Games Listing

373 games found.
Filter by Initial: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Title/Description Game Type Free? GM? Players Crunchsort descending

Watch the World Die
by Tod Foley

A dice-driven collaborative game which produces a chronological "Timeline of the Apocalypse". May be played as a standalone game, or used as preparation for a post-apocalyptic RPG campaign. There are no winners, and everybody loses. Get ready to ruin everything.

Collaborative Story No No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

Making Magic
by James Mullen

This is a silly little game poem you can try with players who are familiar with various fantasy, horror or sci-fi tropes.

Collaborative Story Yes No 3+ 1 - Super Easy

Sojourner
by Jonathan Walton

An experimental two-person game based loosely on the PS3 game "Journey".

Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

Pocket Things
by Tod Foley

Pocket Things is a silly little storygame for people with pockets, and things in them. Guest appearances by Chuck Norris possible, but not guaranteed. Yeah, it's a game about the things in your pockets.

Collaborative Story No No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

Happy Birthday, Robot!
by Daniel Solis

A storytelling game in which players take turns writing the story of Robot's birthday. The dice determine how many words you'll get to write, and your fellow players will then get to modify your sentences. How much can you say in four words? How much can your friends add in just three? Play time: 30-45 Minutes. Ages 10+.

Collaborative Story No No 3-5 1 - Super Easy

Alone Together
by Janie Jaffe W

You are a girl, lost in queer spaces. Alone Together is a one(?) player game about meeting girls, kissing girls, dancing with girls, fighting with girls, flirting with girls, fucking girls, smiling and rolling your eyes and thinking about things a girl said to you once and remembering girls with love and loss and honey.

Based on Alone Among the Stars and Alone in the Ancient City by Takuma Okada.

Collaborative Story Yes No 1+ 1 - Super Easy

Paws
by DeReel

- Be an animal, meet an animal, and touch hands at a critical point in your conversation.
- A simple prisoner's dilemma will tell you if there was trust in the exchange.
- Once you've got the hang of it, you will grow a community and go on quests to protect it.
- References are Reynard the Fox, Fables, The Borrowers (alt. Arrietty) Yakari, Miyori no Mori, Kirikou, etc.

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

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

Icarus
by Spenser Starke

A collaborative storytelling game about the collapse of a great civilization. Every game begins in a city-nation known as Icarus at the height of its power where, in celebration, the city has decided to erect a massive, ever-growing monument in the center of town to display its prestige to the world.

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

Legacy of the Slayer
by Treat Games

Create your own world based off of popular series where (relatively) normal people fight off supernatural threats in a modern setting, usually in secret. Draft characters with cards that define their talents, flaws, relationships and liabilities. Modify the cards as your characters grow and change organically.

Collaborative Story No No 3-5 2 - Focus/Imagination

Pages





FICTIONEERS.NET is brought to you by
As If Productions.

To Support this Site


Hey y'all. If you ever feel like supporting a project on Patreon, I would really love it if you considered this one. Every little bit helps. You can even do a one-time donation by clicking here to drop a tip in the jar. Thanks.