As the original book was produced in 1993, with desktop publishing still finding its feet and digital archival options both rare and expensive, all the original scans and files were, inevitably, lost. Daruma’s design team, two of the original founders of Nightfall Games, worked arduously scanning one of the remaining unopened original first print copies of SLA Industries from the archives and other, later, editions to get the best possible copies of long lost artwork. The cover art, a Glenn Fabry painting from a John Beeston ink drawing, was taken from the later hardcover edition, as were the included fiction pieces, while the text was scanned and OCRed from the earlier editions. Read more »
Crowdfunding for “SLA Industries: Cannibal Sector 1” is now open and we are actively taking pledges for the production of the rulebook. We can’t do it without you, so please go and pledge for all the amazing stuff we’re making available.
To celebrate getting 1,000 Facebook likes, all our PDFs and Headshots are Pay What You Want on DriveThruRPG.
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These are high-resolution JPEGs (900x900px) of headshots suitable for SLA Industries character sheets, personal websites and anything else you can think of.
These are high-resolution JPEGs (900x900px) of headshots suitable for SLA Industries character sheets, personal websites and anything else you can think of. Read more »
Drop everything, SLA Industries needs you.
This 38-page PDF is available at a “Pay What You Want” price at the sites listed below:
Last time we spoke to you, it was a bit doom and gloomy. Well, things have changed. We have gone into partnership with the guys at Daruma Productions, some of whom are … um, well, some of them are us. Dave and Jared teamed up with Mark and Graham to start a new miniatures company when the Wallace boys showed us that we could actually make a go of this. Read more »
The SLA Industries RPG is dying.
No, wait, don’t go! We didn’t say it’s dead! Yes, this is sad, but we can save it. Right now, Nightfall Games makes almost no money for those working on it and it’s very much a part time endeavour for Dave and Jared. This needs to change if the SLA Industries RPG is to survive. Read more »
Available for the first time as a black t-shirt, the classic 1995 SLA Industries cover by John Beeston and Glenn Fabry, featuring Hallowe’en Jack.