2018 Submissions

Here's a list of the games submitted in 2018. Information about the games are available below for those shared by the designers.

  • 4 - 3 by Oscar Biffi & Alessandro Giovannucci
  • Alien Diplomacy by Krin Irvine and Venn Sage Wylde
  • Amuse Bouche by Betty Bong
  • At Infinity by Anne Ratchat
  • At the End of the River by Kamil Bartczak
  • Benefits & Bureaucrats by Michael Such
  • The Brett Kavanaugh's Calendar Game by Aukey Wikoff
  • The Circle of Heaven by Mark Stone
  • The Clinic by Caroline Hobbs
  • Cram by Elizabeth Stong
  • Dim Sum? More Like Git Sum! by Ross Cheung
  • Dinner for Amateur Mind Readers by Chad Wolf
  • Dream a Little Dream by Joe Beason
  • Dungeons & Drudges by Robbie Boerth
  • Egg-Eating Rabbits by Tim Hutchings
  • Elf Day by Jason Morningstar
  • The Face in the Mirror Is Not Your Own by Garett Kopczynski
  • The Forest of Tamtonas by Alex & Adam McConnaughey
  • Fork Creek Almanac by Alex Dodge and Matt Jent
  • Friends and Memories by José P. Zagal
  • Gimme Shelter by Rebecca Wigandt, Jeff Dieterle
  • A Girl Like You by Dilly Moore
  • Got Your Number...? by Chance J. Kallisti
  • Grief, Illinois by Ron T Blechner
  • Groundhog's Dream by Andrew Sirkin
  • The Harvest Festival by Marshall Bradshaw
  • Hello, I Must Be Going by Adrian Stein
  • Heroic Measures by Daniel Eison and Sam Zeitlin
  • How We Played by Team Game Studies and Engineering
  • It Was a Beautiful Mistake by David Rothfeder
  • Jump by Abigail Robin
  • L'dor Vador by Shayna Cook
  • Leave or Stay by Francesco Zani, Beatrice Sgaravatto, Francesco Rugerfred Sedda
  • Libermon: The friendly monster dating simulator by Orion Canning
  • The Life, Death, and Apotheosis of Bastard Jim by Aleks Samoylov
  • Life Lessons by Mo Holkar
  • Little Town by Shawn Roske and Alex Roberts
  • Love in the Age of Sore-cery by Warren Morrison and Ben Walker
  • Lowell (A Game of Resistance) by Michael Malecki
  • Mech Force Nostalgia by James Mendez Hodes
  • Monster Tavern by Eli Eaton
  • My Human of Walking by Peter S. Svensson
  • NecBroMancer by Alex Rowland
  • Oh Thank Goodness You're Finally Here by Ben Morrow
  • One Small Step by Adam Flynn
  • Open Mic by Sam Liberty & Brandon Sichling
  • OTHER PEOPLE by Raph D'Amico
  • Partners in Crime by Jay Treat
  • Pillowcases by Brie Beau Sheldon
  • Play to Kill by Clark Timmins
  • Polka Pillow Production by Martin Tegelj
  • The Promise of Sleep by Jason Cox
  • The Rat King Cometh by Atlas Sellman
  • The Rite of Spring by Tayler Stokes
  • The Scarred Land by Chris Dragga and Kate Hill
  • Send N00ds by Jacqueline Bryk
  • Soldier, Spy, Psilocybin by Julian Hyde
  • Spin the Bottle: Wedding Edition! by Susanne Vejdemo
  • Stellar Drift by Randy Lubin
  • Suicidal Ideation by Jonny Garcia
  • Super Shredder's Neighborhood by Evan Torner
  • Tacklebox by J. Walton
  • This Is How It Is Done by Sharang Biswas
  • The Three Faces of Eve by Maury Elizabeth Brown
  • Through a Great Void by Michael Meinberg
  • Torch by Andy Morales C.
  • Toxic Santa by Pawel Jasinski
  • Truth or Beauty? a game of futuristic psychological horror and makeover tips by Lucian Kahn
  • Trying by Avital Lubin
  • Two hours to Midnight by Tore Vange
  • The We-ness by Albert Kong, Anne Selke, Nathan Vanderpool, Joe Edelman
  • Where Do We Go From Here? by Ashleigh Patterson
  • Who Do You Think You Are? by Kat Jones
  • The Widows' Market by Laurel Halbany

  • 4 - 3

    by Oscar Biffi & Alessandro Giovannucci

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1g9WgKein7Q7OAlOz6ZAZkHBSwX3DGRpp

    Styles of Play: Larp

    The city stops, gathered around the stadium. The derby splits it in two. In the locker room, eleven players prepare for something more than just another game. On the other side of the wall, their long-time rivals. A ritual, a sacred space for the length of the match, only extinguished by the referee's final blow on the whistle. And between that, some sublime moments and many ridiculous episodes. In a word, soccer.

    Tags: Soccer, challenge, team vs individual


    Alien Diplomacy

    by Krin Irvine and Venn Sage Wylde


    Amuse Bouche

    by Betty Bong

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A larp about good taste...in literature.

    Tags: Haute Cuisine, Intellectuals in a White Tower


    At Infinity

    by Anne Ratchat

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A game about living a parallel life with another - interacting with the same people, even often having mutual friends, yet impacting each other’s lives only ever indirectly.

    Tags: Relationships, Drawing, Geometr


    At the End of the River

    by Kamil Bartczak

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_LF4ZPtFqhIleKAJQz9QOFAV0avK64E8GJP-gYutat0/edit?usp=sharing

    Styles of Play: Larp

    Nanolarp about grief. Siblings are looking through the things that were belonging to their late mother, weaving their share memory of her.

    Tags: grief, nanolarp, memory


    Benefits & Bureaucrats

    by Michael Such

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

    A tragic fantasy farce on the theme of benefits and bureaucrats.

    Tags: Competitive, convention, clerical


    The Brett Kavanaugh's Calendar Game

    by Aukey Wikoff

    https://www.amazon.com/Aukey-Wikoff/e/B00JJ37P20/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Tabletop, Drinking Game?

    You play as one of Brett Kavanaugh's high school friends who is comparing their own calendar of events against Brett's. This is all in order to corroborate Brett Kavanaugh's stories so that he can get that forever job he has always dreamed of. It is up to you to clear his name, redefine sexual terms, and most of all...lie your privilege off.

    Tags: brett kavanaugh, calendar, devil's triangle


    The Circle of Heaven

    by Mark Stone

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Circle of Heaven teaches restorative justice techniques by inviting players to take on the roles of gods attempting to resolve pervasive injustices and violations in their community.

    Tags: mask, teaching, justice, community


    The Clinic

    by Caroline Hobbs

    http://www.lessthanthreegames.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    The Clinic is a game about abortion. Players interact as patients and clinic staff at an abortion clinic.

    Tags: abortion, pregnancy, healthcare


    Cram

    by Elizabeth Stong

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

    You are all college students the night before an exam. You've been cramming for hours and need a break and some food. During the break, at least one player is desperate and going over their study guide on a subject, quizzing other people. The others are just trying to do whatever it is college students do when they are sleep deprived at a diner.

    Tags: Breakfast, studying, college


    Dim Sum? More Like Git Sum!

    by Ross Cheung

    Styles of Play: Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    Dim Sum originally began as a Cantonese weekend brunch where people eat a number of small dishes, and has since morphed into a cultural phenomenon where friends and families gather together. In this larp you play a group of family and friends who get together and navigate the complex social rules of Dim Sum and engage in games of status and face-saving, all over steaming hot tea and dumplings.

    Tags: Dim Sum, Food, Pervasive, Passive-Aggressive Insults


    Dinner for Amateur Mind Readers

    by Chad Wolf


    Dream a Little Dream

    by Joe Beason


    Dungeons & Drudges

    by Robbie Boerth

    http://ludoverse.blogspot.com/

    https://plus.google.com/u/0/+RobbieBoerth

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    "Dungeons and Drudges" is a darkly humorous look at the tireless and largely unseen laborers who keep the master's dungeon in working order. The game is about the absurd demands placed upon the dungeon drudges, the surreal work environments they face, and their heroic struggles to earn respect.

    Tags: oppression, resistance, labor, respect


    Egg-Eating Rabbits

    by Tim Hutchings

    https://timhutchings.itch.io

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    A game of wheedling, surprises, and dexterity. 5-10 minute rounds for any number of players. Be egg-eating rabbits trying to convince a bird to let you eat its egg.

    play, animals, physical


    Elf Day

    by Jason Morningstar


    The Face in the Mirror Is Not Your Own

    by Garett Kopczynski


    The Forest of Tamtonas

    by Alex & Adam McConnaughey

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    The Forest of Tamtonas is filled with small magics and mysteries. Play a Sage, an avatar of primeval force; or a Seeker, sent out to uncover and explore hidden wonders.

    Tags: fairytale, scavenger hunt, all ages


    Fork Creek Almanac

    by Alex Dodge and Matt Jent


    Friends and Memories

    by José P. Zagal

    https://eng.utah.edu/~zagal/
    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=a4a3GTMAAAAJ&hl=en

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    In this short-form larp you play a group of elderly lifelong friends that have known each other for as far as you can all remember. As players, you will collaboratively establish who your characters are and come up with some of the life experiences you have shared together over the last 60-70 years. You will play a series of scenes during which you all reminisce on some shared event from your past. Happy memories, for the most part. Towards the end, you will each forget each other until — as the larp closes — you all sit in the company of strangers. Content, but surrounded by strangers nonetheless.

    Tags: ageing, alzheimer's, reminiscing, friendship


    Gimme Shelter

    by Rebecca Wigandt, Jeff Dieterle

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Nobody in this survival bunker knows for sure whether a disaster has actually occurred, but the prepper in your midst seems to have a contingency plan for everything. All we can do is hope they know what they’re talking about, the food holds out, and there's a world to go back to...

    Tags: Bunker, survival, apocalyptic


    A Girl Like You

    by Dilly Moore

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A wink across the room. A cigarette, placed in someone else's mouth. "Why are you wearing that, love?" "Get you a drink, my darling?" Dancing with hips pressed together. A challenge to a fight. Fingers intertwined. "You need to leave, now."

    In A Girl Like You, you come together with your friends and recreate a lesbian club in 1950s England.

    Tags: lesbian, queer, historical


    Got Your Number...?

    by Chance J. Kallisti

    http://alchemicalgaming.com/games/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    n this game, players create a society of numbers and form friendships, rivalries, and romantic relationships. Each player makes a mask to represent their number, and determines personality traits based on that number's symbolism. Numerical society also has fictionalized prejudices: Even numbers are well-liked and respected; Odds are eccentric and erratic; Irrationals are unpredictable and can't control their emotions; Negatives are dangerous criminals. Imaginary numbers are in play, but other numbers think they don't exist.

    Tags: numbers, society, polyamory, stereotypes


    Grief, Illinois

    by Ron T Blechner

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    GRIEF, ILLINOIS is a serious-tone game about a town where everyone knows each other, tragedies strike, and players collectively deal with the Anger, Guilt, and Compassion that comes with them. Players will create basic characters, form relationships between characters, deal with the Anger and Guilt that come from tragic events, get older, and do it all again.

    Tags: freeform, grief, tragedy, compassion


    Groundhog's Dream

    by Andrew Sirkin

    https://dexposure.com/home.html

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    You're all dreaming variations on the same dream. But it keeps changing location, and it keeps changing perspective. You can change how it ends. But you won't escape until everyone gets everything right.

    Tags: dreaming, metagaming, perspective, cooperative


    The Harvest Festival

    by Marshall Bradshaw

    https://twitter.com/DMarshallB

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp, Craft

    A village of craftspeople are preparing for the annual Harvest Festival, a night of feasting and merrymaking (but also one of gratitude, apology, and forgiveness). Everyone is trying to make their best work to give away to their friends and loved ones on that day, while getting advice from their peers to make sure their gifts are accepted! Players alternate phases of origami-making and self-guided improvised scenes leading up to a cathartic climax.

    Tags: pastoral, craft, origami, heartwarming


    Hello, I Must Be Going

    by Adrian Stein


    Heroic Measures

    by Daniel Eison and Sam Zeitlin

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    Krondar the Mighty is dying, and this time it looks like it's going to stick. "Heroic Measures" is a freeform scenario about medical decision-making at the end of life for fantasy heroes, based on the actual principles and practice of palliative care. An adventuring party must come together to share memories and help choose the magical care that will best help their companion die with dignity. This scenario lets participants explore the very real challenges of judgment and consensus around the care of someone unable to voice their own choices, couched in the familiar tropes of fantasy adventure, and maybe think more about their own wishes, worries, and plans for their loved ones and themselves.

    Tags: medical, fantasy, serious, end-of-life, decision-making


    How We Played

    by Team Game Studies and Engineering

    Styles of Play:Freeform larp, Tabletop, Letter Writing, Rule Creation

    How We Played is a game about three things we hold dearly: The times we spent playing games, the people we enjoyed them with, and the shared bond of memories we created together.

    Tags: Meta-Game, Emotional, Game Design, Coping


    It Was a Beautiful Mistake

    by David Rothfeder

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A larp for four to twenty players about a burnt out teacher trying to reconcile their career.

    Tags: Teacher, Regret, Introspection, Time


    Jump

    by Abigail Robin

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Jump is a LARP about a group of individuals contemplating suicide. It is intended to bring players deeply into the mental and emotional world of people driven to the brink of death by despair, and to explore if and how it is possible to save ourselves and others.

    Tags: suicide, flashback, trauma, hope


    L'dor Vador

    by Shayna Cook


    Leave or Stay

    by Francesco Zani, Beatrice Sgaravatto, Francesco Rugerfred Sedda

    http://tinyletter.com/BRUTALE
    http://www.minimedifferenze.com
    http://www.rugerfred.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    Leave or Stay is a quiet reflection on melancholy, change, nostalgia and the sense of estrangement linked to one's hometown. Players take the role of people from the same town or city: some of these people left a while ago but are now back, some of them never left. During the game you will have a series of conversations with the other players dealing with how each of you perceives the town and your role in it now that it's changed.

    Tags: town, nostalgia, home, memories


    Libermon: The friendly monster dating simulator

    by Orion Canning

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTOPTuq84czkP0i4-TIvwnY_chHtlRR_b

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    After the invention of universal Portamon translators, humans recognized the sentience of these species. Portaballs and Portamon enslavement is outlawed, and now their name has been changed to Libermon. For those who still want to be Libermon trainers, the only way to convince them to join your team is to build trust based on mutual respect, informed consent, and shared interests. If you want to catch em all, you’re going to have to go on a lot of dates.

    Tags: Pokemon, romance, silly


    The Life, Death, and Apotheosis of Bastard Jim

    by Aleks Samoylov

    https://thealeks.itch.io
    https://thealeks.itch.io

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Players take on the roles of actors in a small, struggling theatrical troupe. One relatively ordinary day, they learn that a Very Important Patron will be in attendance at the venue where they are currently performing, and that this VIP has specifically requested at least one performance of "The Life, Death, and Apotheosis of Bastard Jim," part of an ancient theatrical tradition of partially improvised stories featuring everyone's favorite lonely traveler. It is now up to them, with their livelihoods and reputations on the line, to rally on short notice and put together a work of staggering beauty and genius.

    Tags: performance, theater, cooperation


    Life Lessons

    by Mo Holkar

    https://www.holkar.net/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Drawing a live human model can sometimes reveal more about you than it does about the subject. In Life Lessons, you will play a student at a weekly life-drawing class, across a series of six lessons. The process of drawing will open up your characters "to themselves, and to each other" and they will share and bond. [Important note: you don't have to be able to draw, or even to be interested in drawing, to take part. Drawing is just a mechanism for approaching the exploration of your character: what you draw during the larp will not be seen by anyone other than yourself, unless you wish it to.]

    Tags: Drawing, community, self-exploration


    Little Town

    by Shawn Roske and Alex Roberts


    Love in the Age of Sore-cery

    by Warren Morrison and Ben Walker

    http://www.DamoclesGames.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A look at consequences of magical fairytale romance. An STI support group in a magical kingdom.

    Tags: adult, storytelling, lighthearted


    Lowell (A Game of Resistance)

    written by Michael Malecki
    Special Thanks to Ericka Skirpan for advice

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/bsgrisingstar/
    https://www.facebook.com/Eleventh-Hour-Productions-1485550028392331/

    Styles of Play: Larp, Educational

    Lowell is a LARP designed to be used by both game runners and in the educational setting to teach the struggles of the Lowell Mill girls of the 1830s. In this game, your group will take the position of a worker an hour from the time that management will be docking your pay. What grievances will you bring to management? What slogans or information will you produce to have the world come to your side before management makes their announcement?

    Possible conflicts: Workplace Harassment, Dangerous Workplace Conditions, Suicide

    Tags: Resistance, Labor, Strike, Communalism


    Mech Force Nostalgia

    by James Mendez Hodes

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

    Mech Force Nostalgia is a live-action role-playing game about giant robots and their pilots exploring a world they failed to save, full of sorrow and memories. It supports two to twenty players of age seven or older and takes about two hours to play.

    Tags: robots, partnership, memory, exploration


    Monster Tavern

    by Eli Eaton


    My Human of Walking

    by Peter S. Svensson

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A brave group of adventurers have begun an epic quest to defeat the Dread Sorcerer, as related though fireside talks about their adventures. Yet one of them is secretly an intelligent magical weapon puppeteering an unwilling human host. At the end, this information is revealed, leading to conflict.

    Tags: Fantasy, Morality, Collaborative


    NecBroMancer

    by Alex Rowland

    https://twitter.com/SpookySlag

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    Bros rise from the grave to celebrate Thanksgiving and not feel feelings

    Tags: Masculinity, Dark Comedy, Hyperbole, Party


    Oh Thank Goodness You're Finally Here

    by Ben Morrow

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    A modular larp that can begin play with two players, and include others as soon as they arrive, Oh Thank Goodness You're Finally Here is an absurdist take on corporate culture, meetings, clueless executives, "managing up" and bullet points.

    Tags: Modular, Improvisation, Zero-Prep, Spontaneous


    One Small Step

    by Adam Flynn

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    We went to the moon once. We don't go there anymore. This game explores what happened, what it felt like, and why we did it in the first place.

    Tags: Space, Exploration, History, Memory


    Open Mic

    by Sam Liberty & Brandon Sichling

    http://spoiledflushgames.com
    https://www.patreon.com/blsichling?fbclid=IwAR1ZMgA9Ux6k4pG0Na0LIbNRgdh1L1gJtoX7jczpk4RvQ73YwghNabdIiIc

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

    Open Mic is a game about addiction and sobriety, played at a real open mic or karaoke event being run in the real world. The game uses play to appropriate a real world space, transforming it into a sober open mic where players explore their characters relationship with alcohol.

    Tags: performance, sobriety, addiction, public


    OTHER PEOPLE

    by Raph D'Amico

    http://www.laughingkaiju.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    The aliens have won. Humanity will be eaten; the planet, obliterated. But the aliens love keepsakes! They've chosen your small community to simulate for all eternity as the last reminder of humanity— if, that is, you can set aside your differences... E

    Tags: class, suburbia, simulated "utopias", play to lose


    Partners in Crime

    by Jay Treat

    http://www.TreatGames.com

    Styles of Play: Larp, Pervasive Game/Public Play

    Search for like-minded criminals in this party LARP, but be careful what you say to whom, because everyone's a snitch for the crimes they don't commit.

    Tags: criminal, party, talking


    Pillowcases

    by Brie Beau Sheldon

    http://www.briecs.com
    http://www.briecs.itch.io

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Pillowcases is a freeform live action roleplaying game set in the late 2000s in the rural United States. Characters are guests at a Halloween party masquerade. By matching candy wrappers, they will determine whether they have a romantic encounter or a change of plans. Through the night, ghosts will haunt them, for good or ill.

    Tags: intimate, emotional, spooky, group


    Play to Kill

    by Clark Timmins


    Polka Pillow Production

    by Martin Tegelj

    https://wizvisibleink.wordpress.com/

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Improv game

    Polka Pillow Production aims to immerse players, if only for a moment, into a small country village, where everyone knows everyone, early to bed and early to rise is the practice and a hard days work is it's own reward. Prepare to produce pillows and practice your polkas!

    Tags: Polka, Pillows, Workers cooperative


    The Promise of Sleep

    by Jason Cox

    https://coxart.weebly.com/artwork.html

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Five proud pillow-fighting warrior clans,
    Don iconic masks and trumpet their brands,
    They meet and discuss how best to forestall,
    The Promise of Sleep that awaits them all.

    Tags: Pillow Fighting Warriors


    The Rat King Cometh

    by Atlas Sellman

    http://www.koboldtime.itch.io

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    A revamp of a classic icebreaker game; take on the role of rats preparing for the return of their king.

    Tags: simple, rats, icebreaker


    The Rite of Spring

    by Tayler Stokes

    http://www.theactapart.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    To ensure a bountiful spring you must appease the ancestors through ritual dance and sacrifice. A highly active, noisy but non-verbal, live-action adaptation of Stravinsky's "Le Sacre du printemps".

    Tags: Dance, noise, primal


    The Scarred Land

    by Chris Dragga and Kate Hill

    A long time ago--perhaps 100 years ago, perhaps 200--a heinous crime was committed. The passage of time has since erased it from human memory, but the lingering psychic trauma has indelibly scarred the landscape. You always had a strange affinity for this place, but in the past several months, the landscape has begun to haunt your nightmares. You have come to realize that the land is crying out for healing to all of you, the remaining relatives of the victims and the perpetrators. Over the past several weeks, you have found each other and have gathered here to set this right. To this end, you will set out upon the landscape's trails, in search of the scars that most reflect the wounds caused by this crime, mark them on your map, and ritually purify this land. Only then do you have a chance at peace.

    Tags: hiking, folk horror, nature, map reading, learn a skill


    Send N00ds

    by Jacqueline Bryk

    https://www.drivethrurpg.com/m/browser/publisher/id/13033

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A cyberpunk honobono game about rush hour at a noodle joint. Can be played with or without food.

    Tags: Social, cyberpunk, dramedy


    Soldier, Spy, Psilocybin

    by Julian Hyde

    http://thejhyde.zone

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    Ten years ago, the Empire of Dust conquered Vicen, a city of strange and sinister arts. The occupation has not gone smoothly and an active resistance movement still has a powerful presence in the city. Moments ago, soldiers entered the home of a Spy working for the resistance. A spy who one Soldier is only now realizing they know very well.

    Tags: silence, eye contact, fungus


    Spin the Bottle: Wedding Edition!

    by Susanne Vejdemo

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    High Schoolers play Spin the Bottle. For each spin, we play the ensuing kiss - and then the possible future marriage proposal scene for the potential couple.

    Tags: drama, romance, desire, hope


    Stellar Drift

    by Randy Lubin

    https://diegeticgames.com/M

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Tabletop

    Explore how cultures morph during an interstellar voyage to save humanity.

    Tags: space, culture


    Suicidal Ideation

    by Jonny Garcia

    https://jonnyggarcia.wordpress.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    A Suicidal person is trying to end their lives, but they must traverse through a series of Obstacles that will try to stop them.

    Tags: Suicide, Intense, Touch


    Super Shredder's Neighborhood

    by Evan Torner

    http://guyintheblackhat.wordpress.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    A dark comedy about a propietary cartoon villain from the 1990s and his one-sided relationship with his neighbors.

    Tags: Suburbs, Community, Villains, Intimidation


    Tacklebox

    by J. Walton

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp

    Two people fishing. Definitely nothing else going on

    Tags: surreal, cyberpunk, internal


    This Is How It Is Done

    by Sharang Biswas

    https://sharangbiswas.myportfolio.com/
    https://twitter.com/SharangBiswas

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    Eldest has died. Together, the Family must prepare a traditional, 5-day funeral. Having moved abroad as a child, Youngest must travel to the funeral and deliver a eulogy to their Relatives, while grappling with traditions and customs that feel alien, but that are expected of them.

    A LARP about cultural confusion, misunderstandings, and family.

    Tags: culture, identity, family


    The Three Faces of Eve

    by Maury Elizabeth Brown

    https://immerton.com
    https://magischola.com
    https://beatgenlarp.com
    https://insideavernus.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    The Three Faces of Eve explores the categorization of women as maiden, mother, and crone, based on their reproductive capacity and beauty. It juxtaposes those idealized categories with the real bodily symptoms of puberty, pregnancy, and menopause, and encourages intergenerational conversations among women through a series of everyday scenarios.

    Tags: feminism archetypes, women, freeform, intergenerational


    Through a Great Void

    by Michael Meinberg

    https://goatsongrpg.wordpress.com

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    The trials and travails of the crew of a colony ship over the course of several generations.

    Tags: Space, multigenerational, tarot, scenes


    Torch

    by Andy Morales C.


    Toxic Santa

    by Pawel Jasinski


    Truth or Beauty? a game of futuristic psychological horror and makeover tips

    by Lucian Kahn

    https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/234653/Dead-Friend-A-Game-of-Necromancy
    https://200wordrpg.github.io/2018/rpg/finalist/2018/05/23/SameBatTimeSameBatMitzvah.html

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Larp

    It is the year 3000 and you are inmates in a prison colony who are about to spend 90 minutes together in the beautification pod before shipment to your final destination. You will ask and answer questions. You will give and receive makeovers. Your choices are limited.

    Tags: dystopian, futuristic, makeup


    Trying

    by Avital Lubin


    Two hours to Midnight

    by Tore Vange

    Styles of Play: Freeform larp, Parlour larp

    The game follows a group of people at a safe house in the last two hours of the annual night of lawlessness. They just have to survive each other.

    Tags: Survival, drama, intrigue


    The We-ness

    by Albert Kong, Anne Selke, Nathan Vanderpool, Joe Edelman

    http://www.kong.cat
    www.ko-fi.com/albertkong

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

    The We-ness is a game about collective consciousness. Through a series of language rules, a group of players shifts away their individual identities and into the role of a hive mind navigating the world together.

    Tags: Hive mind, language, pervasive, non-illusory


    What Happened in Warsaw?

    by Jan "Crowen" Rosa

    Styles of Play: Tabletop

    In summer 1944, Poles started the Warsaw Uprising to fight back the Germans in occupied Warsaw, hoping, that incoming Red Army would help them. Instead, beasts crossed Vistual river and wiped out majority of people living in Warsaw, Poles, Jews, Germans, British, Russian, whoever they could find. Players are part of a small surviving military group tasked to find out what happened in Warsaw.

    Tags: WWII, Warsaw, Mystery


    Where Do We Go From Here?

    by Ashleigh Patterson


    Who Do You Think You Are?

    by Kat Jones


    The Widows' Market

    by Laurel Halbany

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

    After a battle, women gather to trade and share news, though they are enemies who speak almost nothing of one another's language.

    Tags: language, cooperative, freedom

    Posted 2 November 2018