Happy Holidays, Fiasco fans! As a special seasonal gift, we’re finally releasing Chris Bennett’s infamous Los Angeles 1936 for everyone to enjoy!
“I needed a drink. I needed a lot of life insurance, I needed a vacation, I needed a home in the country. What I had was a coat, a hat and a gun.” —Raymond Chandler
In Raymond Chandler’s Los Angeles, circa 1936, the sun-blinded streets would just as soon put a knife in your back. And all the diamond-edged glamour of a Hollywood starlet can’t save you from a fall off a 30-story building. Enter the black and white world of smoky nightclubs and faded apartment hallways, where every crime is shot “on location.” There are many grand dreams waiting to be unraveled. Are you ready to enter the labyrinth?
Originally released only as a Gen Con special exclusive, Los Angeles 1936 is one of the first and best Fiasco playsets. Chris wrote the initial version before the game was even finished, and his enthusiasm and forward thinking are partly responsible for the current Playset of the Month model.
Chris has been one of the biggest supporters of the game since the beginning, and is a true friend to Bully Pulpit. Thanks for all your help Chris, and for letting us keep this playset to ourselves for so long!