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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

Coming of Age
by Mendel Schmiedekamp

An uplifting game where you play people who are learning their potential and dealing with their issues in the midst of trouble. Create your own setting or use a setting sheet: Space Police Cadets, Squires of Sword and Sorcery, Scions of the Superspy. And yes, Coming of Age can be played solitaire.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 1-6 2 - Focus/Imagination

Questlandia
by Hannah Shaffer

A roleplaying-slash-storytelling game in which players make up their own characters and kingdom. A combination of dice and cards is used to determine turning points in their narratives.

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

Dreamwake
by Alessandro Piroddi

A roleplaying game of interdimensional agents traveling between realms to solve missions in a world where reality is coming apart. What You Need to Play: one copy of the Character Sheet for each Player, a full Opposition Deck (or a normal deck of poker cards), a Framing card, a Lead card and an Opposition Clock card. Also you must get: a bunch of six sided dice: six white (6d6), six black (6d6), six blue (6d6), pencils & erasers & white sheets to take notes ...

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 2-5 4 - Moderately Crunchy

Tech Support II: Customer Returns
by James Mullen

A spiritual successor to 2014's Tech Support, with a pair of players depicting the interchange between (a) a dissatisfied customer who is returning a product and (b) a representative of the retailer the customer bought the product from.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2 1 - Super Easy

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 Sundered Land
by D. Vincent Baker

The Sundered Land is a series of 5 single-page games plus 2 supplements set in the Sword-and-Sorcery ruins of the future. A Doomed Pilgrim is designed for online play. You play the pilgrim, and your friends on the internet try to see you to your doom.

Collaborative Story No No 2+ 1 - Super Easy

HVE Water
by Ross Cowman

A storygame about love, survival, and the fall of civilization. In it we play fictional versions of ourselves in a world where an apocalyptic event has wiped out most of humanity.

Collaborative Story Yes No 3+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Paper Tigers
by Ashok Desai

Paper Tigers is a competitive role-playing game for three to six players, five being the ideal amount. There is no need for a GM. Each player takes on the role of a conniving politician looking to finagle their party into power by any means necessary.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 3-6 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Take A Walk on the Weird Side
by J. Alden

Take A Walk on the Weird Side is a trilogy of slice-of-life science fantasy storytelling games. One is focused around a week in the life of some housemates; one is a workplace comedy modeled on the structure of TV sitcoms; one is about describing a life-changing road trip undertaken by friends.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

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