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December 7, 2017 - Irving, TX - Endless RPG is the rare breed of random dungeon generator aimed at players rather than dungeon masters.  Compatible with both Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition and Pathfinder roleplaying systems, Endless RPG essentially creates a brand new adventure module each time you choose to go on a mission, allowing players who don't have a dedicated game master to enjoy the pen-and-paper experience.

Endless RPG isn't a game in the traditional sense.  It is a tool for players of D&D and Pathfinder allowing them to play the game solo or with a small group of friends.  The app contains a tactical battle map and a quick combat tool to aid with combat, but all of the dice rolling is up to the players.  Endless RPG creates multi-level random dungeons from different environments like caves and ruins and fills them with monsters, traps, treasures, locked doors and various hidden secrets.  

Players can create a party of up to eight character and Endless RPG is capable of generating adventures for parties leveled 1 to 20.  The app is perfect for roleplaying enthusiasts that just can't get enough D&D or Pathfinder.

The app is available on Apple's App Store for the iPhone and iPad and Google's Play Store for Android smartphones and tablets.

About Nations Software:

Nations Software has produced a line of turn-based role-playing games including Endless Adventures.  Endless RPG takes this rogue-like code and transfers it to the world of tabletop roleplaying.

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