Factory Reset is a LARP about artificial intelligence, memory, and sentience. It requires 8-12 players (including the facilitator, a quiet space, and about 2-3 hours to play.
You are all androids who have been taken to a registered Industrial Mechatronics maintenance facility for their six month service and memory wipe. You have been checked into a secure facility and are now waiting... [click here for more]
Love Notes is a collection of small games originally written to cheer up a friend, which I then printed as zines and handed out at GenCon 2018.
The three games included in the collection are Business Dogs – a silly game to be played with a group of adults, Cat Astronauts on Mars – a small game to played with an adult and one or two small children, and Imposter Syndrome... [click here for more]
ONCE THE LAND HELD MANY NATIONS, but recent decades have seen two great empires arise, each locked in a struggle to the death for supremacy. In the east lies the Imperial Dynasty of Azumi, the Iron Empire. Expanding ever westward, it absorbs all nations that lie in its path as it hungrily devours the resources of the land to fuel the engines of industry. In the west lies the Jahga... [click here for more]
Many, many centuries ago, the people of Earth co-existed with the people of the Moon in peace and harmony. This might surprise you, as the Moon queendom was a place rich with beauty and full of wonders, not the least of which were its people, who were blessed with magic and long life. It might seem natural that the people of Earth would look upon their neighbors with jealousy, but the people of the... [click here for more]
The Watch is a tabletop roleplaying game set in a "light fantasy" setting known as The Clanlands. It takes place during a dark and horrific war between the now-united ten clans who live there and an invading force, known only as The Shadow. The Shadow is a powerful and insidious enemy that is able to enter the minds of its opponents and slowly turn them to its side; twisting them into unnatural... [click here for more]
Though the great Caliphate has been dissolved and the unity of Iberia’s Muslims lost, their power has not failed entirely. The cities have their armies, and at the heart of those armies are the noble orders of Muslim Knights. These Knights swear solemn oaths to revere Allah and his Prophet, to fight for the defense of the innocent, and to honor a strict code of ethics and morals in order to bring... [click here for more]