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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

D6Pool
by Russell Brown

Prep Fast. Play Fast. D6Pool is a modern roleplaying system designed for fast preparation and fast play. It is free to download and anyone is welcome to post new ideas for the rules, new skill sets, and new NPCs, adventures or campaigns.

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

Polaris
by Ben Lehman

Polaris is a roleplaying game about the dying days of the people, about how their bravest knights struggled against the Mistaken and their sun while the very people they defended choked themselves in their own self-indulgence.

Roleplaying Game No No 4 3 - Mildly Crunchy

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

vs Monsters
by Philip Reed

Players take the roles of 19th century monster hunters living in the America of the time. This is the America of Edgar Allan Poe. This is America seen though the goggles of distortion that are used by such greats as Lewis Carrol, Tim Burton, and Mike Mignola. This is America as it never really was.

Roleplaying Game Yes Yes 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

Legacy: Life Among The Ruins
by James Iles

Play to find out what happens after the apocalypse. What societies rise up from our ashes? Zoom into the personal drama of the people affecting history, and then back out to the decades and centuries that pass between the fall of one era and the rise of the next, as scenes of human drama dictate the fate of humanity.

Roleplaying Game, Powered by the Apocalypse No Yes 2+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

PEDAL.
by Marcus Shepherd

PEDAL is a story game about long distance bicycle races, like the Tour de France or La Vuelta. It's Powered by the Apocalypse and was created for the #YourMoveJam 2019. It contains only a single PbtA move: pedal.

To play PEDAL, you'll need a few friends and a bit of time. You need the rules, the playmat, the character sheet and the tags to play. You'll also need some dice, some playing cards and some tokens.

Roleplaying Game, Powered by the Apocalypse Yes No 2-6 2 - Focus/Imagination

Star Wars World
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PBTA roleplaying in the Star Wars universe. This extensive set includes playbooks for Ace, Adept, Bounty Hunter, Consulor, Gearhead, Guardian, Medic, Noble, Officer, Operative, Scoundrel, Sentinel and Trooper. There's also a PG-13 rated version here.

Roleplaying Game, Powered by the Apocalypse No Yes 2+ 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

Schyzonaut
by Evil Hat

PALACE has invented a drug to help investigation. It is called Mnemonis. Each synthesis of Mnemonis carries some portion of a candidate’s memories, and is able to imprint the experience of those memories in compressed time upon a subject.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 3 - Mildly Crunchy

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