Misfortune is a narrative game in the literal sense. Its game mechanics handle the characters and story as tangible things, as something that can be affected.
Mechanically it is short and simple, but created with a strong, single-minded vision. It is a game created to run anything, and to bring any game situation the amount of drama and tension it deserves. In it, the player is given... [click here for more]
A primer and sample mystery for Breakfast Cult.
In the Weird Age of the late 21st century, the newly-discovered occult sciences are changing the world. If you want to learn them, Occultar Academy is the place to go. In this secluded island school, talented students from all over the world can learn sorcery and occultech under the Foundation's watchful eye.
But the Academy hides dangerous secrets,... [click here for more]
Babes in the Wood is a roleplaying game of kids in a mysterious forest on Halloween night. Inspired by surreal kid's fiction like Alice in Wonderland and Over the Garden Wall, 1-4 players and 1 game master will explore the wood, solve mysteries, test their friendships, and face their fears. This game is Powered by the Apocalypse.
Babes in the Wood includes
3 playable classes: Big Kid,... [click here for more]
The Open Core System returns with a new multi genre game that supports all your favorite Manga and Anime. Open Anime is effects-based to help you create that 'perfect' character using attributes, skills, abilities, and disabilities. Open Anime is 'classless,' a point-based system that can allow players and GMs to create a wide variety of characters and world. Open Anime uses a simple, time-proven base... [click here for more]
A game about undead warrior kings trying to make it as a rock and roll band, inspired by a song by They Might Be Giants.
Through some terrible black magic, the evil sorceress Azita has resurrected several ancient Mesopotamian warlords to serve as generals of her undead army, leading her conquest of the modern world.
Instead, you started a rock band.
Now you’re driving across... [click here for more]