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CyberSpace - Augmentation Tables

These are PDF scans of the original cyber augmentation tables from "CyberSpace" (Iron Crown Enterprises, 1989). Click here.

UbiquiCity Map - book 2 version

UbiquiCity Map
This map shows the locations of important spots throughout the city, from both books.

Book 2 - Now Available!

HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVES

Beneath the smartglass towers, hovering drones and digital advertisements of the corporate elite, life on the streets of Union City follows its own cyber-organic rhythms.

Book 2 Cover Reveal!

Original cover art by KHIUS (creator of the book 1 cover)

UbiquiCity Book 2: "Undercurrents" - Coming this winter from As If Books.

Includes stories by Irene Bassett, Brad Cole, D.M. Dore, Jens Durke, S.L. Koch, G. Dean Manuel, Adrian McCauley and Rick Rosenkranz.

Book 2 in Progress

Team Ubi is happy to announce that final edits and layup has begun for the second book in the UbiquiCity series! Set in the same city of ubiquitous computing and featuring many of your favorite characters from book one, the new installment is scheduled for a Winter release, and will include original fiction by Irene Bassett, Brad Cole, D.M. Dore, Jens Durke, S.L. Koch, G. Dean Manuel, Adrian McCauley and Rick Rosenkranz.

UbiquiCity Teaser Video

Tales of the Fractopian Future

The UbiquiCity anthology is comprised of ten stories set in the same computer-augmented world, one hundred years in our future. Stories include...

Real Life Action Hero by T Reynolds --
A plucky investigative reporter and a beleaguered cop in training make an unusual duo, and a mysterious find.

UbiquiCity Map

UbiquiCity
This map shows the basic layout and distribution of Districts in UbiquiCity.

Flashback: The Big Idea

Remember "Thieves World"? It was a game supplement (a superbly detailed city) by Chaosium, based on a line of fiction anthologies set in that city, written by multiple authors and curated/edited by Robert Asprin.

I am thinking of putting together a team of writers/designers to create a future city supplement along those lines (working title: "Ubiquicity"). I was going to do it myself but the future is hard to predict in toto, and I think this can be a much better product if it's multi-valent.

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