Out of Dodge is a four-person, “American Freeform” live-action game about desperate criminals on a car ride to nowhere. Perfect for your next road trip!
The game requires four players, a small space arranged like a car, and should take around 1-2 hours to play. It can be played by responsible people in an actual moving car. There is no Game Master, but you’ll need one player to prepare the materials.
This game includes mature language in the rules and generally deals with themes of betrayal and extreme violence.
Oh my goodness did that ever go wrong. Shots were fired, mostly into Toad there, and the four of you got away with a bag containing less loot than you’d planned. A lot less. Now you are on the road, running for your lives and counting your blessings. You have your health (Toad does not have that), you have your friends (not friends), and you each have a still-warm piece tucked into your pants. You have eleven treasures to split four ways and that is not going to be pretty. Things are not looking up.
This game includes a 6-page PDF organized for single-sided printing. One sheet explains how to play. Four sheets represent the individual character sheets which will be cut in half and attached to letter-sized envelopes for each player. The final sheet is the list of Bag Notes for use during the climactic reveal (when the loot bag is examined).
by Jason Morningstar
7 page PDF
Published September 2014