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Ribbon Drive
by Avery Mcdaldno

A storytelling game about letting go on the open road, all guided by the music on your playlist.

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

Reconsolidation
by Keith Stetson, Clarissa Baut Stetson

Reconsolidation is a collaborative storytelling card game about navigating the twisting corridors of memory to free a patient from the burden of a repressed traumatic memory. Each player plays a bit of the patient's mind and tries to use pleasant memories to unlock the elements of the core repressed memory. Then and only then may they help the patient confront the traumatic memory and re-frame it so as to better see its beneficial effects.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2-5 2 - Focus/Imagination

Remember Tomorrow
by Gregor Hutton

Remember Tomorrow is a role-playing game set in the near future. Look at the world today, now flash it forward twenty minutes into the future. Sky Cars: Check. Memory Couriers: Check. Everything Else: Slightly Changed, huh, how about that? It's a quick and dirty near-future "cyberpunk" game that features: easy character generation; an ensemble cast of PCs and Factions; goal-oriented stories built in play; GMless, scene-based resolution.

Roleplaying Game No No 2-5 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Routines
by Janie Jaffe W

A single-player mech game to play while coding, inspired by not being able to focus while coding.
You are a pilot of a K-Series Enhanced-Armored Battlemech.

Collaborative Story Yes No 1 1 - Super Easy

Rydu
by Tam H

A minimalist hack of Dungeon World with character traits inspired by Risus, Rydu is designed to be compatible with *W games, to be playable solo, and to fit in a pocket. Print it out, fold it up, slip a few blank pages for maps into the pocket, grab a pencil stub and four d6s, and you’re set. You don’t even need friends.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 1+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Rockerboys and Vending Machines
by Encoded Designs

You are a group of operatives in Neon City. You take shadowy jobs the corporations cannot do themselves. Create a team and get involved in crazy cyberpunk adventures!

Your leader Dar-C has been infected with a strange techno-virus which has shut down his implants and left him unconscious, leaving you to take the next job by yourselves while he recovers at the local vat clinic.

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 1 - Super Easy

REV·IVRE
by DeReel

a cyberpunk farce about dream machines

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

reSISTERs
by DeReel

This game doesn't pretend to accurately represent the experience of fantifas militants. Its rudimentary comment - that there's a contradiction to be overcome between office and street activism - mostly intends to reveal our representations.

Who are the militants? How is a fascist problem structured? Where can we simplify or generalize?

Roleplaying Game Yes No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

Risus
by S. John Ross

The 20th Anniversary edition of one of the world's first free RPGs (still free, always and forever). For some, Risus is a handy “emergency” RPG for spur-of-the-moment one-shots and rapid character creation. For others, it’s a reliable campaign system supporting years of play. For others still, it’s a strange little pamphlet with stick figures. No matter what you think it is, there's no wrong way to play.

PWYW at DrivethruRPG.com

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Riot!
by DeReel

An invitation to flesh out a world through
various perspectives
crystalizing into
an event.

This is a hack of Wartorn by bookbinder7, Vivre Libre ou Mourir by Guillaume Jentey, and Swords Without Masters by Master Epidiah Ravachol

Also influenced by Run. Die. Repeat. by Labrys Games, kF's works, Manhattan Transfer by John Dos Pasos, L'Être et l'Évènement by Alain Badiou, Refuse. Resist. by Sepultura, Born Dead by Body Count, Akira by Katsuhiro Ōtomo.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story No No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

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