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Executive Decision
by Greg Stolze

A white-knuckle game of real-time political crisis.

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

Karma
by Gareth H. Graham

A Roleplaying Game about Consequences. KARMA is a story-roleplaying game from Frenzy Kitty Games, designed for 3-5 players, with each session playing out in about 2 hours. There is no game master required - each player takes turns framing and directing scenes and having agency over the narrative.

Collaborative Story No No 2+ 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

Out of Dodge
by Jason Morningstar

Out of Dodge is a four-person, American Freeform game about desperate criminals on a car ride to nowhere. Perfect for your next road trip! The game requires four players, a small space arranged like a car, and should take around 1-2 hours to play. It can be played by responsible people in an actual moving car.

Collaborative Story No No 4 2 - Focus/Imagination

Wands in the Aether
by Nora Blake

A GM-less RPG about wizard criminals. It uses Forged in the Dark mechanics and Facade Dice. PWYW.

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

Fairyland Confidential
by Nick Wedig

A game that mashes up the genre conventions of film noir with the legends and stories of fairy folklore. It’s a roleplaying game for one player. You’ll need a deck of regular playing cards (with jokers), two dice of different colors, a set of these rules, a victim sheet, a crime sheet, and some way to take notes. It should take you 30 minutes to an hour to play. PWYW.

Roleplaying Game Yes No 1 2 - Focus/Imagination

The Quest-Giving Game
by Neal Stidham

A tale-telling game in which you and your friends sit around telling stories about your alter-egos, linking your tales to each others and engaging in good-natured boastfulness. Currently in Alpha.

Collaborative Story Yes No 3+ 1 - Super Easy

Speak to me. The voices are far too loud.
by Tobie Abad

This game was written as a statement against bullying and against hate. This game was inspired by a powerful scene from writing legend Alan Moore and David Lloyd’s V for Vendetta. This game was also written as a protest and as a defiant stance against the hate which seems to currently fuel the world. We must embrace love. And this game hopes to allow opportunities to find that despite the bleakness the surround us.

This game might not be for everyone.

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

Not-Too-Silly Stories
by Jens Alfke

A free-form, story-oriented, rules-lite, GM-less roleplaying game. It’s a bit like a highly simplified version of Universalis. I designed it to play with my kids, hence the use of Silliness as a constrained resource to keep the stories from getting out of hand.

Collaborative Story Yes No 2+ 2 - Focus/Imagination

As Above
by Emily Care Boss

As Above is a storytelling and role playing game for two to six players. The stories of the game are inspired by fairy tales, myths and legends. They take place in a fictional world, inspired by but not meant to represent any particular place or tradition on Earth. As Above is inspired by Russian Matroyshka dolls. These beautifully painted dolls nest one inside another, as the stories are intended to do in As Above.

Roleplaying Game, Collaborative Story Yes No 2-6 2 - Focus/Imagination

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