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The Anything Machine

The Anything Machine


Now pay what you want! One system, all genres.  Easy to learn, rewards teamwork and critical thinking. Quick resolution. This game is fast and smooth, like a dolphin. No ability scores. No classes. Dice pool. You can roll any type of die.  All conflicts/combats are resolved with one roll of the dice by each player.  Story first, with enough crunch for mouth feel. One system...   [click here for more]
Attack Cat Games  Pay What You Want

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Modulus

Modulus


     Modulus is a human-oriented, gritty, setting-agnostic role-playing system! Math is kept to a minimum, and the rules absolutely needed for play fit on the back cover. The book contains a generic role-playing system with Game Master commentaries on all rule sections to provide insight into how to run the game, as well as why certain rules were included. The generic system includes two variants...   [click here for more]
Denver Cheney  Pay What You Want

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#DreamMingle

#DreamMingle


#Dream(Mingle) is a freeform larp played alone or with friends using a webcam or mobile phone cam with the intention of sharing it online to see what stories you can create. It is greatly inspired by Banana Chan’s They’re Onto Me and Jared Sorenson’s Lacuna: The Birth of Mystery and the Girl from Blue City, and draws inspiration from movies such as Satoshi Kon’s Paprika and Tarsem Singh’s...   [click here for more]
Tobie Abad  Pay What You Want

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Waiting for My Happily Ever After

Waiting for My Happily Ever After


"Fairytales are real, and they walk among us. "I should know, I’m one of them. Beauty, mistress of the hundred year nap, the 50 foot ponytail, and the glass slipper two-step, at your service. Chances are, you’ve seen me slinging lattes at the Tale’s End Café, a favorite safe house for us fairy folk since the invention of the camera; since we became inspiration in a can, to be bartered and traded...   [click here for more]
Andrew G. Schnieder  Pay What You Want

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