Continuing my effort to make a game about a weird D&D monster for every month of 2018, The Mind of God is a silly game I made about playing hollyphants, winged elephant messengers from god, dealing with an increasingly forgetful and confused god’s commands.
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The Unbroken Circle is a game I wrote about githzerai journeying across the endless planes seeking a new home for their people.
This is a card based Pokemon RPG I made for my daughter’s birthday several years ago. At the time, I never got around to writing the actual rules down. Recently my kids remembered this game’s existence and became really excited by it, which was enough to convince me to rite up some extremely sketchy rules explanation. You can probably figure out how to play from what is given.
Mystery Town is a simple little freeform game I made for my daughter’s 9th birthday, inspired by Gravity Falls, Thimbleweed Park, Maniac Mansion and other funny, weird, mysterious fiction that she and I enjoy together.
For my wife’s birthday this year, I created a silent film larp, where the players are part of a failing movie company during the silent film era. And in the process of playing, you actually create your own silent movie, the “original” lost version of a more recent, more popular movie we’re all familiar with. You can see our “premake” of The Little Mermaid here.
You’ll need these cards to play.