Top chap Carl Clare has submitted a rather positive review of Augmented Reality to RPGGeek:
"At first glance Augmented Reality is a city kit resource for the lazy GM. Spend some time with it though and you realise that's actually an unfair image - it’s a resource that could be your best friend in a tight corner. For example the tables could be used to pre-generate a city block/Johnson/encounter for later use or used to quickly improvise an area/job/encounter if the game is going in unexpected directions or beginning to flag."
Many thanks Carl!
And in case you're missing out…
Augmented Reality PWYW PDF
Augmented Reality POD Hardcopy
But Carl does makes a very good point in regard to the Drop Grid pages:
"… I can’t see them being as useful in the book unless you are willing to weigh them down flat. As the printed version doesn’t come with a pdf file as well then you are left with photocopying pages or buying the pdf. This seems a bit mean but as there are only three of these grids I’m okay with photocopying them."
Cloak and Dagger (tidied up and presented in Augmented Reality table style) and the expanded Gig Economy article, which relates directly to the original book.
The free Augmented Reality PLUS PDF is available here:
Go grab yours now.
Did I mention it's free?