News Hole is a Jeep-tinged parlor larp about family, love, and the death of print journalism. Cap and Trade is a classroom-y game designed as an entree to learning about cap and trade legislation in the United States.
We Are Here To See The Evil Wizard Kormákur is an experimental game about a group of people who have converged on the remote tower home of the evil wizard Kormákur, each with a grievance and none of whom is
The Trial of Poland is a game that focuses on the rise of the Solidarity movement in Poland n 1980, from the point of view of the established powers confronted by a legitimate and ultimately existential threat. Each of the
BULLY PULPIT GAMES ANNOUNCES DURANCE Two-time Diana Jones Award winner adds new game to Bully Pulpit Games’ lineup Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Bully Pulpit Games LLC, publisher of Fiasco and other award-winning games, announced the upcoming release of Durance, Jason
The Curse of Antelope Woman is a set of characters and situations for Brennan Taylor’s game How We Came To Live Here, which is a favorite of mine. I wrote this as a convention one-shot, but use it however you
Here’s a tiny roleplaying poem about police interrogation, The Hot Lamp. If you try this definitely let me know how it goes!
Death School is a Lady Blackbird hack that throws you head-first through the plate glass window of 1980’s action cinema. It is big, loud, and stupid and you will never be the same.
Mix rum and revolution in equal parts. Add a splash of espionage and shake well and you’ve got Havana 1953, the Playset of the Month for February! Cuba, 1953. Havana has been called “the sexiest city in the world” and
It’s First Free Game February Friday, and that means Frost Devils! Nome, Alaska, 1901. There’s a gold rush on at the very end of the Earth, attracting every manner of ne’er-do-well and fiend from deranged Kuskokwagmiut to Wyatt Earp. And
It is now February, when the grim clutches of winter deaden our normally cheerful hearts. Haggard and shot though with the icy chill of bootless melancholy, we realized we had to do something to bring cheer back into our lives,