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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

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

Space Goblins!
by Viditya Voleti

You are all Goblins, congratulations! You are also all barreling through space in a ship made of junk and scrap, how lucky! Your goal: to make it to Junktopia, the rogue planet in the middle of space, a utopia for the Goblins, with your ship intact and as much Junk as you can to further its beauty!

Space Goblins! is a hack of Tunnel Goons for 3-5 players with rotating GM play and an emphasis on wild Goblin-created mayhem! PWYW.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 3-5 3 - Mildly Crunchy

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

The Newly Arrived
by J. Gurantz

As the Newly Arrived, how have you done living on the fringe of society? What has it been like being an outsider? What's changed for you? Why do you now think you need others to survive?
And for those who are insiders, well within the established group, do really you need to include and let the Newly Arrived in to grow? What's changed for you? What makes you reconsider the lessons of the past?
Look inside yourselves and ask what makes you want to be part of a bigger network.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story No No 3+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Last Winter's Lights
by Marc Majcher

Tell the stories of intrigue between courtiers trapped in a snowbound castle, jostling for status as the King tries to remove the icy curse. The majority of the game will be played out with two types of scenes: private conversations between two characters, and open Court scenes with all the characters present. Cards here: http://bit.ly/19fta2T

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 3-5 3 - Mildly Crunchy

The Loop
by DeReel

a slapstick game of breaking the time loop

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

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

Border Striders
by DeReel

This is a storygame about hard journeys.

1-8 players 120 minutes

With this one, I am approaching at some serious stuff I bear. The tone doesn't have to be heavy, but it can become very dark, depending on the values you choose to start with and the individualism you put in it. You can lighten the tone by reading "when you stay" instead of "when you reach" in the resolution mechanic.

It is totally inspired by Mesopotamians, by Nick Wedig.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 3+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Title Goes Here
by Mendel Schmiedekamp

A game of delving into a text (which could be any novel, whether or not the players have even read it) and constructing a mystical system of truth from that text. Inspired by readings in hermeneutics, semiotics, and Christian and Jewish mysticism.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

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