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Danger Mountain!
by Jason Morningstar

The game of 70s environmental disaster movies. Mother Earth is crying, and she will have her revenge. The game is divided into two parts - before the disaster and during the disaster - and can be played by 2-6 light-hearted, melodramatic friends. Four is probably best. There is no GM.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

Danger Patrol
by John Harper

A retro sci-fi action/adventure roleplaying game game. The idea is to create the episodes of a 50s-style TV show in the vein of the old Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers serials (with maybe a dash of the Venture Bros., Star Wars, and Indiana Jones).

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 4 - Moderately Crunchy

Dawn of Worlds
by N. Bob Pesall

A game in which the players portray gods and collaboratively or competitively create a fantasy world from scratch.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

DayTrippers
by Tod Foley

A Surreal Science Fiction Reality-Hopping RPG in which Players portray the crew of a "SlipShip," traveling to other dimensions and mind-twisting alternate realities.

DayTrippers is a genre sim that blends traditional and modern/narrativist techniques: a new approach to a surrealistic sci-fi multiversal milieu, in which an assortment of colorful character classes pilot unique machines into dream worlds and divergent universes, to retrieve items of value and bring them back home.

Roleplaying Game No Yes 2+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Dead Man Talking
by Leo Marshall

A storygame in which players portray multiple characters, examining the life of a protagonist to discover what turned them into a criminal, bound for the electric chair.

Collaborative Story Yes No 3+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Death Takes a Holiday
by Nick Wedig

Every day or so, the Grim Reaper sends the Boxmullers a postcard. Each postcard would be emblazoned with a cryptic clue as to who was about to die. Death Takes a Holiday is a collaborative story-telling entertainment, intended to be played by a small coterie of friends and acquaintances, perhaps two to five in number.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 2-5 2 - Focus/Imagination

Den of Thieves
by Johnstone Metzger

A round-robin roleplaying game of Fantasy Thieves in a Fantasy City, with magic and whatnot and a sort-of Victorian underworld vibe. You can play with or without a GM.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 3+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Deniable
by Stuart McDermid, Joe Sweeney

A Game of Unwitting Spies Tempted by Easy Money. Deniable is a storygame that takes inspiration from those wickedly satirical British spy dramas, such as Spy, Spooks... or those gritty police series such as Luther and Murphie's law. This is an RPG unlike any you've played before: be prepared to laugh, cry and cause mayhem to your hapless heroes.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story No Yes 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Deserting Paradise
by Avery Alder, Team Fremen

A roleplaying game of mangy street punks who discover the secrets of magic and immortality. You've got some survival skills, and they'll help you escape the city, hopefully. You've got some magic, too. It'll help you out of a bind, but it'll also make The Man furious. But before you can leave this city that's trying to kill you, you've got some Unfinished Business to attend to.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes Yes 2-4 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Devils in the Details
by Julian Butcher

You are imps: you are puny, cowardly, clumsy, mean, inept, and ambitious. You all serve a powerful demon, and if you impress them they may let you reincarnate as something stronger or smarter or less smelly. You have your eye on a gift for your master, but there's no way in Hell you can get to it on your own. Maybe you could together. First though, you need a plan, and the more complicated it is, the better you look.

Collaborative Story No No 2-6 2 - Focus/Imagination

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