“This 500-page book presents the material in its original, classic form. No updates, no rules revisions, no changes, and nothing to disrupt the entertaining formula that has led the Grimtooth’s line to sell more than 250,000 copies since 1981.”
Goodman Games Press Release
I especially like that they are presenting the books in their original system-agnostic format. Grimtooth’s books have always been about the concepts and adding game statistics just clutters up the book.
Truth be told, I almost never used the material in these books. I may be an evil DM but I do have my limits. The joy of these books is largely in the reading, though there are definitely ideas to be lifted from them.
Although I did use a few traps as-listed. Such as the fake giant spider trap, where the web is composed of fuses leading to powder kegs hidden in the walls. And the Greek fire enclosed in wax bladders attached to the ceiling, where torches can melt the wax and ignite the liquid.
No pricing information is available yet, but this is a book I look forward to seeing.
Also, make sure to watch the video at the Goodman Games page, where they talk about reprinting a lot of classic Judges’ Guild material.