Motobushido is a tabletop role-playing game about brotherhood, sacrifice, and death - all part of the Motorcycle Samurai lifestyle. In this game, you and a group of your friends play a pack of motorcycle-riding samurai in the years after a great war ravaged the land - a war that your side lost. You are the last of a dying breed of warriors. As motobushi you travel a hostile... [click here for more]
What if every crazy conspiracy theory is true?
The Grand Conspiracy is a tabletop role-playing game of ordinary humans discovering the truth about aliens, government cover-ups, and anal probes.
The system is based on Fudge (the toolkit with which Fate was built).
Each player-character has the following attributes:
A Desire,... [click here for more]
In a world of dark fantasy and perilous adventure, the forces of evil have triumphed. Those who remain uncorrupted by wickedness must rely upon monsters to fight against the darkness. Witches have ruled the land since the last battles of conquest, but their Grand Coven has been sundered, leaving behind remnants of a once-mighty army. The remnants of the horde include captured citizens of the conquered... [click here for more]
With a campy subject matter spiced with serious undertones, American Deadvolution will help to change the way you role-play. The particular time in history provides additional aspects of horror by removing the reliability of technology but adds opportunities for political intrigue, survival themes, and exploration. Don't let the zombie infested colonial era fool you, its only as comedic as you want... [click here for more]
Looking for something to play over Halloween? Something fun to do on Friday the 13th? Want to experience the human side of horror movies?
The Spooky Four Things game is a twist on my Four Things game which sets the self reflection on the backdrop of a player-chosen horror scenario.
It’s a simple, systemless game about ordinary people and examines the quirks and foibles which form our personalities... [click here for more]
“…a brilliant little game that uses candy as a mechanic! I love the look and feel of this one…” – Games on Board“This was a fun game….I would recommend it to anyone.” – William Nabors, playtesterYou've always been the best of friends. You've done practically everything together. But this past summer, you all went to... [click here for more]