Quite a week, wasn't it? Well, let me soothe your jangled nerves with a collection of four free products, the contents of which will undoubtedly blow your mind:
-Dungeonslayers, a quick, pick-up RPG for a retro blast through dungeons, has been translated from the German version and is available here as a free pdf (and under a Creative Commons license!).
-Microlite74 2.0 is out. This is a revision of the earlier rules of the same name, and looks to clean things up (they weren't already?) and bring them in line with more of a 0e feel. I plan to use this rules version for my old-school 2-hour dungeon smash n' grab at Gen Con Indy.
-Dungeon Doors: Need some doors to go with your cardstock miniatures or display? Download these dungeon doors for free and add them to the mix.
-Castle of the Mad ArchMage: Forget all those places offering to sell you an old-school dungeon! Greyhawk Grognard has recently released (12 MB pdf) the second level of their fine and fitting continuation of What The Rest of Zagyg Could (Should) Have Been. With a new, free update each month this year, this has to be one of the best RPG projects to follow this year, paid or no.