DC Gear-Up! is a new release for Dark Conspiracy 1st edition. Written and compiled by Paul Riegel-Green, it provides a definitive collection of mundane and exotic items for use in our favourite modern conspiracy-horror roleplaying game.
Written by Eric W. Haddock (1991, GDW)
New Orleans hit the shelves in 1991 as the first book produced by Game Designers Workshop (GDW) in support of their new Dark Conspiracy game-line. More than simply an adventure, New Orleans is part scenario, part city supplement, and in many ways the blueprint for the books that were to follow.
Written by Charles E. Gannon (1991, GDW)
The Darktek sourcebook is a bit of a departure for this site and its reviews; it is the first non-adventure (or campaign) that we have looked at. Weighing in at just over 100 pages, the Darktek sourcebook is a collection of devices, tools and weapons that are examples of the advances in technology that have come about since the arrival of the ET races and the Dark Minions.