Hex Games Releases GILGAMESH!: The Lost Tablets

Written by Steve Johnson. Posted in News

Hex Games has just released GILGAMESH!: The Lost Tablets, a companion to the 2012 release GILGAMESH!, an epic adventure based on the world’s oldest epic.

If you’ve played the game GILGAMESH!, you know the story of the legendary Gilgamesh’s quest to find the secret of immortality, and his epic journey past the ends of the world and into the realm of the gods. But now, for the first time, you can learn how Gilgamesh befriended the wild man Enkidu. Watch as Gilgamesh and Enkidu venture into the Forest of Cedar to battle Humbaba, the most horrible monster in the world! See Gilgamesh and Enkidu defend their city from the Bull of Heaven, and witness the punishment the gods rain down on them!   

GILGAMESH!: The Lost Tablets is a supplement to the adventure GILGAMESH!, which is designed for use with the QAGS Second Edition rules. The Lost Tablets gives GMs the tools they need to incorporate additional scenes into the adventure, to run a prequel game, or even to create an ongoing campaign. It includes a summary of the first eight tablets of The Epic of Gilgamesh, GM Notes for each tablet, and game stats for Enkidu, Ishtar, Humbaba, and more.

GILGAMESH!: The Lost Tablets–as well as the QAGS rulebook, GILGAMESH!, The Hobomancer Companion, and more--can be purchased in PDF form at or at other fine online vendors for just 99 cents.

The QAGS Qik Start Rules are available for download at, absolutely free.

GILGAMESH!: The Lost Tablets is written by Leighton (Beowulf Vs. Grendel) Connor and illustrated by Joshua (Bernie the Flumph) Burnett.


Registration Trouble?

Written by Steve Johnson. Posted in News

For some reason our confirmation emails aren't always getting through, especially to users with Yahoo, MSN, and Hotmail email addresses. If you don't get a confirmation email, let us know via the contact form and we'll activate your account as soon as we get a chance. Sorry for the inconvenience. 


Dynateens: Surf Force On Sale Now

Written by Steve Johnson. Posted in News

In the early 90s, Chick Sabine of Sabine Entertainment decided the world needed a new show made by splicing together clips from a Korean action program with original content featuring hip young actors. Over the next two decades Dynateens spawned a dozen follow-up shows, all using the same formula that made the original such a hit.

Now in 2014, the latest show, Dynateens: Surf Force, is set to debut on Amerinet's affiliate channel, Bijou, as part of its Saturday night Action Hour. And Hex Games is proud to announce that they have produced the only officially licensed RPG based on this surefire hit!

When the evil forces of Megalodon the Mighty threaten the submarine city of New Atlantis, a team of super-powered teenagers, the Dynateens, arise to meet that threat. But are they strong enough to defeat the Great Shark menace and save humanity?

Dynateens: Surf Force is a game designed for use with the QAGS Second Edition rules that allows you to recreate the action, aquatic adventure, and thrills of the eagerly-anticipated new show. It includes background on the setting, rules for creating Dynateen characters, genre tropes, sample characters, adventure templates, character sheets, and more!

Dynateens: Surf Force–as well as the QAGS rulebook, Sharktoberfest, The Hobomancer Companion, and more--can be purchased in PDF form at and at the finer PDF sales sites for just $4.99.

The QAGS Qik Start Rules, which include all the rules you need to play Dynateens: Surf Force, are available for download at, absolutely free.

Dynateens: Surf Force is written by Ian “DynaRed” Engle and illustrated by Joshua “Great White” Burnett, with a cover by James Hornsby.

Go go, Dynateens! 


Welcome To The New Hex Site

Written by Steve Johnson. Posted in News

As you can see, we've redesigned the Hex web site for the first time in quite a while. With the new version of the site, we've tried to account for the new ways people use gaming websites in the age of social media, which means getting rid of things like the dedicated forums that for the last few years have mainly only served as bait for spammers. We've also done our best to integrate the site with things like Facebook and Twitter. The slider on the right edge of page points to our social media pages (mouse over to see our latest posts) and the one on the left lets you share content on popular sites. You can also comment on most articles using your Facebook account below the article. 

We've completely upgraded our web store, most importantly by making print editions of many of our PDFs available here for the first time (with more coming soon). And now when you buy a print book, you automatically get the PDF download thrown in for free. We've also come up with a limited Pay What You Want system for some products. You can't name the exact price you want to pay, but you can choose to get the items for free, $1, $2.50, or $5. If you want to give us more, you can buy multiple copies. If you want to give us less than $1, just take the thing for free. By the time PayPal takes their cut, there's not enough left to worry with anyway. 

We built the new site from scratch, so you'll need to create a new user account even if you had one before. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Enjoy the new site!


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