2016 Submissions

Here's a list of the games submitted in 2016. Links are available below for those shared by the designers.

  • (I Declare) Combat by Mike Young
  • A Great Machine by Jared Axelrod
  • The After Party by Chris Glover
  • The Arcadians by Jonathan Walton and Jackson Tegu
  • Ars camelopandi by Ben Lehman
  • Baltimore! Baltimore! Dinosaur! by Scott Slomiany
  • Big Dicks by Countess Dillymore
  • Bottlequest by Dominik Dracan Dembinski, Mikolaj Wicher
  • Brain Files by Kristin Firth
  • Celestial Attraction by Rebecca Roycroft
  • CONfused by Clark Timmins
  • Containment Breach by Thomas White, Rafael Quintiro
  • Dino Dig Daze! by Nicolas Hornyak
  • Do The Astral Conga by Jay Sylvano
  • Downtime by Alex Carlson, Adam McConnaughey
  • Driving While Black by Ross Cheung
  • Empty Orchestra by Jeff Stormer
  • The End? by David Miessler-Kubanek
  • Extinction Party by Jason Cox
  • The Farce of Face by Ben Morrow
  • Free | Will by tobie abad
  • Glass Ceiling by Jenn Martin and Todd Nicholas
  • The Grand Old Flock by Shawn Stokes
  • The Great Discovery by Elizabeth Lui
  • Heart of the Dungeon by Kitty Stoholski
  • In Memoriam by Shoshana Kessock
  • It's All Good by Tim Hutchings
  • Journey To Aurora by Jeremy Alva
  • La Brea by Marc Majcher
  • Lemonade (a tribute) by Elliott Smith & Gavin White
  • Let's Be Dinosaurs! by Javier P. Beltrán
  • The Leviathan's Eye by Noah Jay-Bonn
  • The Life and Death of Stars by Clinton Ladd
  • Living Memories in the Forgetting Place by Michael Victorine
  • Living Spaces / Dead Spaces by Hamish MacPherson & Michael Such
  • Masks by Jason Feldstein
  • Night at the Galactic Grand Ball by Casey Johnson
  • Nowhere by Jonny Garcia
  • OFF THIS ROCK! by Will Tait
  • On the Other Side by Kate Hill and Chris Dragga
  • ONE HUNDRED FEET TALL! by Joe Landolph
  • Orion by Xochi Vergas
  • Owroboros by Anonymous
  • The Porch by Jacqueline Bryk
  • Post Apocalyptic Tea House by David Rothfeder
  • Pride and Possession: The Bone Wars by Laura Boylan
  • Remember This by Katt
  • Rise and Fall of The New Galaxies by Agata Swistak
  • Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies: Dinosaur Edition by Nicole Winchester
  • Ruff Times by Guilherme DR
  • Seance by Ailea Merriam-Pigg
  • Secret Dinosaurs by Eva Schiffer
  • Soaring Fragments by Antonio Amato, Francesco Rugerfred Sedda, Francesco Zani
  • The Sound of Silence by Maury Brown
  • Star Level 10 by Madeline Wedig and Nick Wedig
  • The Sublime Flickering Light by Evan Torner
  • Symbiosis by Sarah Lynne Bowman and Dani Higgins
  • Talking Goat by Jessie Rainbow
  • They're Onto Me by Banana Chan
  • This Place is Haunted by Jay Treat
  • This Procrustean Bed by Daniel H. Levine
  • Too Many Mediums by Stephen Dewey
  • Uplift by Ben Walker
  • Velociraptor's Grave by Ed Turner
  • Waiting Room by Tayler Stokes
  • Warning! Death or Serious Injury Can Occur by Kat Jones
  • Was It The Soup by J. Michael Arons
  • We Are Roommates Now by Wendy Gorman
  • What We Are in the Dark by Laura Wood
  • Wigilia by Jeff Dieterle

  • (I Declare) Combat

    by Mike Young

    http://www.intink.com

    Style of play: Larp

    A humorous look at dysfunctional GM groups and overly complicated larp mechanics.

    Tags: humor, yelling, larpcentric, meta


    A Great Machine

    by Jared Axelrod

    http://www.jaredaxelrod.com/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    A Great Machine is a game for zero players. Up to ten people can be involved in the game, but there are no players. The act of playing a game implies control over the outcome, but in A Great Machine, the outcome has already been decided. You do not play A Great Machine, you are part of A Great Machine.

    Tags: zero players, machine, order, pattern


    The After Party

    by Chris Glover

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Party Game

    The After Party is an informal game aimed at playing in a party. It aims at poking fun at the world of the movie/musician elites. It takes place just after one of the award shows and challenges players to be vague and descriptive at the same time.

    Tags: party game, celebrity, award show


    The Arcadians

    by Jonathan Walton and Jackson Tegu

    Styles of Play:Freeform larp, Chat/Online

    A surreal simulation of an arcade, from a single-cabinet pizza parlor to a dark utopia of blinking lights. Some players portray arcade patrons and others, playing from distant locations via video chat, portray arcade cabinets. Themes include nostalgia, growing up, the 1990s, friendships and relationships, and the ephemeral nature of life.

    Tags: arcades, feelings, video chat, flexible numbers


    Ars camelopandi

    by Ben Lehman

    Styles of Play:Freeform larp, Larp

    A set of techniques for portraying giraffe reproduction in LARP, for players who are not willing to actually have sex or actually be giraffes.

    Tags: giraffe, sex, larp, techniques


    Baltimore! Baltimore! Dinosaur!

    by Scott Slomiany

    Style of Play:Freeform larp

    In a world where intelligent dinosaurs rule over second-class humans, an elite group of dinosaurs and free humans meet to discuss the implications of possibly giving humans equal voting rights.

    Tags: GM-less, suffrage, short-armed


    Big Dicks

    by Countess Dillymore

    You are important men at an important meeting, who must make an important decision. You have a big penis. It is represented by a balloon.

    Tags: penis, penis, penis, market segmentation


    Bottlequest

    by Dominik Dracan Dembinski, Mikolaj Wicher

    www.liveform.pl

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play, Beer, porn

    A game to play instead of a small chat.

    Tags: play, while, drinking


    Brain Files

    by Kristin Firth

    http://www.jadedgirl.com

    Styles of Play:Freeform larp, Larp

    Play an android-like version of yourself, at an unknown time in the future. You will ask and answer questions, in order to retrieve memories from your Brain Files. As a group you will try to figure out why you were brought back.

    Tags: introspective, interactive, memories, questions


    Celestial Attraction

    by Rebecca Roycroft

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    This is a larp about interstellar romance, where the forces of the universe bring two people together, and pull them apart.

    Tags: freeform larp, fate-play, romance


    CONfused

    by Clark B. Timmins

    https://beautifullymutilated.wordpress.com/

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    In this game, Informal play at a convention allows somebody to steal the spotlight. Or at least try to steal the spotlight. Very little prep required.

    Tags: convention, larp, light-hearted


    Containment Breach

    by Thomas White, Rafael Quinteiro

    Styles of Play: Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play, Chat/Online

    Runaway AIs spread chaos among their guards to escape.

    Tags: Communication, public, multimedia, AI


    Dino Dig Daze!

    by Nicolas Hornyak

    http://www.nicolashornyak.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Tabletop

    The ghosts of dinosaurs squabble as a mix-up lands their remains in the Dino Dig of a children's museum. Experience a day in the life of these spirits as they routinely insult, mock, and taunt each other. Like Mean Girls, but with dinosaurs.

    Tags: dinosaurs, museum, ghosts, funny


    Do The Astral Conga

    by Jay Sylvano

    http://www.DESIGNERLINK.COM

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    A game about leaving your body, wandering around convention spaces blindfolded, exploring the realms invisible and forming conga lines.

    Tags: curious, preternatural, facetious, offbeat


    Downtime

    by Alex Carlson, Adam McConnaughey

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Downtime explores an often overlooked facet of the fantasy gaming genre. What do the other characters do when one member of the party is taking care of business? Downtime also encourages a low pressure environment for players to perform for each other.

    Tags: Casual, fantasy, humorous


    Driving While Black

    by Ross Cheung

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    An African-American male is pulled over at a traffic stop by a police officer. The players take the roles of different aspects of a person mentally reacting to an unfolding crisis.

    Tags: contemporary, intense, emotional, race


    Empty Orchestra

    by Jeff Stormer

    http://www.SoundCloud.com/partyofonepodcast

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    A game designed to be played during a night of karaoke, about group of young revolutionaries fight back against a totalitarian regime.

    Tags: Karaoke, Revolution, Social, Rock'n'Roll


    The End?

    by David Miessler-Kubanek

    Style of Play: Larp

    Pitch: "The Land Before Time meets House of Cards." Dinosaurs meeting at the Great Convention to discuss the most important topics of the era.

    Tags: dinosaur, political, convention


    Extinction Party

    by Jason Cox

    http://coxart.weebly.com/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A group of friends gets together for an “Extinction Party!” where guests are expected to arrive masked as dinosaurs. However, last year's punch was contaminated with the spores of symbiotic aliens that are now riding along in secret with their hosts. At the end of this year’s party the aliens will decide whether or not humanity may continue to exist.

    Tags: Masked, Dinosaurs, Party, Extinction


    The Farce of Face

    by Ben Morrow

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    Inspired by the Stanislaw Lem novel, Chain of Chance, academics at a party are confronted by an unsolvable puzzle that's presented by a detective, and must resist admitting a lack of knowledge in front of peers or suffer a loss of status.

    Tags: social status, academia, knowledge


    Free | Will

    by tobie abad

    https://www.facebook.com/TobieAbadGaming/
    http://tagsessions.blogspot.com/
    https://www.patreon.com/tagsessions

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Contact

    Parasites are all around us. But few try to control us the way these do. Is Free | Will truly free? Are our actions actually our own?

    Tags: control, surrender, contest


    Glass Ceiling

    by Jenn Martin and Todd Nicholas

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Tabletop

    Women in a corporate setting vent about the challenges they face. Then, they use ritual magic to overcome those challenges. Problems ensue. Lunch is had.

    Tags: lunch, witches, women, corporate


    The Grand Old Flock

    by Shawn Stokes

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    The Grand Old Flock is a politically themed, satirical freeform centered around the tumultuous political landscape of the past year in the United States.

    Tags: Satirical, Political, Comedic, Nonsensical


    The Great Discovery

    by Elizabeth Lui

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    An RPG exploring how two people handle a great discovery and the choices that come after.

    Tags: Freeform, RPG, Story, Choices


    Heart of the Dungeon

    by Kitty Stoholski

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    Monsters try to set up their nervous Dungeon Keeper with a Legendary Hero they have a crush on with the help of an incomplete legend.

    Tags: cute, flirting, monsters, performance


    In Memoriam

    by Shoshana Kessock

    http://www.DESIGNERLINK.COM

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    In Memoriam is a short larp about writing an obituary while being haunted by the spirit of the deceased. Players take the role of ghosts watching over two people tasked with writing a summary of the deceased's life. How will the dead be remembered?

    Tags: obituaries, memories, ghosts, writing


    It's All Good

    by Tim Hutchings

    http://www.plagmada.org


    timothyhutchings.com

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    A semi-autobiographical game exploring characters through different sorts of storytelling and shifting ambiance.

    Tags: narrative, light, autobiography


    Journey To Aurora

    by Jeremy Alva

    http://www.JeremyAlva.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Tabletop

    An act-based narrative LARP for 4 + 1 facilitator. Together, a group of travelers must journey through the shifting sands of an arid desert to reach the Aurora, a mystical event where every tenth season the veil between our world and the next thins. It is during this time alone that we may seek guidance from the Others. The journey to reach the Aurora is long and fraught with danger, and the Others are only able to commune with humans for a very brief window, so the travelers must move quickly lest they lose their chance for answers.

    Tags: relationships, strangers, journey


    La Brea

    by Marc Majcher

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/neq5sjxn1kum9w7/LaBrea.pdf?dl=0

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    A little game about dinosaurs at a dinner party.

    Tags: one-shot, dinosaurs, party


    Lemonade (a tribute)

    by Elliott Smith & Gavin White

    http://www.specialsnowflakegames.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play, expressive movement; possibly making drinkable lemonade

    Players portray covert time-travelers in a populated place gathering essential ingredients for a magical ritual that will transform their own lives and the universal timeline - including maybe some time-police who are trying to prevent the ritual's completion by anyone who isn't one of them. The ritual itself combines the sweet fluidity of movement with the sourness and bitterness of life's challenges to produce an uplifting, cool, and refreshing experience.

    Tags: uplifting, magical, somatic, timetravel


    Let's Be Dinosaurs!

    by Javier P. Beltrán

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Tabletop

    Gather round and become a group of Dinosaurs for a day!

    Tags: Dinosaur, RPG, Group, Freeform


    The Leviathan's Eye

    by Noah Jay-Bonn


    The Life and Death of Stars

    by Clinton Ladd

    https://beautifullymutilated.wordpress.com/

    Style of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    The Life and Death of Stars is both a tribute and an exploration of human mortality. Players portray one of rock legend David Bowie’s famous performance personas--each representing aspects of the artist’s psyche upon the moment of his passing. As fragments of a spirit floating in space, the personas grapple with fundamental questions of life, death, and legacy...as well as the confusion of their current situation.

    Tags: Bowie, mortality, personas, spirit


    Living Memories in the Forgetting Place

    by Michael Victorine

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Tabletop

    The characters are trapped in a place between worlds that is eating their memories. They take turns asking one another questions about who they were and how they came to be in this place, thereby developing several stories together in parallel. Play ends when all the stories reach a satisfying narrative conclusion.

    Tags: Collaborative, Narrative, Cozy


    Living Spaces / Dead Spaces

    by Hamish MacPherson & Michael Such

    http://hamishmacpherson.co.uk/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Movement

    A game about how we change spaces and spaces change us.

    Tags: movement, objects, space, community


    Masks

    by Jason Feldstein

    The game - https://www.dropbox.com/s/vxoy8jt8q7mbo23/Masks.pdf
    My blog - http://boundary-crosser.jewishmagic.net
    Previous work - https://rpggeek.com/rpgdesigner/14383/jason-feldstein

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A game about a therapeutic support group for fictional characters. Choose a topic and a universe, pick a character from that universe, and then comes the fun part: whining, and reacting to the complaints of others. Explore the neuroses and challenges of a favorite hero or villain, and/or use their experience as a safe space to discuss problems you both share. "Masks" is psychodrama crossed with melodrama. Play it for laughs, play it for insights, or (ideally) both at once.

    Tags: psychodrama, melodrama, fiction, therapy


    Night at the Galactic Grand Ball

    by Casey Johnson

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A game for four about love and parties in the space future.

    Tags: collaborative, freeform, narrative, larp


    Nowhere

    by Jonny Garcia

    http://jonnyggarcia.wordpress.com

    Style of Play: Larp

    Nowhere is about discovery yourself, however it can only be through someone else.

    Tags: reflection, darkness, connection


    OFF THIS ROCK!

    by Will Tait

    http://www.tinyurl.com/OFFTHISROCK

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    OFF THIS ROCK! is a frantically paced, physical game, with some light comedic science fiction role playing elements.

    Tags: frantic, physical, team-based


    ONE HUNDRED FEET TALL!

    by Joe Landolph

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A giant monster attack is both described and physically acted out by players. Stomp the city flat!

    Tags: WORDS, Stomping, Yelling, Improv, Collaboration


    On the Other Side

    by Kate Hill and Chris Dragga

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    You have found yourself in the woods that span the border between life and death. You have heard that this happens sometimes, every generation or so, to those who are seeking others. Here, they are given one hour to find the person for whom they are searching, no matter where they live, no matter whether one or both of them has passed. Now you are here, free to cross the border in your quest. Will you find what you desire?

    Tags: spirits, liminality , searching


    Orion

    by Xochi Vergas

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    Two people come together who are guided by their best and worst forces.

    Tags: relationship, stars, emotions


    Owroboros

    by Anonymous

    Style of Play: Larp

    "This game will either ruin parties and friendships or make them great again. "

    Tags: easy, insulting, no biting


    The Porch

    by Jacqueline Bryk

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Friends gather on a porch during the summer after their high school graduation. Each one has a burning question they can't ask everyone else.

    Tags: communication, friendship, slice-of-life


    Pride and Possession: The Bone Wars

    by Laura "Laura47" Boylan

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Ghosts of long dead paleontologists possess the bodies of modern day academics and hilarity ensues.

    Tags: ghosts, dinosaurs, humor, academia


    Remember This

    by Katt


    Post Apocalyptic Tea House

    by David Rothfeder

    Style of Play: Larp

    Post Apocalyptic Tea House is a silly game where you place violent sociopaths of the wastes gather together to enjoy an appropiately civilized high tea. The only point of this game is to have fun while pretending to badasses following absurd rules of etiquette.

    Tags: mayhem, murder, Edwardian etiquette


    Rise and Fall of The New Galaxies

    by Agata Świstak

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Blackbox

    Bittersweet story of an alien, who started a band on Earth in the 60s. Through repetition and non verbal elements, players will create ambiguous tale, while drugs-induced visions will transform their friendships and challenge their perception of reality.

    Tags: seventies, band, non-verbal, tuned to positive experience


    Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies: Dinosaur Edition

    by Nicole Winchester

    http://games.cultureaddicthistorynerd.com/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Players are giant lizards that must face their mortality as a giant meteor hits their planet. With only a short time to live, what will they do? Eat that dinosaur they’ve been checking out? Apologize for trying to take over as king of the dinosaurs? Mourn a life unlived? Try to build a spaceship? Better decide fast – life will soon be over for the Lizard Kings.

    Tags: funny, apocalypse, dinosaur, death

    Ruff Times

    by Guilherme DR

    http://www.facebook.com/paperdicegames

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    The galaxy is in trouble, can the Wise One lick our way out of it?

    Tags: dogs, fun, galaxy


    Seance

    by Ailea Merriam-Pigg

    http://pigg.net/prdwp/category/gaming-grokked/

    Tags: supernatural, murder, mystery, detective


    Secret Dinosaurs

    by Eva Schiffer

    http://www.1000d4.com/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    A silly freeform game for two to four players.

    Tags: comedy, freeform, dinosaurs, restaurant


    Soaring Fragments

    by Antonio Amato, Francesco Rugerfred Sedda, Francesco Zani

    http://bit.ly/SoaringFragments

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play, Experimental

    A game about the relationship between a Mentor, bearer of the Human Knowledge, and their Disciple, who will strive to grasp its meaning before becoming a Mentor themselves.

    Tags: Human Knowledge, Experimental, Endless


    The Sound of Silence

    by Maury Brown

    http://www.magischola.com
    http://www.learnlarp.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    This is a game about trying to be heard. Alternate play as the storyteller and a silencer, who uses various emotional abuse tactics codified as mechanics in the game. End with a debrief where active listening is practiced instead.

    Tags: emotional abuse, silencing, listening


    Star Level 10

    by Madeline Wedig and Nick Wedig

    http://nickwedig.libraryofhighmoon.com/

    Style of Play: Larp

    You have died. Which is sad, but you will soon be reincarnated. After you die, you travel into the nighttime sky to collect pieces of stars, to be your destiny for your new life. In the process, you remember what was good about your old life and make those pleasant memories into gifts for other ghosts that also died around the same time.

    Tags: ghosts, stars, reincarnation, memory


    The Sublime Flickering Light

    by Evan Torner

    https://guyintheblackhat.wordpress.com/games/

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    A surreal exploration of being in a cave, storytelling, and this inexplicable light.

    Tags: surreal, allegory, improvisation, contemplation


    Symbiosis

    by Sarah Lynne Bowman and Dani Higgins

    http://www.sarahlynnebowman.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Symbiosis explores the quest to learn healthier coping and communication skills in relationships. The characters are adolescents from an alien species on the planet Saturn who subsist on stardust. As a group, they learn to identify Parasitic communication patterns and develop Symbiotic traits.

    Tags: relationships, communication, dynamics, adolescence


    Talking Goat

    by Jessie Rainbow

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    Talking goat is a hidden goat game about playing to lose and living in a small town. It's mostly ridiculous with a few overtones of death by butcher (or magic).

    Tags: ridiculous, quick, hidden role


    They're Onto Me

    by Banana Chan

    http://gameandacurry.com/pbp/product-category/games1/larp/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    It's a single player game spanning 12 days. You're a conspiracy theorist trying to prove the existence of aliens. You will be recording yourself every day for the 12 days explaining how the invasion has manifested. You may choose to upload the footage vlog-style.

    Tags: vlog, aliens, camera


    This Place is Haunted

    by Jay Treat

    TreatGames.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A haunting freeform larp for 4+ campers.

    Tags: ghosts, possession, darkness, isolation


    This Procrustean Bed

    by Daniel H. Levine

    http://www.DESIGNERLINK.COM

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    This is a game about sex and intimacy for two players.

    Tags: sex, love, intimacy, ars amandi


    Too Many Mediums

    by Stephen Dewey

    http://cavalrygames.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    What happens when your seance is overloaded with Mediums? Well, it can get pretty loud, and the ghosts of the beyond usually tend to sound a lot like rowdy game convention attendees. Too Many Mediums is a comedic freeform game meant to be played in a noisy convention hall for four players and, of course, plenty of unwitting audience participation.

    Tags: comedy, freeform, convention, seance


    Uplift

    by Ben Walker

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    Aliens attempt to teach simians.

    Tags: Uplift, aliens, love


    Velociraptor's Grave

    by Ed Turner

    EddlyT.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    You are about to be possessed by the ghost of a veliciraptor. It's cool. Play it cool. Everything is normal.

    Tags: velociraptor, ghost, possession, silly


    Waiting Room

    by Tayler Stokes

    gamestogather.org

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Performance art

    Waiting Room is an atmospheric freeform scenario that makes use of poetry, found objects, modular prompts, and other optional techniques to create a vivid and highly subjective play experience.

    Tags: non-verbal, high-contact, hypnagogic, paidia


    Warning! Death or Serious Injury Can Occur
    A Game Poem about Parenting Advice

    by Kat Jones


    Was It The Soup

    by J. Michael Arons

    http://www.kettleoffishproductions.com/

    Style of Play: Larp

    A Deductive Guessing Game of Gastronomic Death

    Tags: dining, mystery, parasites


    We Are Roommates Now

    by Wendy Gorman

    https://www.patreon.com/glassfreegames

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    Figuring out how to live with other humans is hard- figuring out how to live with aliens is a whole 'nother game!

    Tags: aliens, roommates, humor


    What We Are in the Dark

    by Laura Wood

    Style of Play: Larp

    Miners trapped in the darkness, awaiting rescue after a mine collapse. Things that change us. To be played in darkness, using a torch.

    Tags: darkness, rescue, relationships


    Wigilia

    by Jeff Dieterle

    Style of Play: Freeform larp

    A game about family, grief, ritual, and a haunted plant framed around a Polish Christmas Eve ritual.

    Tags: holidays, Polish, family

    Posted 9 October 2016.