor, sometimes artist, occasional musician, and maintenance man.
I have designed games my whole life, several of which I have shared for free via the web since 2003. Legends of Boxing, a tabletop boxing simulation, was my first public game released. Among many sports gamers, Legends of Boxing remains highly regarded. Other speculative designs followed, such as GridZone, a fictional spin on American Football, and Quick Fixture, a fast-play soccer simulation. I have enjoyed sharing and discussing these games with hundreds of players worldwide. If you enjoyed these games in the past, stick with us because we plan to bring them back as real hard copy games.
My first commercial release was a role-playing game supplement titled Search & Destroy in 2016, which featured an organization called the Stone Mountain Emissaries, from which Stone Mountain Press took its name.
As we advance, I endeavor to produce more unique games and supplements for several genres, from sports games to tabletop RPGs to miniature war games. I sincerely hope you will find something in our product line that adds enjoyment and inspiration to your hobby!
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