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Hot Chicks the RPG: Major Malfunctions # 2 - Mall of the Future

Major Malfunctions # 2: Mall of the Future

If you ever thought a mall could be a creepy place, this adventure will prove you right!

Publisher's blurb: "Welcome to Los Cruxes Mall! Located in Anywhere, U.S.A., Los Cruxes is a marvel of neo-modern architecture and computer-assisted shopping. Constructed at a cost of over ten million dollars, it boasts four major department stores, and over a hundred and twenty stores, shops, food stalls, and restaurants for every need of a busy society. What's more, the mall's unique Security, Cargo, and Display (S.C.D.) system uses the most innocuous part of any mall, the store Mannequins, to not only display clothing and merchandise, but also as night security, cargo handling, maintenance, and cleaning crew! This keeps the operational costs of the mall very low, allowing the store space to be rented for a song. More profit for everyone!

"The mall's central processing computer not only controls the robotic mannequins of the S.C.D. system, but also keeps the stores' inventory records, sales receipts, and personnel files. It manages credit transactions, banking, and security. It has but one driving goal... to keep the mall insanely profitable for everyone involved!

"When people start going missing around the mall, it seems like a minor thing... people disappear all of the time. After all, it isn't a LOT of people. But the new mannequins start to look more and more familiar, and for some reason, they all have a haunted look on their faces. Anyone who thinks it's a problem is more than welcome to talk to mall security. Just don't threaten the mall's profit margin... This is a malfunction that needs to be fixed, and fixed soon."

More when I get hold of a copy!

Book Details:
Authors: Scott Corum and Victor Gipson
Publishers' Reference: MM02
ISBN: n/a
PDF, 62 pages
Date: December 2008

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Product page last updated: 17 February 2009