"It is late summer in Puteoli, south of Rome, 61 A.D., when the city finds itself playing unexpected host to the god Bacchus. Caught up in the madness of wine, the citizens throw off their togas and mingle as equals with slaves and foreigners in a debased fervor. And your own plans for a hasty departure are lost to this decadence which separates you from the companion with whom you would travel."
The game is subtitled, "the irresistible madness of wine and gods," and the cover proclaims it to be "a roleplaying game for adults."
The print edition differs very little from the free version:
There's Ed Heil's gorgeous cover art, which was commissioned for the print version.
There's a short intro which informs people that they could just download the game for free, but also suggests why they might buy the print version anyway.
There's the "Succeed the Proscenium" player advice text, exactly as I pasted it to the Game Chef forums.
There's a small change to the recommended number of Wine dice needed for play.
And there's a word change here and there.