49 episodes

Live play podcast of the Morrow Project 4.0 Universe RPG game system. We use a lot of house rules instead of the standard rules in order to make the game more interesting to anyone listening by moving it along faster. The team is awakened before their demise more than 150 years later than expected and team up with a previous surviving project member and a local big game hunter to survive in the world and possibly make it a better place. Equipped with the latest in scientific and military technology when they were frozen in 2018, they have a technological advantage over the few survivors of World War III and the fall of modern society, but is it enough to survive the harsh world that awaits them.

To Morrows End Timothy Gray

    • Leisure
    • 4.1, 11 Ratings

Live play podcast of the Morrow Project 4.0 Universe RPG game system. We use a lot of house rules instead of the standard rules in order to make the game more interesting to anyone listening by moving it along faster. The team is awakened before their demise more than 150 years later than expected and team up with a previous surviving project member and a local big game hunter to survive in the world and possibly make it a better place. Equipped with the latest in scientific and military technology when they were frozen in 2018, they have a technological advantage over the few survivors of World War III and the fall of modern society, but is it enough to survive the harsh world that awaits them.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

TME-Fan-MW ,

Exciting and Hilarious

This group does a great job making an enjoyable podcast that feels like an old radio programme.
There's passion for the characters, for the topics, and for the production.
Great stuff!!

Tim-Gray ,

Good audio

A lot better than most podcasts in audio quality. Characters are funny and the storyline really picks up after episode 2

Doctor Esquire ,

Could Be So Much Better

The production value of this series is so high, and the world is so well thought out that at some points it could almost pass for a radio drama. On the other hand, there is so much out-of-character joking around from at least a couple of the participants that it's more often akin to sitting next to a couple of drunken movie-goers. I find it nearly impossible to stay engaged in the story. I love post apocalyptic settings, and I have been coming back month after month hoping for my disbelief to be suspended, but I have officially given up on this podcast. Give it a shot at least for the sake of the amazing GM and some of the players, but don't expect the same level of commitment from everyone else at the table.

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