My microgame LOVEINT has been expanded and revised to be included in The Imposters anthology, currently on Kickstarer. If you like any of my games, or any weird little games about conspiracies and paranoia, then you should consider backing it.
Tag Archive for playing the villain
I decided that I should keep track of places where my games have been discussed or played online. So here are some places where I have seen my game, The Devil, John Moulton, played or talked about in some way:
Following their playthrough, Liberation Industries had some thoughts on the game.
LOVEINT (noun) 1. The slang term used by the NSA surveillance analysts to refer to the misuse and abuse of intelligence capabilities to observe the activities of romantic rivals, potential or former lovers. 2. The 200 word RPG I wrote about the same.
I revised Mesopotamians slightly, so that it is now a complete rpg on 16 cards (printed double sided) or 32 cards (single sided).
Cast member character sheets
Inhabitant of Carcosa character sheets
Whisper Labyrinth cards
The King in Yellow
Fates for the King in Yellow to distribute
papers full of weird writing for the author
Mesopotamians is a game I wrote, inspired by the sone The Mesopotamians by They Might Be Giants. It’s part of a charity project by Jonathan Walton to make a bunch of one or two page games inspired by songs and sell those to raise money for charity.
It’s a fun game that was fun to make. Scribus is a pain in the ass, though.