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Primrose Place
by Jared Sinclair

You are retired and living in the Primrose Place Retirement Community just off of I-95 outside of St. Augustine, Florida. It’s a pleasant enough place. Every Thursday afternoon, you get together in the Primrose Place Activities Center with some of the other residents and reminisce about your lives over a friendly game of dominoes.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 2-4 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

Geiger Counter
by Jonathan Walton

Geiger Counter is a game system for Survival Horror. It was designed to do two things: 1) emulate movies in which most of the main characters eventually die and 2) perform really well in single-session play, such as a pick-up or convention game. This game requires a bunch of six-sided dice. I use about 20-30 dice of one color for the main characters and 8 dice of a different color for the menace.

Collaborative Story Yes No 5-7 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Midsummer Wood
by D. Vincent Baker

A roleplaying game of a mortal person encountering the realm of Faerie.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 4+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Sea Dracula
by Nick Smith, Jake Richmond

A silly roleplaying game of animal lawyers in a magical town arguing the greatest cases of their careers. And dancing.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 3-6 2 - Focus/Imagination

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

The Enclave
by Mark Silcox

A collaborative Storygame. Over the course of an hour or two, you and your friends will construct a narrative about a Community of heroic (or delusional) isolationists, who construct for themselves an entrenched bastion against (what they perceive to be) the hostile forces of the outer world.

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

Revisionist History
by Trevis Martin

Revisionist History is a game meant for play by post (PBP) or play by e-mail (PBEM.) This game builds on inspiration from novels that present their stories as the diaries and letters of their subjects, novels like Dracula by Bram Stoker and House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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

Lords of Titania
by Hamish Cameron

A GM-less game for 3-5 players.

The game is set on Titania, a huge colony ship drifting through deep space towards… somewhere. A central biosphere generates food, oxygen and recycles water for hundreds of habitation pods floating at the end of trailing umbilical connections. Each habitation pod is ruled by a family, lords of their domain. Lords of Titania is the story of the downfall of one such family.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Dream Askew
by Avery Alder

A game that queers the post-apocalyptic genre, exploring how the apocalyptic process could impact our sexuality, genders, livelihoods, experiences of marginalization, and experiences of liberation.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story, Powered by the Apocalypse Yes No 3-6 3 - Mildly Crunchy

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