A perfect game for horror movie fans. Final girl puts you in the shoes of a stereotypical horror movie character trying to survive. The goal of this two page rpg is to be the last one standing, and discover the secret to destroying the monster. ... [click here for more]
Hard S.F. Worldbuilding Cookbook #1: Moons of Gas GiantsA how-to guide for writers and roleplayers
Start with your story. Choose the situations and locations it needs. Have the science behind them at your fingertips, when you want it.
Inspiration first, then worldbuilding.
Hard S.F. Worldbuilding Cookbooks:
Written... [click here for more]
Excite your players by giving them an actual chest to loot after beating a big baddy, or a dungeon! Fill it with item cards, gold coins, and gems!
This chest prints on a single sheet of 8.5x11in paper.
Include Blank Template, in case you want to make it out of a material, instead of printing.
It is easy to cut out and assemble. Instructions are included on the same PDF that the chest... [click here for more]
Get some revenge on the worst job you've ever had! Retail Hell pits the stocking crew against the customers in this quick, pick up one shot. Mechanics light, pre-generated characters. Plays in 3-4 hours, for 4-8 players.
Using only standard 6-sided dice, Retail Hell depends mostly on story-telling so even inexperienced players can jump right in.
Andi Straube Art's first Tabletop RPG ... [click here for more]
Several small generic systems, for you to tell any story you like with ... or hack and create your own RPGs.
Rules Art Games Stories (RAGS), based on a token economy.
Spice, which has a distinctive approach to 'stats.'
Hat Adventure, which adapts a Taboo-like mechanism for storytelling.
Glimpse, inspired by tarot cards, memes, Mysterium and Dixit.
Engine, which features... [click here for more]